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Designing a record console is only a keystroke, a phone call, or an email away. Whether you’re a person who is nostalgic for that heirloom look and classic sound, or you’re a luxury interior designer searching for the one piece of furniture that your client really wants to have, we at LUNO got you covered. We collaborate with you from the very beginning.
Today we’ll discuss the first part of process of designing a record console: DESIGN
1-Talk to us for free…on one condition: We’re not lawyers who will charge you hundreds of dollars just for a chat. You can tell us what you want, what you need, and the style you’re looking for. If you have images of items that you saw online or in a magazine, share them with us. We have our own collection of inspirational examples that we can also share with you. Don’t forget to share your musical style and tastes, because you are after all designing a record console. If you can tell us your vision in less than 30 minutes, the initial consultation is free. What’s the condition? If your initial consultation takes longer than 30 minutes, then we have to charge you like lawyers. Think of it as a retainer that will go towards the final purchase price of your design.
2 – Things don’t stay sketchy for long: After we take all of your ideas, inspirations, and information from the initial consultation, we quickly move to the next step. We take the sketches from the consultation and turn them into detailed drawings and renderings. The detailed drawings help us handcraft your piece right in Los Angeles, and give you an idea of the craftsmanship involved in making it. The renderings give you an idea of what the final product will look like, and even how it may look in your space. We may show you multiple options for your approval. But if you don’t want any drawings nor renderings, you don’t need to buy them.
3 – We yearn for your validation: Once you approve the option that you want, we will present you with a more substantial proposal and a more accurate estimation of the cost of your custom piece. At this point, you’re halfway on your journey to designing a record console, so a deposit of 50% is required.
Want to design your own record console today? Do it here.