Commissioning Process

Each client has his/her own requirements and ideas of style and function. The commissioning process usually involves the following stages:

Initial Meeting

This will usually be in your home at a time to suit you, when we will discuss your specific requirements with you. Measurements can be taken, to ensure that the design fits your individual room. Our inspiration will be informed by your lifestyle choices in your home.

Initial Ideas

We will sketch some design ideas at this initial meeting and show you samples of timber and finishes to assist in the development of the design. An indication of price can be given at this stage.

Design Finalised and Agreed

If necessary, several options will be presented, from which you will be able to choose the design which best suits your needs. Once you have made this choice, a written quotation for the work will be produced. Once you have paid the deposit for the work, materials will be ordered, final working drawings prepared and indication of start, finish and delivery date given.


Your furniture is made entirely in our workshop by our skilled craftsman, and you are welcome to make an appointment to visit the workshop to see your furniture being made, if you wish. You can be assured of personal attention at all times from design to delivery, as the craftsman who produces the initial ideas, will be the craftsman who actually makes and delivers your furniture.


On completion of your furniture a time and date for delivery will be agreed. Our craftsman will unpack it and carry out any fitting that may be required. All packaging will be removed by us.


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