Concrete and Wood

Six years later, Slabs is still one of our favorite product lines. They were written up in the Seattle Times and Core77, they were sold in West Elm, and in Chip and Joanna Gaines’s store…and we love using them ourselves. Slabs have kept our workspaces tidy with a place for pens, scissors, loose change, keys, tape, and a phone. But what about our wallet? Or holiday cards? Or extra business cards? Or our ice cream cone sticker?

Concrete Desk Set with new Slab for phones, etc.

Meet the new and improved Phone Slab, redesigned with multiple slots of varying widths for your phone and more.

Slabs concrete desk accessories

Oh, and, for those of you who have been waiting patiently for walnut Switchboards, they’re back! Order before they sell out and are on backorder for a year. (We’ll try not to let it happen again.)

Walnut Switchboard coat rack is back in stock.

West Elm

Really excited that one of our favorite stores, @westelm is now selling a bunch of our products!


Set in Concrete


As designers, we can be terrible to shop for. We can’t buy anything without first giving a quick critique. Recently we were looking for a set of accessories to organize our studio’s desk, and we came up short. We are happy to say that we finally found one:

Introducing our latest *Workshop product, Slabs. Slabs are modular, low-lying desk accessories made with smooth concrete, hand sanded and sealed. There’s a tray for pins and clips, a pen stand, a tape dispenser, and a dock. Each piece is 4” x 4” and 1” tall.

We hope you have a wonderful holiday season. And if you’re looking for a gift for that exacting someone, think about a set of Slabs.

Rich and Avik

*Workshop products are made in the US. They are produced in small runs and individually numbered.