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"The Katara is a Mid-Century Modern style coffee table. Coming in a variety of color schemes, the Katara is maintains a sleek, refined minimalism to its design by providing hidden storage space with a lower shelf. The open ends allow items to be accessed from all sides, making the table an extension of the room rather than a barrier in the middle of it. The piece draws its name from one of D'Andre's favorite television characters."
I've been wanting a new kitchen table for a long time, but could never find what I was looking for. I shared my vision with D'Andre, and he made it happen!
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Custom Order Process
1. Intake Form
The best way to get your custom piece started is to fill out a client intake form. All it requires is your contact information along with an indication of what you are looking for.
After answering our simple preliminary questions, our Communications manager will coordinate a consultation with you.
Consultation includes a phone or video chat that will provide a screen share of visual examples and design ideas.
No In-Person consultations due to COVID-19 regulations.
3. Design Review
Utilizing notes from your initial consultation, D'Andre Furniture will begin to create preliminary sketches of your future art.
4. Pricing & Revisions
Once your design choices are finalized, D'Andre Furniture will provide an estimate of your piece(s) along with a projected timeline.
All review details are final & accepted estimates are sealed with written service agreements.
5. Project Start
The adventure finally begins!! D'Andre Furniture will keep you constantly updated with important milestones along the journey.
More About D'andre
"D’Andre’s furniture building is an inherited trade that spans three generations. His grandfather was the reliable handyman for his small town. These skills were passed on to D’Andre’s father, a DIY Carpenter who normalized the expectation of custom building in D’Andre’s life, having D’Andre assist him in projects such as building an entire new master bedroom for his mother.
After graduating from the University of Texas, D'Andre began living and working in Austin. Wanting to continue his family trade, but not yet owning his own home, D'Andre took to building furniture as a means to practice design until he was able to expand to bigger home renovation projects like he had done with his father. D'Andre began by making various 'DIY hacks' for his own living space, and doing small projects for his friends whenever there was a need, both of which would combine into a snowball effect that led to what is D'Andre Furniture."