How We Custom Build Your Furniture
You control the sandbox. One of greatest pleasures in high-quality furniture shopping is to design your furniture yourself.
When you visit our showroom (or call us), you’ll see that there are hundreds of options to select from.
However, there is a special funnel method that guides both of us to the unique package that will become your treasured sofa or chair. This funnel has made the selection process really enjoyable for our past 40 years!
The steps that we will collaborate on include the following:
Contemporary (recently designed styles);
Modern (perfect for loft and Millennial tastes);
Transitional (combines the Traditional look with more Contemporary styling);
Traditional (classically formal and luxurious and comfortable);
Historical Period (tailored from the great houses of the French and British countrysides)
Furniture Piece: Sofa, Chair, Loveseat, Recliner, Stool, Theater Seats, Ottoman
Leather Category: Full Top Grain Natural; Protected; Decorative
Leather Dye Color (see choices HERE)
Skirt or Border type, and optional Exposed Wood Finishes: Do you want to see exposed wood trim? Choose color. Antique wax? (see choices HERE)
Arm Rest style
Bun Foot Design (24 choices)
For Office Chairs – Swivels and Casters (see choices HERE)
Decorative Nail and Nail Pattern (see choices HERE)
Cushion: 3 filling types to sit on; various styles for the upright cushions (click HERE)
Stitching or Welting
Dimensions: to fit your room; to fit your body size
Some parts of a chair and sofa have unusual names. This chart shows many parts that we indicate in our customized orders for you. Click on the image to expand it.
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Bun Feet Selections
An enjoyable part of designing your own furniture is selecting the feet. Classic has more than 24 styles, and we can even extend or shrink the height of many of them to fit your body build. And who knows – perhaps we can order some extra sets of Bun Feet for your existing furniture, so that they all match.
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Behind the Scenes
It is always interesting to take a detailed tour of the specific department that is creating your heirloom masterpiece. Enjoy your 1-minute behind-the-scene looks at these artisans at work: