Build With Us

If you’re serious about owning your own unique piece of heirloom-quality American furniture, we’re here for you. We can build you something bespoke, or reproduce an item you love from our portfolio.

If you’re after a bespoke commission, please acquaint yourself with our process before you inquire.

Make an Inquiry

Custom Built Inquiry Form

What's your name and email address?

What do you have in mind?

What's your budget?

Here’s some starting prices to help you out:

  • Stools, Benches, Side Tables: $1500+
  • Beds, Coffee Tables & Bedside Tables (pair): $3000+
  • Dining Tables: $5000+
If our Custom Built prices aren’t within your budget, take a look at our Hearth section for handsome handmade furniture.
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The Custom Built Process

It takes time, deep-thinking, and expertise to take a piece of furniture from ideation through to finished product. It’s a highly collaborative and rewarding endeavor for both builder and owner.

1 – Discovery & Drawings

If we believe we’re a good fit for your needs we’ll undertake an initial discovery process together. This will include a round of consultations to reach a basic design and choice of materials. We’ll then provide you with a series of preliminary drawings and leave room for a round of revisions.

We require a non-refundable $500 fee for this phase. When it’s complete we can proceed to a formal bid and/or you can retain the drawings for your own purposes.

2 – The Bid

If you decide that you like our proposed design and want to engage with our services we will make a firm bid for the project.

3 – Production

In order to commit our services to your project we need your acceptance in writing along with a 50% up-front deposit. The remaining 50% is due prior to delivery. We guarantee delivery within 12-14 weeks from the beginning of production, though we are often able to deliver much sooner.