Bespoke commissions by StuART

If you like my style but can't find the perfect piece, why not commission something bespoke?

From a blank canvas, together we create the perfect piece for your space

A commission is the best way to get the perfect piece for 'your space'.  

 

Only you know the image you want, the colours you like and in particular the size and style that will work in your particular space.

By engaging in a commission with me, we work together all the way through the creation process so that you really feel it is your piece.

Prices will vary with scale and complexity and  would be c. 20% premium to a currently available piece of a similar size and style.

The process is laid out below using an example from a Holiday home in the Cotswolds...

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Step 1. We define the brief together

We'll meet to discuss what you want - you may have a detailed design or simply a bright idea, together we will define want you want, thinking about colours, size, style, location to really make your space sing!  I normally make quick sketches and take photographs to get a real feeling for the project together.

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Step 2. StuART develops a design scamp

I get my felt tips out and draw out what your commission could be like, we work this until we have a plan we are happy with, agree a price and then I set to work

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Step 3. Let work commence...

I'll develop the piece(s) keeping you updated with pictures via WhatsApp so that we can share thoughts as the pieces develop and make changes if we need to - I always encourage feedback!

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Step 4. Final sign off

When I think we are complete I will check in that you are happy before final finishing

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Step 5. Delivery (& Hanging)

I'll get the pieces couriered or deliver them personally, if you need help with hanging I can always help with that too.

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Step 6. Sit back and enjoy it...

Admire your special, bespoke, one of a kind masterpiece

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Some inspiration from previous commissions & sales

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