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How to Order

Acquiring custom handcrafted furniture takes some thought and effort. You can’t just rush into it. You must seek it out. The quest is exciting and fulfilling. You get to explore your own needs and tastes, to investigate furniture styles and materials, and to interact with the craftsperson. All this can add greatly to the experience of furnishing your home.


Where To Start?

Call me!


Custom built furniture involves a myriad of design possibilities and choices. Who better to guide you through them than the craftsman who will produce the finished piece?


The process

Our initial fact finding conference is free of charge.

Revisions refine the process until a set of finished drawings depict the final project. Along the way, I will make suggestions about lumber and material choices, construction possibilities and types of surface finishes. 

Development of your project requires detailed drawings. Finished drawings require time and skill for which there is a charge—which will vary upon the complexity of your project. You will be given an estimate, beforehand, for the drawing expense.


Once you are satisfied with the design, an additional contract will be prepared in which material, finish and completion timetables are clearly outlined. Generally, a 50% deposit is required to begin construction with the balance due upon my completion of the project. 

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My Commitment To You

Naramore custom handcrafted furniture is built one piece at a time to withstand the rigors of everyday use. It is  fully guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the original owner. Each piece is signed to authenticate its origin and craftsmanship so Naramore originals get passed on to future generations as valued antiques.

Crating And Shipping

Crating furniture for shipment is usually required and is done in my shop. I believe no one is more qualified or motivated to protect your investment. A price for crating, if required, will be quoted at the signing of the contract.

I suggest shipping by air freight with full insurance coverage which will usually see your crate arrive in less than a week. Surface shipment from Hawaii is slightly cheaper but usually the time spent in transit exposes the item to greater risk of damage and outweighs added expense.

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