So you have an idea....what next?

You have a furniture need. You've looked online and in stores but you just can't seem to find anything that suits your style. You have a budget in mind, but the prices that you are seeing are all over the place and you have no idea what is fair. They say delivery in 4-6 weeks, but you've heard the reports of shipping disasters. You hear the term "custom" and you laugh out loud. The idea of ordering something custom can sound intimidating and out of the realm of possibility, but let me assure you, it can be the safest way to get what you want within your price range.


Step 1: Fill out the online form

I will email you back. We will select a time and day when I can visit your home. We will discuss your furniture needs. I will take some measurements and make some notes. I will see what type of wood/finish that will work with your decor. We will discuss your budget. Why? So that I can spend my time designing something that suits your needs and is affordable for you. That is the reason why you contacted me.


Step 2: Leave the design to me

I will take all the information that I have gathered and work up a plan for you. I will provide you with a cost estimate and the amount of time it will take me to complete the project. If you agree, we move forward. If I think your budget is out of line, I will let you know. No one moves forward until everyone is happy.


Step 3: Take your time to decide

Now is the time to make changes. Talk to your family members, seek out other opinions. Do your thing, I'll be here when you are ready. All designs are kept on file. When you are ready, I will accept half down of our agreed upon price. The other half is due on delivery. I will complete the work in the amount of time we have agreed upon. Easy Peasy.


Step 4: Relax-it's that simple.


The above photos were taken at the Hill Residence in Cedarburg, Wi. Scott requested a ten foot dining table and two matching benches. This was the largest project that my husband Ryan and I have worked on to date. We completed the project in 12 weeks.


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