Building a Furniture Package

We love working with our clients to develop furniture packages that connect with their brand aesthetic and design goals using high-quality, American-made products. Using the right mix of products and finishes can bring both personality and functionality to an interior. Our dedicated Account Managers specialize in simplifying the furniture buying process for restaurant and hospitality brands.

 

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Step 1: Discovery Call

In this call, your Account Manager will ask if you have a designer/design firm that you're already working

with, about your plans for future growth, if you're using a supplier already, how your experience has been with that supplier, and what your buying/refresh timeline looks like.

 

 

 

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Step 2: Floor Plan

You'll be asked to provide a floor plan so your Account Manager can do takeoffs and get accurate measurements and quantities for the products your floor plan requires. If you need some guidelines for the floor plan, we have a blog with some recommendations and best practices.

 

 

Step 3: Refine

After doing takeoffs, we'll determine finishes together.

Choosing from our standard materials and finishes makes this step simple.

 

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Step 4: Proposal Package

Your Account Manager will put together a Proposal Package document with a quote and images of your selected products and finishes.

 

 

 

 

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5. Repeat

If everything looks good we'll place your order and get your project into production. Now that you have the ingredients, it's easy to order from the menu we've created together. We'll create a catalog with your selections to make it simple for franchisees or other stakeholders to choose the items for future locations.

 

Check out our Design Work to see concepts we've already put together to give you a starting point!

 

DESIGN WORK

 

 

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