Using the term investment for a furniture purchase might seem misplaced.
With so many retailers offering a wide selection of furniture at ranging price points, it can be hard justifying the costs associated with custom furniture. That’s why its better to put it into the perspective of being an investment.
The time and costs associated with the custom process are not something you commit to unless you want something to last you years and have it be the perfect fit for your needs. We can bore you with the pros and cons, draw up price comparison charts for you to see the value in this but we’d rather share client stories for you to learn about their experiences and what reasons made their decision.
These clients opted for the custom route because they needed a custom sectional, something built for their own comfort that would be long lasting. The husband and his friends are of a tall broad build, by no means was it easy to find a ready made sofa with dimensions that would be comfortable for those proportions. They were also searching for something with a durable structure to withstand a lot of use and the wear and tear of living with pets.
They were referred to us from our friends at Terris Lightfoot Contracting and it immediately became a group effort amongst our staff. When everyone heard that our clients had had poor experiences in their previous furniture purchases, the team wanted to ensure we knocked their socks off with this project. By the end, we had made some other pieces for them as well, a custom banquette at the entrance, this custom sectional and custom drapery work as well.
They were a wonderful couple to work with and we enjoyed a glass of wine together when it was finished, these clients are ones that we know will turn into life long friends!