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Oakywood

Design | December 11, 2018 |

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Oakywood 
Woodworking Company Offers Beautiful Hand Carved Wooden Accessories

Oakywood founder Mateusz Haberny lives to turn the average, everyday accessories we all use and love into wooden accessories: hand carved wooden phone accessories, laptop stands, headphone stands, phone charging docks and more. Oakywood strives to showcase the fine quality of the wood used and the love put into the wood, through their distinct products. Made by hand, from Poland, Europe.

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Through numerous collaborations across the globe, Oakywood is constantly improving, innovating, and exceeding in their craft, and strives to continuously provide new and creative wooden accessories for their growing customer base worldwide. The team of creative minds behind Oakywood in everything from marketing to production bring the company life and offer a new age spin on a centuries old tradition. One of their biggest selling products, the iPhone Wood Charging dock, is a Qi charger which is fully equipped with the capability to wirelessly charge the iPhone and Apple Watch, giving the product a techy feel while the design and look of the wood brings a sense of comfort and nature to any room.

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Another best-seller on their product lineup is the Wooden Headphone Stand, a hit favorite with teens and young twenty-somethings alike. Universal in size and capability, headphones can officially hang in style. “We believe innovative technology products such as those created and made available for sale here at Oakywood can be made out of eco-friendly, natural materials such as wood without leaving a traceable carbon footprint behind. We believe this is possible all while offering the best products possible to our customers” says Mateusz Haberny.

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Oakywood Woodworking Company is a new day company with an old day twist, combining old woodworking traditions with modern aesthetics and functionality. Oakywood was born from the passion for extraordinary design and handmade wood crafting traditions. The unique wooden accessories and products created by Oakywood bring a classic look and feel to any room in your home or office, without breaking the bank. If you want to learn more, you can contact the founder Mateusz Haberny at contact@oakywood.shop

more. www.Oakywood.shop

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Oakywood Woodworking CompanyImage cousrtesy of Oakywood

Oakywood Woodworking CompanyImage cousrtesy of Oakywood

Oakywood Woodworking Company
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