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Building Mockups of Your Design for Clients

Building Mockups of Your Design for Clients

In this video, I show how I built a profile mockup of the edge treatment, so the client can visualize what their piece is going to look like with different edge bevels. I also want them to get an idea of what the two-tone stain was going to look like.

I don’t mock up all my projects, I feel out how the conversation is going and listen to their concerns. If a concern can be addressed with a stain sample or mock-up, I will build the mock-up. This extra time alleviates stress during the project and builds confidence with the client as well as me that the project is going to turn out awesome. How to build models and mockups is the theme today.

A Few Notable Tools I Used

General Finishes Die Stain

Festool Domino

Woodworker II


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I’m the owner of Benham Design Concepts, a mixed media art studio where I design and build custom furniture and other works of art using wood, glass, stone, and various metals.
In this blog, I talk about the art I create, my journey, and the things I learn along the way.

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