Custom Process Flow How will it be used (Function)What size (Proportion)Who will use (customize)What should it look like (style)Where will it be placed (environ)What visual impact should it have (compliment or contrast existing environment)Detail questions1) What is it - Table (Dining, coffee), desk, bed, cabinet (kitchen, bathroom), headboard, dresser, nested tables, end table2) What are the dimensions- Height/Width/Depth, Standard measurements or custom ( I have recommended sizes by types of furniture that I can share)3) Function/location - Suitable for the task, who is using, capacity. Optimized: other functions that should be considered. Durability: stress, exposure4) Style: Mission - emphasizes simple horizontal and vertical lines, flat panels that accentuate the grain. Shaker - clean lines, tapered legs, and minimalist design, Country - primitive furniture with muted colors, milk paint finish, Rustic - a style that is rough, natural, aged, and casualOther5) Wood Material: Walnut, Cherry, Maple, Oak, Ash6) Construction: Solid/Plank, Panel/Frame, Plywood/veneer7) Fasteners/joinery/hardware: Mechanical devices used (yes or no), Blind mortises, Thru tenons, Hidden/Exposed (Hinges, drawer pulls, etc.)8) Embellishments: Edges, Ends, Details/inlay9) Finish: Danish or Tung Oil, Shellac (natural), Milk PaintPhoneThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.