HOW WE MADE IT

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GET­TING STARTED

Meet­ing with the client to dis­cuss needs and come up with the per­fect de­sign is where a well­made sofa be­gins. Es­tab­lish­ing a re­al­is­tic bud­get that gets the client the qual­ity they should ex­pect from a cus­tom piece is cru­cial. Buy­ing off the floor may seem less ex­pen­sive but mass pro­duced fur­ni­ture of­ten lacks longevity po­ten­tial.

WHAT’S IN­SIDE?

Each piece starts as a screwed and glued solid wood frame and is fully corner blocked. The sin­u­ous spring seat­ing and back is part of the high qual­ity work­man­ship that goes into the mak­ing of a Bald­win sofa.

FIN­ISH­ING TOUCHES

Legs can be made to suit dé­cor and height spec­i­fi­ca­tions, the pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less. Dec­o­ra­tive touches such as ham­mered nail fin­ish­ing and cus­tom fab­ric se­lec­tions are all part of the perks of go­ing cus­tom.

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