This roomy shelf is part media console and part display forum. Constructed of English walnut with a powder coated white front, the wall mounted shelf is ideal for any contemporary space. Made by MASH Studios.
The English Walnut construction and powder-coated aluminum drawer fronts create an interesting contrast that stands out in any setting. Four drawers keeps plenty of clothes nice and neat while not taking up too much space. Made by MASH Studios.
The PCH Series Buffet by MASHstudios features three doors, one of which is wood-grain cast aluminum. Behind the doors are adjustable glass shelves. One polished aluminum drawer is concealed within for silverware. Natural oil finish on solid Teak.
The PCH Series Dresser by MASHstudios has two deep drawers and two shallower drawers for plenty of storage space. One of the drawers features a faux wood-grain aluminum drawer front. Natural oil finish on solid Teak.
The PCH Series Entertainment Shelf by MASHstudios is wide enough for the biggest televisions at 6' wide. This media console features one drawer with a faux wood-grain aluminum drawer front and adjustable shelves for components. Cable management and ventilation slots. Natural oil finish on solid Teak.
The PCH Series Canopy Bed by MASHstudios is no fairy tale - it's the real thing. Solid Teak with a natural oil finish gives it impressive warmth. No visible hardware, on-the-floor design, and square posts give it a modern aesthetic. Queen or King sized.
MASH Studios is a Los Angeles-based design firm that specialize in the design and manufacturing of custom furniture for residential as well as commercial spaces. MASH was founded in 2002 by Bernard Brucha and employs a diverse team of designers and engineers grounded in the core competencies of industrial design and fabrication. MASH Studios has designed the entire LAX and PCH Series line of beds, tables, and consoles. In addition to designing long-lasting furniture that goes well in any home, MASH Studios works with a wide array of designers, architects, and clients to design the right product or environment to fit their needs and styles.