AS furniture makers, we’re often the last ones into our clients’ projects. And working on our own house over the last year, I’ve developed an acute understanding of the process it takes to get a project ready for the furniture. Often our work is pushed back due to delays. It’s safe to say I can sympathise with the time things take – whether it’s bricklaying or plastering, I’ve had a go at it all. Our house is far from complete and I’ve come to appreciate that while our commercial clients can’t work to open-ended projects, the rest of us should try to accept that a project is as much about the journey as the destination.
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