Our Philosophy


What makes us different from other furniture design and interior design companies is our desire to create a collaborative process.

Everything in your house was built collaboratively between you and a builder, why shouldn't the furniture, in your home, follow the same process? Each piece is a completely custom build, brought to life by your unique tastes. No two pieces we build will ever be the same.

Our Process


1.) Assessment

We begin with what our client wants or likes. The request is reviewed by our team and a dialogue is opened. Shortly after a general outline is developed, we ask a client to provide a budget range.* Our communication style and frequency is built around the client, (email, phone, text, in person), but we prefer a collaborative approach to produce the finest finished pieces.

If a client is within a reasonable distance, we encourage an in person meeting to evaluate the space and make design suggestions based on the space and other items within the home. If, a client is located outside of a reasonable driving distance, we ask for pictures of the space from multiple angles and again make every effort to make sure that our work functions within your space.

* Budget is a complicated thing. We like to start with your budget range. Even if your budget is below our typical threshold, we can often make recommendations to bring our numbers closer together. 

2.) Build Reviews

The project begins. As the build progresses, unlike most manufacturers, we survey our clients and keep them in the loop with every single design choice and every single step of the process.  Much like the small decisions that are made during a home construction project, the little things matter. Typically when we buy finished pieces of furniture we don't think about the small details that create the final product. We make you aware of those nuances and explain the potential pro's and con's of those decisions, so that you can make an informed decision. 

For us, we like to design throughout the process. We may start with a good idea of how we are going to build something and how it is going to be executed. However, all too often, once we procure materials or begin mocking up a design, new ideas come to light, or we see things in the materials that lead us in a better design direction. 

3.) Completion & Delivery

Upon build completion and a customer approval, delivery options are arranged.

Single Batch Designs works with several shipping and freight companies and will always seek out the best rates.

Thank you,

John Batchelor