Our Table Cubes as Your Treasure Chests

It’s more than a box. It’s a beautiful, well crafted table, shaped like a box. Even more, we’ve been thinking about our table cubes as treasure chests, and the opportunities for you to use them to hold your own treasures. For example:

When you set one of our table cubes in your office reception area, what would you want a visitor to find there? What would perfectly illustrate what your company means to them? If you arrange river boat cruises, perhaps that table cube treasure chest could hold a beautifully-restored old model boat, or a ship in a bottle? Or a model of one of your own river boats.

What if this table cube was a treasure chest for your employees? What might you put on a table cube in the employee break room? Something lighthearted, like a paper airplane, to subtly remind them of the fun side of your air transport business? Perhaps something important to the history of your company, such as your company’s first patented widget? Or perhaps put a small treasure chest on that table cube, along with scraps of paper and pens, and ask them to contribute the next big idea for the company.

Next, let’s bring that treasure chest idea home. Put one of our table cubes in your living room and invite each family member to put something on the treasure cube? Something that has meaning to them, or brings them joy, such as a vase of daffodils from the yard outside, or a special rock that you found when you took a family walk in the park last weekend. When you go on vacation, ask each family member to bring back something to place on that treasure cube, to help keep the spirit of your family’s vacation time alive in the midst of day to day life.

What other great ways might you use our table cubes? As a way to highlight and display what is meaningful for your office or your home, our table cubes truly can be treasure chests!

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