From Concept to Design

  

As your ideas for your project begin to develop, it is important to think about the aesthetic aspects, such as style and general wood tone, but it’s also important to consider the location, proportions and dimensions of the piece. And, of course, it’s also important to consider the real needs and specific uses of the piece. Taking some rough measurements of the space, possibly providing some pictures from magazines or the internet, or even a quick scribble sketch, can be very helpful during the first conversations at the workshop.

With this kind of preliminary information, we can begin to fine tune the design, choose the best wood and materials for the job, and usually within a few days provide you with a proposal and cost.

For smaller jobs, this process may only take a few minutes.

If necessary for the project, we will make a visit to your office or home to take precise measurements, and then provide you with a scale drawing. For the larger jobs especially, we encourage you to visit the workshop to see the work as it progresses, and who knows, possibly improve the design even further.