We can make custom furniture
We design and make all manner of things for all sorts of people and businesses. From simple flat-pack display stands for a market stall right through to entire shop fit-outs, home joinery and commercial furniture.
Thinking about a special something for home? We can work with you to create something unique that suits your home or you design vision. We don’t need much, a napkin sketch is a great place to start… Depending on your budget we can modify one or our designs or work with you on one of yours.
Just submit the quote form and we’ll be in touch to arrange a quote or schedule a meeting depending on the complexity of your idea.
A custom version of The Shelves we did for a client in Victoria.
We also manufacture to commercial volumes, and have significant experience with past projects around Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide. We are always happy collaborating, so if you have project team we can work alongside architects, shop-fitters or other specialists to produce custom versions or sizes of Like Butter product. We can also develop new specialised items with your team, including design and fabrication from early concept.Contact us today on for a discussion, or submit the quote form and we’ll be in touch.
Keen on our support with an overall fit-out? Read more about our Shop Fitting service here.
Submitting a quote
In order for us to quote your custom jobs quickly, please complete the form below. One of our team members will respond ASAP and help guide you through the process of commissioning your custom piece.
Some things to consider:
- Deciding on a budget is tricky and we completely understand! All we can say is, it's incredibly helpful if you can have at least a rough budget ready to discuss with us. This can save a great deal of time and help us design and specify a result that is more likely to succeed, and fit your purpose.
- If you have no experience commissioning custom furniture and really don't know where to start with budget, or design... that's absolutely fine, we can help you determine a starting range.
- One thing that can help, is looking through the prices of some of our standard products, determining a budget base-point. From there, assume that custom stuff will always be a bit more, because of the design time and the simple fact that making one-off pieces is more time-consuming than product we can repeat develop a process for.
A custom piece we did for a client who wanted a 'matte' look plywood on black steel.