AudreyGreenwood

Audrey Greenwood, Sydney, AU
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At Boomerang Box, we pride ourselves on being able to supply you with a durable and reliable product that is sure to help you make your move that much simpler than the traditional method of using cardboard boxes which are flimsy and definitely NOT eco-friendly.

On our team, we have Audrey Greenwood who joined our team over a year ago as our new Marketing Director so that she can help us to spread the word to Sydney and the rest of Australia about how we can truly help you to make a difference to the environment and at the same time have the easiest time packing and organizing your things when you move homes. Audrey has 20 years of experience behind her in the moving and packing industry having worked in a number of moving and packing supplies companies over the years, both big and small. And in her experience, she’s come to realise that there wasn’t a good eco-friendly solution in the market that could help people to conserve waste and be environmentally friendly when moving.

my personal website:
http://www.boomerangbox.com.au

Gender: Female

Birthday: 06/18/1987



Recent comments


Re: Mahogany, Oak, and Ebony Storage Bench

Vilkman is known for clean lines in his design, just like how he manages to make this hardwood storage look light and minimalist – something that is hard to achieve with the grains of mahogany, oak and ebony.

Re: Full Wall Bookcase & Seat Storage

Prop some cushions on the storage seats and this versatile bookcase also triples up as a reading corner. It is hard to come by solid wood bookcase these days that provides such vast storage ability.

Re: The Adjustable Screw

Adjustable components are key when you are trying to achieve something that is customisable for now or for future usage. Some examples I can think of right now are boxes that are used for accessories or jewellery. The top portion acts as a lid that can be tilted or opened in order to retrieve the belongings inside. Over time, when the amount of items inside increase, then the lid can be adjusted accordingly. That is one benefit of such adjustable component I can think of as of now. I guess there are probably many more items that need such adjustable components like furniture pieces too.

Re: Knife Box - Williamsburg, Part 2

Great technique you have got there. Thanks for sharing the video with us all. The design of the box definitely look complicated and intricate but with step-by-step guidelines like these, I think it is indeed possible. I have a few ideas of some other patterned boxes as well which I was afraid to experiment out initially. I guess with determination and some research, nothing is quite impossible. I love engaging my friends and family with such projects as I believe in family bonding that just gets everyone together doing something interesting and spending quality time together.



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