Furniture Manufacturing Techniques
Traditional upholstery techniques date back to the 18th Century. As bespoke furniture manufacturers, Lugo still embraces many such skills, coupled with modern furniture manufacturing techniques, to ensure that our furniture is of high quality and built to last.
Lugo is based within an area of the Midlands that is particularly rich in high quality suppliers to the upholstery trade. Everything including webbing, linings, threads, castors, foam, and piping is readily available to us in the immediate vicinity.
Although most of our bespoke furniture is both designed and produced in-house using traditional upholstery manufacturing methods, Lugo also offers its clients a particularly extensive choice of frame designs. These are supplemented in high numbers via strategic supplier relationships which have been forged over many years with high quality and well respected chair frame-makers in Italy, Portugal, and Spain. Naturally, such raw frames are subject to our own extremely high quality standards.
Our frame joints are glued, screwed, and dowelled for strength and stability before being polished, upholstered and thereafter despatched by the Lugo team. Being able to offer our clients such an extensive portfolio allows us to address most hospitality design briefs and budgets, so your bespoke furniture designs can be made exactly to your specification, on time, every time.