We understand that commissioning furniture or décor is not the least expensive option. So, we are always exceptionally grateful to our patrons that support us, keeping our skill and craft alive. The simple reason for the cost is the one-off nature and the reality that it takes hundreds of hours to produce such an individual product. For each finished piece there are countless unseen drawings, prototypes, jigs and spare parts – a Deep-Sea Spear Gun we recently made for a customer’s over the mantle decoration at her beach house had in excess of 12 jigs and took nearly 2 months to produce!
We take great pride in working within our client’s budgets. Throughout the design process we will discuss with you what is achievable with your budget. Towards the later design stages each project will be priced according to labor hours and material costs. Following the presentation we are always happy to increase or decrease the design specification and material choice in line with your budget. Much of our furniture portfolio has guide prices on it to help you build your budget. Below are a few minimum costs you should allow for.
For a non-extending dining room table allow $3,000 upwards – For each dining chair allow $500 upwards – For each studio chair allow $900 upwards – for a sideboard allow $2,500 upwards – for a coffee table $1,100 upwards – for a small sculpture allow $800 upwards – for a large sculpture allow $2,000 upwards – for a chest allow $2,000 upwards – for a desk allow $2,500 upwards.