Nanoxia put the Deep Silence 1 Rev. B into a black and white cardboard box with a simple drawing of the chassis and some icons for its features on front. The rear details these features, and both side panels are identical. You will find the specifications and a mention of which color is within the box on those.
Foam spacers with a cardboard shell as reinforcement hold the fairly heavy chassis in place, protecting it from falling damage, while a plastic bag keeps fingerprints and light scratches away. Nanoxia also added two Styrofoam pads in the front and rear for some further protection.
Nanoxia even includes a well-sorted set of all-black screws, some zip ties, and a CPU power-extension cable, alongside a 5.25'' to 3.5" drive-bay cover. There are also solid rubber grommets you may use to replace those Nanoxia already pre-applied to the rear, a 3.5" drive bay cover, and an extension lead for the 8-pin CPU power cable.
There are, on top of that, six metal 2.5/3.5" hard-drive trays, which makes filling the entire chassis with such drives instead of the 2.5" cage a possibility. A manual has obviously also been included.