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How Bespoke Furniture Is Made

Bespoke low stools in Everyman Stratford-upon-Avon

On top of having the ability to customise and adapt many of our products to suit your project, we are also able to manufacture bespoke furniture to your exact specification.

We develop customers’ drawings, checking dimensions and specifications; identify and liaise with appropriate factories; arrange for prototypes to be created and confirm final designs.

Any item of bespoke furniture must go through the following journey to make it from idea to installation.

1. Concept

2. Reality check – is it possible?

3. Detailed specification

4. Quote and time-scale

5. Prototype (maybe)

6. Production

Making a Bespoke Low Stool

Watch the video to see our supplier manufacture a bespoke low stool and see the finished product at home in the Everyman Cinema in Stratford-upon-Avon.

The stool was constructed from a mild steel cage-style base, blackened to a natural finish, which will also seal out any moisture. It was then fitted with a domed seat pad upholstered in leather. Each stool took around 45 minutes to weld  and was produced in small batches for several of the Everyman Cinema spaces. Big thanks to Paul for the video.

Get in touch if you've got a concept you'd like to discuss. We are always conscious that building bespoke furniture can be time-consuming and sometimes expensive, so will always consider and suggest possible similar alternatives. We are also able to arrange for bespoke prototypes to be quality-tested if specifically requested.

Liked this video? Read our blog Things to  consider before buying bespoke furniture.

Topics: Bespoke furniture

By Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth Paula Stanbridge-Faircloth on 29/01/18 11:37
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