Woodinville's Strasser Woodenworks Makes Powder Rooms Plush

The company, based in a 35,000-square-foot facility in Woodinville, was founded in 1982 by Robert Strasser
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Parts roll through the spray machine and are being finished with Lapis Night color

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Strasser Woodenworks designs and manufactures hardwood bathroom vanities, cabinets and accessories, offering customers some 15,000 possible product combinations. The company, based in a 35,000-square-foot facility in Woodinville, Washington, just east of Bothell, was founded in 1982 by Robert Strasser. It was acquired by current owner and President Andy Hedreen in the 1980s and now employs about 50 people. “Strasser produces approximately 13,000 to 15,000 vanities per year,” says Peter Ollestad, vice president of sales.


Corner brackets installed to keep frames for the cabinets and vanities straight and square.

All the products go through a light sanding between coatings, promoting a high-quality finish.

Once products are ready for shipping, they are transferred over the shipping conveyor belt and placed on pallets. 

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