Find Custom Furniture in New York City with “Location Search”
Seeing your personal vision for your furniture take shape at the hands of a master craftsperson is an amazing experience that you can only get when you go custom. CustomMade artisans will take the time to understand exactly what you want for your project, and that connection between the consumer and artisan is what ensures that your custom furniture will be a wise investment.
CustomMade strives to bring consumers and custom artisans together online. You can browse categories and galleries and find examples of custom furniture by makers from across the Unites States and Canada who work in myriad styles. If you can find and do business with a CustomMade artisan near your hometown, however, your experience may be even more rewarding. You will be supporting local small businesses and making a more environmentally friendly purchase (and saving on shipping in the process).
You will also get the chance to meet your maker face to face.
With CustomMade’s “Location Search,” you can find local custom furniture makers and other artisans near you with just a click on your city or state. Let’s take a look at some of the CustomMade artisans you can find in the five boroughs of the Big Apple, New York City.
Ksenia Sidorova and Oxana Shishlova create fantastic metal art from recycled keys. The modern metal chair, “Mister Key,” was made from 743 brass keys welded with silver. Let these artisans make a one-of-a-kind decorative piece for your home or business. If your custom art should ever need restoration and you live in the greater New York City area, the artisans can do the work at your location.
Jonah Zuckerman works closely with his clients and combines “a love for experimentation, respect for modern design, and trust in traditional furniture-making techniques” to create wonderful custom furniture that is truly functional art. While this slab trestle table’s “calculated subtleties and carefully considered proportions” give it a distinctive look, the dimensions of the table and the location of the trestle supports can be customized to accommodate the customer’s chairs.
Are you interested in a classic American design with a twist? Nick and Mark Wu and Amato’s “Antipode” is an Adirondack chair with a metal seat and wooden fasteners. For handmade custom furniture that combines a sense of play with tradition, contact these artisans.
This versatile coffee table with nesting benches was custom designed to provide additional seating, tables, or footstools as needed. If you’d like a similar piece or need another versatile custom furniture solution, contact the artisan, Agnes Gould.
Custom cabinet and furniture maker Stan Loskot specializes in marquetry and the use of exotic materials like shagreen and parchment. You can see his artistry in this Art Deco parchment top table, made with parchment, Karelian burl, Macassar ebony, and brushed oak.
Your neighborhood artisans are online. Whether you’re a native New Yorker or a newcomer, a custom aficionado or just browsing, take a stroll through CustomMade’s galleries with a “Location Search” for New York City and make a connection with local custom furniture makers for your next project.