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Made-To-Order and Customizable

The process of making bespoke furniture is a collaborative journey, blending the client's vision with the expertise and craftsmanship of our skilled artisan craftsmen. The result is a unique and personalized experience that reflects both the client's style and the artistry of the craftsman involved.

The process of crafting your piece of furniture actually begins at our showrooms. We do everything to ensure your total satisfaction by asking lots of questions. Educating our customers is a priority. We want you to understand how each wood patina’s, what the advantages and disadvantages are for one finish over another, and presenting the various options available to you.

You can select from our standard selection of furniture available in a wide variety of styles and edge treatments, or consult with one of our skilled in-house design team members to collaborate on a customizable piece unique to your vision and taste.

When your order arrives at the shop, be assured that more scrutiny and questions are asked by our technical group. Once they have a solid concept of what is needed and wanted with your piece, a parts list is generated and each and every single component is calculated and tracked throughout the build process.

When the wood is selected, we carefully place and orient boards to maximize their natural beauty. Panels are arranged and “laid-up”, and then glued in the most aesthetically pleasing way. The process of selecting wood is one reserved for only the most experienced of craftsmen. It requires a deeper knowledge of wood characteristics and a vision of how each part will look when finished.

The crafting of a piece of furniture, shaping, machining, cutting the joinery, pre-sanding parts, assembling, and finish sanding all require a strong attention to detail by the particular craftsperson. Because of this, it is possible that one person will craft a piece from beginning to end, ensuring the vision from the initial wood selection is realized.

Finally, the finish is applied to the finely sanded piece. Typically, we use a penetrating Danish Oil, a classic and everlasting type of finish. Three coats are applied and hand-rubbed into the grain of what has now become a finely crafted heirloom.

If you would like to experience the act of creating, we invite and encourage you to take the time to visit our shop and see for yourself. Our craftspeople love an audience, and are eager to answer any questions you may have about how your piece was created.

Still have questions? Please email us with any questions.