Grovemade is back at it again with a new addition to its handcrafted line of accessories for Apple products. This time, the Portland-based company is releasing a new home for Apple’s Magic Trackpad. Appropriately named the ‘Trackpad Tray’, this product fits right in with Grovemade’s Desk Collection. expand full story
Maple Stories June 2, 2015
Maple Stories April 25, 2015
Update (5/2 12:00pm): @tweakmedia is our winner, thank you to everyone that entered the giveaway.
As Apple’s lineup continues to grow, more users are finding themselves using one device at home and one on the road. Because of that, we are seeing more home workstations in need of customization.
If you’re like myself, then an external monitor attached to a MacBook Air is the solution to this problem. The struggle of this setup is the height differential between each display. If you’re someone that sits at a desk all day, this is an issue that is certainly noticeable (and annoying!).
Grovemade, a Portland-based company, recently announced its own solution to this problem. Over the last few weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to work with the Walnut Laptop Stand. Head below for more details and to find out how you could win one yourself… expand full story
Maple Stories April 7, 2015
Our technology deserves a nice accessory, something to complement the beautiful curves and lines of the device. We are big fans of well made add-ons that come with a story and there may be no better company in America at doing that than Grovemade. Today, the Portland-based company has introduced a new stand that gives the MacBook a little boost, crafted from locally sourced materials here in the United States. expand full story
Maple Stories September 13, 2014
Update (9/20): Thanks for all of the entries into our Small States giveaway, @morganrhc is our winner and they have been contacted.
Small States features small companies that design and manufacture within the United States.
Introduction It always seems like small companies based in America have great stories. We’ve seen them time and time again as part of our Small States series, from generational pride to simply solving a problem in your life. But sometimes it all just starts by throwing the football from your workshop across the street to another. For Joe Mansfield and Ken Tomita, that’s how things got started. That’s how Grovemade in Portland, Oregon came to be.