Imke Delara. furniture. June 26th , 2017.
This is the heart of the process, where ideas become concrete and one's vision takes form. Based on earlier discussion the maker may have some initial sketches and ideas to share. Do not feel wed to anything at this point. The discussion will also be around potential types of wood, finish and any other practical necessities, like lighting and such. Based on this meeting the craftsman will provide one with more specific plans.
Discuss with each potential maker the type of piece one has in mind. This is also the right time to discuss budget. Some makers have a stable of existing designs that can be customized or one can take a completely bespoke approach to create something completely unique. Find out something about the maker's influences and industry experience, as well as the number of clients. This is also a good time to inquire about client references.
Discrete forms of rattan garden furniture are UV treated and can be put outdoors all year round devoid of the probability of fading, splitting, or cracking of the rattan. Nearly all of such pieces come with an outdoor waterproof cover which prevents, protects and preserves each particular piece when it is not being used.
A large admixture of French and Italian furniture might have been expected in the home of the much travelled Earl of Arundel; but looking-glasses, cabinets, inlaid furniture also appear widely in English inventories of the reign of Charles I. The very full inventory of the furniture of the royal palaces sold by the Council of State (1649) includes many objects which were rare at that date, such as inlaid marble tables , upon a gilt frame, rock crystal chandeliers, a silver table and frame all laid over with silver," china screens gilt, and silver painted furniture.Nood is a new company in NZ that has come up with an interesting marketing concept. Their website is nood.co.nz. They have retail prices, but offer their customers a 20 off the retail price. How do they do this? Firstly their retail prices are pumped up. Many retailers do this, so it is not a new thing. What right do we have to say that their prices are pumped up. Well, they offer no warranty on their furniture. that is correct, No warranty! Even the cheaper furniture comes with a 1 year warranty. Why then would anyone buy off them? There are a couple of reasons why some one would buy from Nood, New Zealand. 1. They have a nice looking brochure. It showcases their product well. 2. Because their prices are high, it gives the sense of quality. You might not believe this, but it is proven that if you show some people 2 identical products and tell them that they are different but put different prices on them, they will 9/10 point to the more expensive item as the one that is better quality, even though they are exactly the same.
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