Custom Design

Moving, redecorating or building?

Choosing the right furnishings for your home can be a tiresome exercise.

Sears Morton’s FREE custom design service sets us apart from other retailers.

Having a comprehensive range of furniture options is important, specifically made in Tasmania timbers, but enabling you the client to alter designs even create an idea with our qualified team from scratch which gives you the ultimate choice.

In a market place that has limited choices through large outlets Sears Morton has specialised in customising Tassie Timber Furniture in a niche area utilising sustainable timbers.

Timbers such as blackwood, oak, myrtle, blackheart sassafras, celery even red gum are turned finely crafted pieces so that unique made to measure furniture piece that’s a perfect fit for your home.

The team at Sears are tremendous at working with clients in utilising all options to create functional furniture for their clients and once a year our Tassie timber manufactures travel to the Canberra store.

Over the course of a long weekend they meet old and new clients to discuss their furniture needs ,this concept known as “Meet the Makers” brings the craftsman to the client.

“Customising Quality not Quantity since 1959”Tony Ayres Founder of Tassie Timbers

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    Dining

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    Entertainment

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    Bedroom

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    Sideboards

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    Occasional

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    Office

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