Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire

Tisbury / 25 miles
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Featured Reviews for Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire

Honeycomb
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars11 January 2021
Beth took real care to understand both the aesthetic and (multiple!) practical requirements of the changes we wanted to make to our house. She designed beautiful bespoke furniture that has solved our storage issues that were real pain points for us, and provided us with a design that provides us with the increased space we craved along with a fresh look that works with a young family and feels like home. We would certainly recommend Beth and her team of suppliers.
At No 19
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars30 March 2015
Val's input has completely transformed our open plan new build property into a "home" Discussions between us and Val about colours, fabrics, furniture and accessories were relaxed and honest. She understood our style, taste and budget and importantly she never lost sight of the look and feel we wanted to achieve. She has bought ideas and finishes to the scheme that we would never have thought of. She was meticulous in making sure we were very happy with every proposal before committing to it. Working with Val was a pleasure and I would not hesitate to use her again and indeed recommend her to others.
Coral Interiors
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars11 November 2015
I worked with Helen to develop a home staging plan for an apartment that we were selling. Helen did a great job designing a suitable scheme and arranged all the furniture and blinds including delivery, installation, removal and making good. We also got a great set of pictures which we could use for our website. I look forward to working with Helen on our next project.
Oliver Hazael Bespoke Carpentry and Plastering
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars20 April 2016
I was probably amongst the few remaining homeowners in the City of Bath who had not yet used Oliver Hazael Bespoke Carpentry and Plastering for works in my family home! The upside of that is we were able to see a number of examples of Oliver Hazael's work and choose the style we preferred. We also knew a number of referees. Oliver himself attended site on a Saturday to take measurements, draw some design sketches, and leave us with a quote to consider. Once we agreed a date, Oliver and his colleague arrived bright and early to set up. I’ve never seen contractors of any description set up such a comprehensive and immaculately maintained tool chain! Bear in mind it is necessary to vacate a suitably sized room to accommodate this setup, but it pays dividends in the end in terms of the quality of manufacture and fitting of units. Matthew was on site for two weeks during which he produced and fitted two substantial built-in wardrobe units, one for a bedroom cum office, and one for our kitchen. He was a delight to have on site, and we told him so. He was personable, immaculately turned out, obsessed with perfection, and tireless. He left each evening with no trace of his industry other than the temporary workshop where every tool was returned to its own box, and neatly placed under the workbench out of reach of children and pets. Again, we have never experienced professionalism of this standard. Needless to say, my wife and I are delighted with the bespoke units which we are now painstakingly finishing in white! The simple Shaker style doors, made to size, and the internal shelving are all cut and fitted to a high degree of precision. Even where Matthew had to accommodate a very wonky Victorian back-wall, the shelves are contoured to fit - not filled as one might expect from most "ordinary" carpenters. But, we're not surprised, Oliver Hazael Bespoke Carpentry and Plastering is no "ordinary" service. On cost, these sorts of bespoke fittings are not a small investment for most homeowners, but they most certainly add value to the property. Using best-quality materials and fittings, we expect ours to outlive us, and that makes for excellent value for money. We would recommend Oliver Hazael Bespoke Carpentry and Plastering unreservedly, but do your own research before choosing the right contractor for your needs.
Urvission Interiors
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars23 September 2020
I recently had to completely renovate my home and used Urvission to help me with the interior. Upon acquaintance with their services, it turned out that they could deal with everything related to the whole renovation and furniture. Their soft furnishings are great and of very high quality. Eliza and Nick are great professionals. They were always with me and found a solution in every need. The great thing was that I didn't have to do anything, especially traders and builders. Thank you!
Bath Bespoke
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars12 May 2015
Really friendly team of talented craftsmen working with wood in the Bath area, a young dynamic team with a bright future. Bespoke kitchens, furniture and joinery - we have worked with Bath Bespoke and recommend them.
Sean Symington Design
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars9 March 2021
I cannot rave enough about Sean Symington Design, his passion shines through his creative ability and professionalism. Sean was a delight to work with from the moment I contacted him, he is very hands from the initial concept all the way through to installing the last coffee table book. Sean takes the time to source one-of-a-kind aspects, such as lighting, décor and fabrics for each room. His talent to mix old century pieces with modern elements, transformed my home into a colorful, eccentric representation of my life. I highly recommend hiring Sean Symington to redesign your home, office, or restaurant as he will bring it to life in a very personable way.
Style Within Limited
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars10 September 2014
For some years, we had planned to extend our 3 bedroom, end-of-terrace property and already had plans drawn up and approved. However, with the passage of time, we wanted to be sure that these plans continued to suit our purposes. We invited Nick to review the proposals and he made a number of very useful observations. Importantly, he helped us to see that we could reconfigure the space and change our way of living to enjoy an improved view of the garden and across the valley in a light-filled, open-plan kitchen-diner with separate seating area. He also identified some simple changes to the layout to maximise functionality of the various new spaces, creating a separate utility room that we had always wanted, and an area for our pets. He also spotted a design simplification that would facilitate installation of a new kitchen. The proposed renovation would affect many of the spaces in the house, so Nick produced several 3D models of the whole property to help us to envisage optional layouts. His advice, supported by the different models and estimated costs, also identified elements that were not worth pursuing, releasing funds for other aspects that were more important to us. With the basic layout agreed, Nick worked with the architect, structural engineer, and Council planning officers to ensure that the agreed re-design would be approved. In parallel, he produced a very detailed specification with electrical and lighting layout and schematic for the TV, music and IT installation; this, together with architect’s drawings, formed the tender package against which 3 contractors bid a fixed price. We came to realise that this detailed document with specific references was critical to containing the price within defined limits; through the specification, the contractor was given very clear instructions on specific building works, plumbing and heating, joinery, lighting, flooring and other aspects of the project. Nick ran a competitive tender working closely with us and the 3 bidders. Together, we then selected the winning contractor and work started. In essence, whilst we lived with the building work, Nick was on site almost every day to keep an eye on developments and make decisions where required. Largely, we sat back and made cups of tea for the builders. If we spotted anything of concern, we generally raised this with Nick in the first instance and he would either explain the issue to us or, if some action was required, would address it with the contractor. Having established the principal price for the works, Nick was also keen to show us the total cost of the project including carpets, window dressings, audio equipment etc. He had also designed a number of bespoke storage units some of which were eventually fabricated and fitted. Early in the planning process we met to review decorative schemes with samples to show how each room would look and feel, along with the associated prices. He maintained a detailed spreadsheet, so that we could budget for furnishings over a timescale that suited us. The spreadsheet included a risk budget for identified risks, to help us understand the level of caution required as the project progressed. The value of the main contractor’s work was £120k + VAT (including kitchen) and the total project budgeted price was £150k + VAT (including furnishings etc). Nick oversaw the contractor’s implementation of the design. He also managed any interfaces between the contractor and other suppliers, and organised purchase of additional items such as the kitchen, carpets, blinds, and audio kit. He took us to view kitchens and appliances so that we could confirm our requirement. He then negotiated a good price for us which saved several £ks. This was another feature of working with Nick; not only did he negotiate good prices on our behalf, he also passed on elements of his trade discounts to us, and identified cost effective solutions which more than paid for his fees. We were particularly fascinated by Nick’s attention to detail and came to realise and appreciate its importance. For example, his insistence on the apparently small detail of aligning the floor level at the threshold to the French doors was simple to implement, but the contractors would have proceeded to fit a step over the threshold (because it was easy and what they always do) without Nick insisting otherwise. We now have no such trip-hazards. As the project proceeded, Nick spent more time with us and our teenagers, confirming styles and tastes, bringing samples and putting together schemes, before sourcing carpets and other fixtures and fittings. He introduced us to a number of new ideas: all of our friends marvel at our purple glass splashback and resin-worktop; the walk-in rain shower is fabulous; the music distribution system is fantastic, the wide floorboards are a real feature, and the look of our spacious, contemporary kitchen-diner is very special. He also future-proofed the property with an ethernet network in all key areas of the home. To manage cash-flow, the project was split into 2 phases. In planning for this, Nick ensured that all foundations, cabling, and pipes for phase 2 were installed during phase 1, negating the need for re-work or additional work later. In fact, during the 6 month break between phases, the contractor failed to record works already completed and paid for, and were preparing to escalate the ongoing price significantly (by approximately £8k, or 30% of the price remaining). However, Nick’s dogged determination and scrupulous record-keeping allowed us to maintain the project largely within the original price (allowing only for a legitimate inflationary increase in materials and labour). Throughout the project, we had every confidence that Nick would address any issue with the work. He produced a detailed snagging list at the end of each phase and ensured that all items were closed before the project was signed off. We are delighted with our “new” home and, having lived with it now for over a year, we find it practical as well as stylish, with plenty of functionality, space and light. Nick is a pleasure to work with. He offers fresh ideas and has opened our eyes to opportunities that we would otherwise have missed. Equally, he accepts respectfully that a client may not always be able to follow a particular recommendation. He is extraordinarily diligent and reliable and his involvement saved us money overall (to the tune of many £ks). We will certainly continue to use his services for future developments of our home and it gives us great pleasure to recommend him to others.
Partners In Design
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars15 April 2019
Never having refurbished / designed a property before I didn't consider design and project management teams a necessity. I changed my mind very quickly when we attempted to do it ourselves after buying a beautiful restaurant with rooms that was in need of a lot of love. We were lucky enough to have Barbara and Jess on our doorstep, and went to see if they could help. They were extremely sympathetic to what we wanted, and after spending some time with us really just 'got it'. They put forward the most incredible ideas for wall papers, colours, light fittings, furniture, and a brand new bar, all along the lines of what we wanted and most importantly within our budget. Barbara was particularly amazing at coming up with solutions, and improvising, for the areas we hadn't considered when doing our budget for the refurb. Sourcing everything would have taken us weeks, or never at all, which is one of many reasons for using PID - they understand their clients, what they want and then find the perfect options for them. They always give you choice, and add some interesting things in that you just wouldn't have thought of, but that work beautifully.
smb interior design
Bespoke Furniture in Tisbury, Wiltshire
Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars24 March 2014
I LOVE making a home, but when I moved house 2 years ago I just couldn't make our new drawing room work with our existing furniture. A friend recommended Shona and she suggested a couple of minor lay-out changes - just simple changes but they changed everything. Best of all, she worked with existing furniture and accent pieces, so the room didn't cost a fortune and it still felt very much my home. Shona came to help with one room but I quickly sought her help with every room in the house. She was a pleasure to work with, project managed the whole thing and introduced reliable, respectful professionals who all worked to her time line and within budget. Sadly, I have to move house again next year because of a work move but I know that with Shona's help I will soon have a house to call home.
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