CAJÉ Cafe Santa Barbara

Keefrider Custom Furniture

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434 E Haley St C
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
(805) 617-3342

Hours: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

BEGINNING YOUR CUSTOM PROJECT

Having a custom piece designed and built is an exciting and creative journey. Here you'll find some information on our process, how to begin, and some answers to frequently asked questions.

WHY KEEFRIDER

Keefrider Custom Furniture Chest

Every piece of furniture we create in our shop is an original, born of your unique vision, developed by our experienced and innovative designers, and brought to life through the hands of our skilled and devoted craftspeople. We don't have assembly lines or factories or pre-fabricated parts. When you work with Keefrider, the hand you shake at your first meeting will be the hand that designs and builds your piece, from scratch, right here in our Santa Barbara workshop. 

We've been making custom designed fine furniture for almost 20 years. The first rule in building a quality piece of furniture is choosing quality materials. Every piece we build begins by hand-picking hardwoods from sustainably harvested sources all over the world. Next, we take our time to use traditional handcrafted joinery paired with modern precision tools to build a piece without compromises. Our high-quality stains and finishes are applied by hand, providing a beautiful and durable final touch. 

We take pride as well as pleasure in our work, and it shows in every Keefrider piece. 

QUALITY FURNITURE IS SUSTAINABLE FURNITURE

Keefrider Custom Furniture Table

Every piece is made using the highest quality sustainable materials, and meticulously handcrafted to an obsessively high standard. All of our joinery is custom designed and built using both traditional hand tools and modern, precision machines to create works of art that stand the test of time both in style and function. Our collaborative relationships with other local Santa Barbara artists, such as metal and glass workers, allow us to produce pieces incorporating a variety of materials for both ornamental and structural elements. 

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