Traditional carpentry furniture

In the traditional woodworking section of Baiards, each piece is an expression of craftsmanship. Whether for home or commerce, it offers a wide range of furniture designed and built with noble woods and traditional woodworking techniques, which are clearly reflected in joining methods and finishing. Each piece of furniture reflects a passion for preserving and celebrating the authenticity of traditional carpentry, recreating our history, and complementing your space with the unique charm of traditional woodworking.

Fine wood furniture, the essential raw material

Fine woods such as oak, chestnut, and Flemish pine are the cornerstone of craftsmanship at Baiards. These fine woods not only add a sense of warmth and solidity to the décor but also infuse a touch of distinction and sophistication. In modern and contemporary settings, the inclusion of fine woods adds an element of connection with nature and a sense of rootedness that complements the most cutting-edge designs perfectly.

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Making traditional carpentry furniture: a centuries-old art

Traditional carpentry is distinguished by its artisanal approach and meticulous attention to detail. These techniques have been perfected over centuries and continue to be valued for their quality and durability.

Bisagra de latón en mueble carpintería tradicional Baiards

Durable joinery methods

Furniture built with traditional carpentry often utilizes traditional joining techniques such as dovetails, tenons and mortises, and wood glue. These joints ensure a strong and long-lasting connection between pieces, adding stability and strength to the furniture.

Método ensamblaje tradicional de piezas de madera Baiards

Handcrafted finishes:

Finishes on traditional carpentry furniture are often done by hand, allowing for greater control over the final result. Craftsmen apply techniques such as sanding, staining, lacquering, and polishing carefully to enhance the natural beauty of the wood and create unique, personalized pieces.

Cepillo de carpintero Baiards, muebles carpintería tradicional

Use of noble woods

Traditional carpentry tends to use high-quality, noble materials such as solid wood, walnut, oak, picea and cherry. These materials not only provide an elegant appearance but also ensure the durability and longevity of the furniture.

Cajón de pino en mueble de carpintería tradicional Baiards

Attention to detail

Every step of the manufacturing process in traditional carpentry is done with attention to detail. From wood selection to final assembly, craftsmen strive to ensure quality and perfection at every stage of the process.

Advantages of traditional carpentry furniture

Furniture built using traditional carpentry techniques stands out for its quality, durability, and artistic beauty, making it a popular choice for those who value craftsmanship and elegance in their home furnishings.

Durability:

Furniture built with traditional carpentry techniques tends to be more durable and resilient than its modern counterparts.

Artistic quality:

The attention to detail and artisanal approach of traditional carpentry results in furniture of artistic quality, with superior finishing and timeless beauty.

Customization:

Craftsmen have the ability to customize each piece according to customer preferences, creating unique and exclusive furniture that fits perfectly into any space.