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Brian Baird - B. Baird Furniture Maker
Brian Baird - B. Baird Furniture Maker

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From his workshop in a converted barn in the Ayrshire countryside, Brian Baird designs and makes unique pieces of traditional and contemporary handcrafted furniture. Inspired by the understated style of Arts and Crafts furniture and the perfectly balanced proportions of Japanese carpentry, Brian marries form and function with a meticulous attention to detail to produce pieces of exquisite craftsmanship and beauty.

His furniture style is defined by the natural beauty of the wood, mixing timbers and using construction details as an integral part of the design.

In addition, he offers a bespoke cabinet making service, designing built in bookcases, alcoves, etc. in natural wood or hand painted finishes.

B Baird Furniture was established in 1997. Brian has undertaken a wide range of commissions from both private and corporate clients and has exhibited widely in galleries and exhibitions throughout the UK. Brian's son, John, joined the business in 2004 and, having completed his training, is now producing his own body of work while working alongside his father in the business.

Commissions are welcomed from private, public and corporate clients and have ranged from small items of furniture through to complete room schemes, all crafted to the same high standards and tailor-made to individual specifications.

Year Established: 1997

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