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Commissioning
Why Commission a Piece of Furniture?
 
    Maybe you have in mind what you want but can not find it in any shop?
    Maybe you need the furniture to be a specific size to fit in that alcove or unusually shaped room?
    Maybe you do not know exactly what you want but would like a one off piece designed specifically for you and your family?
    Maybe you would like to mark a special occasion with a unique gift?

 

The Commisioning Process

Initial Meeting.

The commissioning process starts with an initial discussion around your ideas on what you want. This is best done in person, though can be done over the phone or via the internet. At this point you are under no obligation to go further with the process of commissioning. After this meeting it may become clear that more information or ideas are needed from you to formulate a design. It may also be that a visit to where the piece will reside will be helpful, to ascertain the context of the furniture.

 

The Design.

A design will then be drawn up which meets the requirements we have discussed. Again, you are under no obligation to carry on with the process at this point and the design can be changed as is required. Sustainable Timbers explained & Timber Choices.

 

The Proposal.

Once a final design has been agreed, a quote will be sent to you, including the price, materials and dimensions of the piece. A 30% deposit will be required before production commences.

 

Production.

During the creation of the piece you are welcome to arrange a visit to see the piece being crafted. At this visit you will see the quality craftsmanship that goes into your piece, which ensures that the piece will last for many generations to come.
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