Turnaround times may vary during particularly busy periods, however, we generally deliver products within the following time frames:
1-2 week for stock items (legs, brackets, cable trays etc)
3-6 weeks for flat panels (desktops, shelves etc)
4-8 weeks for flat panels with parts (desk with legs, shelves with brackets etc)
5-10 weeks for 3d products (complete desks, storage etc)
6-12 weeks for multiple products / large orders
Please note the turnaround time is from approval of drawings and NOT the order date.
Our delivery methods include both a standard courier services and a private courier service.
A standard courier service (DPD, TNT etc.) is usually used to deliver smaller items with a weight limit of 30kg and a maximum length of 1.5m per parcel. A delivery can comprise multiple parcels with no limit on total weight.
A private courier service is usually used to deliver larger or heavier items. This could be where one of your parcels is more than the 30kg limit, the 1.5m maximum length or for orders with a large number of items.
Both our delivery services are usually made by one person and is a front door delivery only. Therefore if you order includes a large item you may be required to provide some help to the driver.
For our private courier, we can only offer limited dates. Also, please note that delivery restrictions may apply for addresses in some locations (i.e. the far corners of UK).
All of our products have been designed to enable easy self-assembly and instructions are provided.
However, should you require help, an assembly service is available. This can be found as a selection on the product pages. Please note, availability of this service is subject to order size and location.
Minimalism is at the core of our brand. All of our 3d products use an assembly/connection method which is both strong and discrete.
The Festool Domino connection system allows us to utilise the same construction concept across all our products. All that is required to assemble our products is an Allen Key and a basic understanding of the system. Then it's just a case of putting your panels together in the correct order.