Multi Use Stationery Wood Box
This organizer with the warmth of wood is assembled using Japanese oak. It can hold stationery such as scissors and glue, and is also handy for organizing your remote controls. This is made using the traditional Japanese construction method of "ararekumi" (finger joints) which uses no nails or screws at the joints and is wonderfully strong. Designed with cork on the bottom of the inside to stop the items you put in getting scratched.
Dimesions: Width 22 x Depth 11 x Height 10.8cm*
Inner dimensions: Width 19.5 x Depth 8.7 x Height 10cm
Tree species: Domestic oak
Finish: vegetable oil
As well as placing this horizontally, you can also place it vertically and use as a collection box etc.
Made in Japan
Brand Name: Oak Village
Oak Village furniture and wood products are made of natural solid wood, so there are individual differences in grain and color. Regarding the size, due to the nature of natural solid wood, there may be changes due to expansion and contraction depending on the indoor environment such as humidity and drying. Also, please understand that color shades and tree nodes may be seen depending on the tree. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for the above reasons, so please understand in advance.
About OAK VILLAGE
Established in 1974, OAK VILLAGE is a woodcrafts company with an aim to build a sustainable society in which humans and the surrounding environment not only co-exist, but also evolve symbiotically. Our studio is in the woods of Takayama, Japan, where the woodcraft heritage has existed for over 1,300 years.
By applying traditional Japanese woodcraft techniques, we strive to create products that last as long as possible. We minimize the usage of non-recyclable and non-biodegradable materials in our products so that when they are no longer usable in their original form, they may be recycled or returned to the earth.
In an effort to ensure the health and diversity of forests, we established an NPO called Acorn Club (Donguri no Kai) in 1981, which plants and maintains broad-leaved forests with the help of volunteers. Members of the organization nurture over 30,000 saplings every year, plant them in various places in Japan, and look after the forests.