Along with their standard furniture, collections Mortice & Tenon provides a high-end custom furniture and joinery service that can bring any design concept to life.
February 4th, 2014
Working through the conceptual process with designers and retail clients allows the team to exercise their well developed skills in range of styles, manufacturing processes and traditional furniture making techniques.
In the bespoke furniture and architectural joinery divisions, Mortice & Tenon’s primary goal is to understand clients’ true needs. The team are committed to finding the perfect balance of form and function at a level of quality that is locally produced and unique in the market.
For more information examples of our work see Mortice & Tenon’s bespoke furniture and joinery galleries.
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