I’m pretty sure you’ve often heard the term – Custom Furniture. Below we would like to explain what this really means for us – for the SFD brand.
In everything we do we stick to a coherent idea – to create a timeless product with a stunning design, respecting the environment. For this purpose, we use only strictly selected solid wood, which we protect with eco – oils. Coatings covering metal parts are also environmentally friendly. All furniture is hand-made by incredibly talented craftsmen – people full of passion, who really enjoy their work. Most importantly, it is not mass production – we approach each order individually. If you need to change something in a design, just let us know – we want you to feel like someone special.
That’s how we understand the Custom Furniture, and for us it’s more than just a compilation of two popular words.
this is all giving us a sense and thrust of our work.
I hope you think the same way
Custom Furniture from SFD Skandinavisk Möbeldesign:
✓ Specially selected unique materials (certified wood)
✓ In harmony with nature (we use oly eco-friendly oils and paints)
✓ Furniture produced by experienced craftsmen with great skills and passion
✓ Natural wood features such as rings, knots, shade variations etc.
✓ Your needs are most important to us. We are focused to understand your individual expectations
✓ Every piece is a story… (NOT mass production)
SFD Skandinavisk Möbeldesign
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