We are entering a new era of eclecticism in interior design. People who are serious about their living environment are turning to designer craftsman to create unique items of furniture to suit their precise needs and enhance the aesthetic ambience of their home and workplace. By its nature, this ndividualistic trend cannot be served by the normal retail infrastructure and it can be difficult to access makers and their products. Bespoke resolves this problem by supplying the details of 190 leading makers, the galleries and exhibitions that display their work and an explanation of the typical commissioning process. On a room by room basis, a wide variety of individual maker's work is shown to give the reader an idea of their different styles.