Luxury Bespoke Furniture Re-creation Service
Do you have some existing luxury bespoke furniture, a light fitting, or an accessory that you need to match? Have you seen a style you love, but the quality is not up to scratch? Are you looking for an exceptional level of quality and finish? Do you disregard items because they are the wrong size or shape and do not fit the intended space or overall scheme?
What is Furniture Re-creation?
Furniture recreation is required when a piece of furniture is no longer suitable for its intended purpose. A new piece of furniture is then created to replace the old piece and is designed to replicate the original in terms of purpose, design, style and materials.
What is Bespoke Furniture?
Bespoke furniture is custom-made furniture designed to the specific requirements of the user. This means that these pieces of furniture tend to be incredibly unique, and are hard, if not impossible, to find elsewhere on the market.
Re-creating Luxury Bespoke Furniture
Items may be old, discontinued, or antique. They maybe a good overall design, but poor quality. We specialise in re-creating luxury bespoke furniture or producing matching items to the same exceptional standard of workmanship. We work with some of the world’s finest master craftsmen to match existing furniture that can no longer be found, or even to re-create antique designs and one-off pieces.
For example, a client who was looking for a side table loved the style of a dining table they had seen, but it
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Furniture Recreation FAQ’s
The difference between furniture recreation and furniture restoration is that a new piece of furniture is created during recreation, whereas an original piece of furniture is repaired during restorations.
Recreating old furniture initially involves sourcing materials as close to the original piece as possible. Once sourced, it requires master hand craftsmanship to piece the materials together to replicate the original piece of furniture as well as possible.
Yes, bespoke furniture tends to be more expensive than mass-produced furniture for a number of reasons:
1. Increased labour costs due to the item being specially handcrafted;
2. Higher quality and rarer materials that cost more money to source;
3. Increased labour time to make the furniture.
Bespoke furniture is usually high quality, which means its higher pricing is justified because the items will last a long time in comparison to mass-produced items.
The defining characteristic that makes an item of furniture bespoke is the fact that it’s created to specific specifications defined by the user.