A well designed piece of furniture that pleases aesthetically, enhances a home, complements its environment and brings pleasure to its owner and to those who see it and use it, is our aim.
We produce drawings for approval, both as technical plans and elevations and hand drawn visuals, prior to a commission going into production. Clients then have an opportunity to consider and make any changes necessary. Final drawings are then made for approval before signing off.
The making of your commission will then commence. We invite our clients to come and see their project in at our workshop in Ruan Minor.
How do you commission a piece of furniture or a kitchen?
Your first point of contact will be with Ian Cox who is a co-director of the company. Ian will meet with you either at the Rozen workshop/showroom, or at your home. He will listen to your requirements and take a brief from you. Ian will project manage your commission, liaising with the designers and cabinet makers who will ultimately be making your commission.
Your project will go through the following stages...
We will take your brief, which will include making suggestions, inspiring your ideas, and suggesting how your individual design ideas can be incorporated successfully.
From your brief we will produce basic technical drawings, hand drawn visuals and an initial quote. We will make suggestions on woods, materials, finishes, etc.
At our second meeting with you, we will go through the drawings and quote and note any changes you would like made. Should there be changes, we will supply new drawings.
Once you have chosen Rozen to make your furniture, we will secure your commission by way of a deposit.
Production of your project will commence. One of our senior makers will visit your home or site to take final measurements. He/she will liaise with Ian Cox, part-director of Rozen, or a member of the design team.
You will be invited to the workshop to view your project being made. Ian or your dedicated designer will meet with you to discuss final touches such as handles, finish and colour.
Once the piece is ready for delivery and fitting, the senior maker will accompany the project and brief the fitter on the installation.
When the completed work is in situ, Ian or your designer will make a final visit to ensure everything is up to our high standards before signing it off, ready for you to enjoy.