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Every piece of Acorn furniture is handcrafted to last, with careful care and maintenance your pieces will last well into the future. Refer to our furniture care page for more information on how to maintain your furniture.Learn more
All of our furniture is handcrafted to order and can be customised upon request. This includes a range of sizes, configurations, timber finishes, handles and design details. Our in-house product designers and CAD specialists can work with you to modify your specific piece and ensure it will remain fit for purpose and functional. Contact us to discuss any customisation you would like to explore.Contact us
At Acorn Furniture we manufacture our furniture in our own factories in Motueka, Tasman in New Zealand. Our team of experienced and skilled artisans take pride and great care in handcrafting your personalised furniture. With full scale solid timber and upholstery factories, we control all the processes from design to delivery, offering you full peace of mind.About us
Our specialist team are more than happy to arrange a design consultation to understand the scope of the project, put forward product recommendations and assist in selecting fit for purpose designs that meet the design intent. Once the preferred furniture pieces are identified, we can arrange for viewing of the samples in person. Our in house product designers and CAD specialists can also visualise the designs in a specific colour combination if required. Contact us to find out more.Contact us
At Acorn, every piece of furniture is crafted with care, and crafted for care. We are committed to reducing our environmental footprint. We partner with suppliers with environmental certifications in their respective fields and implement several sustainable initiatives throughout our factory and offices. For more information around our sustainability practices, materials and waste management view our sustainability page.Learn more
Every piece is intentionally designed by our in house design team to be practical and functional. This involves starting with the intended ergonomics of the piece, understanding how users will interact with it and what function we need to deliver. From there, our team reverse engineer the structure to deliver the intended function, whilst balancing aesthetics and the overall form. Over the last 20 years we have developed and refined our design guidelines for various spaces and applications, including specific back angles, lumbar support, seat proportions, foam combinations etc.