Why Design Your Own Furniture?

July 8, 2021  ·  4 min read  ·  Reviewed by Sarah Zubowski

Have you ever wanted to design your own furniture? When you work with Living Designs Furniture, it’s a more practical and easier option than you might think.

After being in the manufacturing industry for over 40 years, we know the frustrations of furniture shopping — you love that sofa, but it’s not the right color. That loveseat would look amazing in your living room but it’s not the right size. Choosing custom furniture allows you to choose your dimensions, colors, and accents for a finished piece that perfectly suits your home. 

If you have an idea of what furniture pieces you’d love in your home, but just can’t seem to find the perfect match, we’ve got you covered. Or, need to get inspired to find the perfect furniture for your home? We have a showroom with the latest trends and designs to help inspire you as well! The furniture experts at Living Designs Furniture can help you design your own furniture with the highest quality craftsmanship at lower prices. Let us bring your vision to life with expert-level service that makes customizable furniture a breeze.

How can you design your own furniture?

You don’t have to be a design expert to be able to design your own furniture. Because all of our furniture is made in our on-site factory, our skilled craftsmen with an eye for interior design will help you design and build your own furniture exactly how you want it in three easy steps:

  1. Find your style: Whether you have a lengthy Pinterest board of ideas or need a little inspiration, our showroom is full of sofas, sectionals, and more to help you find styles that suit you. If you have any questions including “What is the best fabric for a sofa?” our experts will be able to navigate you through the selection process.
  2. Crafting your furniture: Let us know what piece(s) you’re looking to create and their function along with the specific measurements. With your vision as our guide, our team handmakes your furniture to your specifications on-site at our factory in Houston.
  3. Bring your vision to life: Once your customizable furniture is built, we deliver and set up your new piece(s) in your home. 

It’s that simple. We will work with you to create the perfect custom furniture for your lifestyle needs and personal style. A few of our custom furniture options include:

  • Fabric
  • The shape and design
  • Cushion feel
  • Back support 
  • Length and width 
  • And more! 

From living rooms to bedroom pieces, here are just a few examples of the types of furniture our experts at Living Designs Furniture can help you design:

  • Sofas: We can help you build a sofa in Houston that you’ll love to lounge on.
  • Sectionals: Get the perfect piece that fits your exact space for the whole family to enjoy. 
  • Accent Chairs: Make a statement in your home that truly represents your style.
  • Headboards: Who said headboards have to be boring? 
  • Pet Furniture: Create the most beautiful furniture for your furry friend.
  • Patio Furniture: We now offer an exclusive new line to fit your outdoor entertaining dreams!  

Design Your Own Furniture with Living Designs Furniture

Why design your own furniture? Well, the answer is simple: save money, cater to your space, and showcase your taste.

As Houston’s premier factory direct furniture store, we’re in the business of building you your dream furniture, not just selling it to you. Living Designs Furniture cuts out the middleman and distribution costs that make other Houston furniture stores so expensive, enabling us to offer every piece of furniture we create at factory direct prices that put unique, high-quality furniture within reach for all. 

We believe that furniture should be as unique as the person using it. When you choose to build your own furniture with us, you’ll receive a piece of furniture that represents you with the help of our skilled craftsmen. 

Visit our Houston showroom today or call 713-921-5098 to speak with a designer today. Your dream furniture awaits!

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