First impressions are everything. The leasing office of The Halsten at Chauncey Lane needed furniture to reflect the quality and luxury of its apartments.
In a world where you can dream it, pin it, or go old-school and sketch it on an actual napkin — the need to personalize furniture to meet the diverse needs of today’s public spaces is gaining popularity. However, there are many challenges when specifying custom products. Read more to see how we tackle these challenges.