After studying for a degree in building construction, I soon learned my real passion was for woodworking and interiors. I gained hands on experience, working his way up as a carpenter and cabinet maker. I worked as a designer for a high end furniture and kitchen manufacturer, before deciding to take the plunge and become a design/maker on my own. I love paying close attention to details and refining the design, seeing the whole process through from initial consultation to fitting and sign off.
Commissioning & The Process
Make Contact; preferably via email with as much information on the project as possible; room sizes, style etc. This will really help the design process get started but don't worry if you would like to discuss your options first.
You will usually see a guide price at this point.
After this I will visit to take some measurements and discuss ideas. Then I produce some basic concepts alongside a more detailed quote.
If you think we are a good fit then detailed drawings are produced, with 3D renders to give you a great idea of the look. The technical manufacture drawings pin point the finer details.
Once these are signed off and all the details are agreed, a 40% payment is required and the project will be booked into a manufacture slot; giving a good idea of the install date.
Only once the furniture is installed and the project is signed off is the balance payment of 60% is invoiced.
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