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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have some questions about 57NORTHPLANK?  Here are some topics to help drill down into helpful information.

Tailored Sizing

Q. For tailored furniture how precise are you able to make the pieces to the dimensions that work best for my home?

A. We guarantee that each piece of furniture will deviate no more than 1/4” from what you requested.

Q. Is there a difference between tailored sized and custom sized?

A. No, we at 57NorthPlank use the two phrases interchangeably.

Q. Does it cost to have my furniture tailored in size?

A. We charge $50.00 to have your furniture piece custom sized. This will be credited to your purchase once you are ready to order.

Q. Are there size limitations to what you can custom make for my home?

A. Yes, every piece is different. Depending on the use of drawers, doors, the thickness of woods along with other factors we can only size our furniture within specific dimensions. Talk to us at 57NorthPlank, and we can help you find the size and options that work best for you.

Q. How long does it take 57NorthPlank to design my custom sized piece?

A. Once 57NorthPlank has all the information we need from you it generally takes us 1-2 business days.

Q. How will I know exactly what my custom sized piece will look?

A. We will email you line drawings of your furniture with many of the dimensions clearly shown in the drawings.

Q. How do I approve of the design once I am happy with it?

A. You will be asked to electronically sign your name several times on a form that includes the design and dimensions for your tailored size furniture piece.

Q. Do custom sized pieces take longer to make?

A. No, every piece of furniture, whether it is a standard sized piece or a custom tailored piece should take no more than 12 days for us to manufacture from the time it has been paid for.


Let’s start with a quick consultation with one of our experts.  Tell us a little more about your custom project below, and we will reach out to you very shortly.

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