"You dropped off a couple of Cape Cod chairs for me yesterday in Nanaimo. I just wanted to let you know that we had our first backyard fire with them last night...and were absolutely thrilled with the comfort and quality of them. Thank you very much. We would recommend your products to anyone..however I think they speak for themselves. We will surely be getting some footstools to compliment them in the future. Cheers."
- Bill Gilfoy
A 'Bouquet' in the Comox valley Echo, Friday, July 20, 2010:
"Thanks to Brian and Judy Bloomfield for creating and delivering a beautiful cedar loveseat to our home just in time for a big BBQ. The custom work is beautiful and we're proud this will be a spotlilght on our property. It is with anticipation that life slow down just a bit so we have thime to sit in it more often, since it's as comfortable as it is attactive! This will be an heirloom for sure!" - Carolyn and Steve Touhey, Two Eagles Lodge and B&B, Union Bay
“I can personally attest to the quality of your furniture. We were so excited when we received 2 chairs from you as a wedding gift. That was 17 years ago and we are still enjoying them every summer. They are our favorite place to sit at the lake and they are always admired by our relatives and friends.” - Louise
“Your two chairs still sit on the deck, pointed at the glacier and they haven't required any oil changes or plugs or paint or anything. I might bog a cup holder into them to avoid spillage but they are still in the same shape 10 years or so in the weather.” - David Nilson
“We've enjoyed the loveseat Brian made for us 27 yrs now. I am thinking I might paint it one day but no upkeep is pretty nice - therefore I'll ponder that one a little longer - maybe another 27 yrs. After 12 yrs of having the West Coast Chairs and table, I finally painted them as they remain under cover in a sheltered area. Those chairs will outlive us!” - Melanie Morley
“I still have my old chair from about 16 years ago, getting pretty worn etc (I haven’t done a thing to it protection wise) but it is still hanging in there. My favourite.” - Jenny Christmas