In a nutshell, you shop for the furniture that you would like to buy and choose a local maker to build it for you. If there isn’t a local maker available, you can also choose to build the furniture yourself by purchasing our detailed build plans that walk you through the entire process step-by-step. If you aren’t a woodworker, you can always ask your uncle Bob or a woodworker friend to build it for you 🙂
Every maker on our maker team operates independently and is free to set their own prices for fabrication, finishing, and delivery. This helps create a free market, competition, and ensures that you’re getting the best price for your local market. It’s likely that there will be some variability of material options, finishing options, and custom work from one maker to the next, which can also affect the price. So be sure to take a close look at the product descriptions, features, and ratings of each product that you’re considering to help with your purchasing decision.
Absolutely! We’re just getting started and kicking things off with the Lift Bridge Standing Desk, Rolling Monitor Stand, and Inversion Chair. As we grow and build our global network of makers, we plan on adding new furniture designs for office furniture, tables, chairs, workbenches, and everything in between.
Our build plans and build videos are highly detailed and have a very specific process that details how our furniture should be built in order to maintain a high level of quality. Our makers are independent business owners and professionals that care deeply about their craft. They want you to be happy just as much as we do and ultimately, they want your repeat business. We firmly believe that our makers wouldn’t want to ship or deliver something that they weren’t proud of, but if for some reason the quality doesn’t meet your expectations, please let us know and we’ll work with the builder to make it right.
Yes. Every maker has their contact information listed in their store section on our web site and you’re free to contact them with any questions that you may have. While it’s good to discuss any applicable logistics such as shipping or delivery details, please try to keep communications to a minimum and allow the maker the time necessary to craft and ship your furniture.
All orders for Lift Bridge Furniture are required to go through the liftbridgefurniture.com web site. Completing a sale of Lift Bridge Furniture outside of the liftbridgefurniture.com platform is a direct violation of our Maker Policy and will result in the maker losing his or her commercial license to build Lift Bridge Furniture. If you would like to place another furniture order through the same maker, please submit another order through liftbridgefurniture.com.
No worries! Some makers will ship to locations outside of their local area. If you find a product or maker that’s outside your local area, add the product to your shopping cart and start the checkout process to see if there are any shipping options available. Each maker sets their own shipping zones and shipping options so this will vary from maker to maker. Of course, you also have the option of purchasing the plans and building the furniture yourself if you wish.
Yes! All of our independent makers have agreed to guarantee their craftsmanship and offer a two-month warranty on any manufacturing or material defects with their products. This warranty is limited to normal use of the furniture and does not cover damage due to excessive or improper use. Our makers have agreed to repair or replace any manufacturing or material defects during this two-month warranty period at the maker’s discretion.
- Damage identified as carrier or installer related
- Normal wear and tear of wood products during course of ownership
- Color, grain, or texture of natural wood materials, laminates, and other covering materials
- Damages or failures resulting from misuse, abuse, negligence, improper care, modifications, or relocation.
- “Ghost” indentations and similar damage caused by the failure to use appropriate desk or writing pads.
- Damages to seating products caused by contact with tables, desks, or other surfaces.
- Textiles (which may be subject to a separate warranty from the textile manufacturer)
All Warranty Claims are subject to Maker-approved inspections.