Considerations When Choosing Contract Furniture Part Two

Budget is an important factor when considering what furniture you would like, a tight budget will most likely restrict the type of style you can have as complicated designs which can be more attractive usually take a lot more time to manufacture. It's great to be clear about this when you are working with us from the beginning if possible so that all of the options offered are relevant and we don't waste your time showing you items which are out of budget. We are able to cater to most budgets as we have for example some simple cafe side chairs for between £50.00 - £100.00 while also being able to offer the highest quality detailed custom items. Having said that even our more 'budget' items have bespoke qualities in that you can choose the wood stain and fabric/leather/faux leather so each piece is perfectly suited to your setting, we believe each project is unique and so should it's furniture be.

If you have some antique or vintage items that suit your project it is a great idea to give them a new lease of life by allowing us to reupholster them for you, or even re-finish with a new wood stain, paint colour or texture. Reupholstery is also an economical option and stops the old furniture from being wasted. We also regularly manufacture bespoke furniture to drawings such as banquettes, loose furniture and table tops.

Soft furnishings + accessories are often an after thought when clients are in the midst of planning a new interior but they are a valid part of the design as well, often bringing a scheme together. Organising these at the same time as choosing furniture means everything will be delivered in good time and be chosen with the entire design in mind. We are able to manufacture soft furnishings such as window treatments and scatter cushions to suit your dimensions, if you have a low budget a decorative scatter cushion can really add interest and would of course be in any fabric you decide on from our own or your chosen range. Accessories are another inexpensive way to ensure a project has a completely 'finished' look.