Know What Is The Difference Between Planned And Tailored Furniture

Produced from the same raw materials, the two modes differ for other furniture items. Check out what are they

Who chooses to plan home furniture often search for beauty and practicality, combined with the personalisation of environments according to your need, profile and available space.

To meet this demand, the market offers various options of planned furniture and bespoke furniture. Both can be adapted to any project, large or small, however, choose between one and the other depends on a lot of the time what you are willing to wait and the money that you can invest.

Differences

When the furniture chosen is size means that the professional will design it based on accurate measurement of the property, starting from zero. In this format, each piece has a specific cut to fit exactly in the spaces. The technique to measure allows furniture to be worked out in more detail, with more elaborate frames, plus fill in all spaces, according to dictfurniture.

Already the planned mobile consists of a standard modulation measurements. That is, for a project are used prefabricated modules in standard dimensions that fit each other, being finalized with trim pieces. “The planned Mobile works with the manufacture of modulated, that is, all the parts are made in standard measures. From the pieces already determined by the factory, the stores are developing the project, drawing through computerized programs, “explains Daniela Smith, architect.

Both the planned mobile as the cabinet size have as basic raw material wood panels produced from pine or eucalyptus, reforestation areas. Before closing the deal is important to verify the origin of the company with which you choose to work, in order to confirm whether they are conducted in a way that is environmentally correct. “Hire a solid company, that provides hardware warranty of quality, differentiated for each material and post-sale finish makes a big difference to avoid hassles in the future,” according to the marketing director of Marel Planned Furniture, Bheema Scheuer.

For the architect Carla Kiss, used to working with bespoke furniture, one of the main advantages of this type of mobile is the possibility of a cabinet maker create special details as moldings, moldings differentiated and clippings, since it produces parts individually, following the steps of each space. “If the project requires special measures, non-standard depths, cutouts for columns and pillars, the Cabinet will suit every need perfectly,” he explains. However, the customization of the environments in the minutest detail can make the price higher.

Delivery times

Whereas bespoke furniture are designed individually for each person or family, both in design and manufacturing, they need an extension to be produced.

The process of buying and implementation of planned furniture (involving since the visit to the store until the completion of the Assembly) can take, on average, 45 days (15 days for the development of the project and 30 days for delivery and execution).

To have greater understanding of the market, tailored furniture developed separately and only for cabinetmaking may demand more time, around 60 days. For any one of the choices is necessary to plan the whole process with a certain advance.

Ease in the resale of the property furnished

According to Daniela Soares, some properties are generally sold more quickly when they are already furnished with furniture designed and/or size: “the project ready helps people who cannot imagine the property furnished and feel unsafe to make the choice of new furniture,” he explains.