Please contact our offices directly for information and pricing for bids and RFPs. Information requests via mail may be sent to Bardeaux Mobilier Inc., 8205 Santa Monica Blvd. #1-177, West Hollywood, CA 90046 If you would like to send an email or speak to us our number is +1.323.650.7493.
Bardeaux Mobilier Inc.’s offering includes contract furniture and design services for architectural firms. Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. has experience in both large run private label and individual bespoke FF&E and contract purchases.
Free Standing Furniture
From your firm’s design intent we are able to provide fabrication guidance, a dimensional model, and one set of shop drawings.
Bardeaux Mobilier stands behind the quality and merchantability of the product design and delivery. We use premium grade materials for construction, solid hardwoods and formaldehyde free marine grade plywoods, commercial grade hardware, and grade AA hides for veneers.
We can start with your conceptual elevations and outline specifications for a piece of furniture and work out preliminary pricing for contract.
Built-ins and Elements
Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. provides services for installed non-structural furnishings and architectural elements. We count among our staff architectural designers and can work with your specifications and needs.
Private Label Services
Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. has experience in working with both ISO 9001 supply chain management as well as small business owners in getting their private-label products on-time to the sales floor.
In any private label order, miminum purchase will apply. Please check with Jaime Sanchez in sales to see what mimimums might apply to your order.
Q: Can we send the materials we want you to fabricate?
At this time, Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. does not do any C.O.M. manufacture, though we may be able to meet your material specifications with materials at hand.
Q: Can I work with one of your showrooms?
At your option, you can work with any Meuble Décor agent showroom.
Q: How do I monitor progress of my order?
The workshop provides a set of progress shots and final pictures of the item when complete.
Q: If I don’t provide them, when do we get shop drawings?
We start work on shop drawings when design specifications are finalized and your deposit has been received.
Q: Are there green product options?
Many of our items are made with by-product materials. Items can be made with reclaimed or, in some cases sustainable materials can be acquired that align with LEED specifications.
Q: How do I know when my items will ship?
All quotes that we provide, are F.O.B., Bardeaux workshop unless otherwise stated. We can prepare all shipping documentation as part of bids, but additional crating and handling charges for drop shipments may be applied to air freight or consolidated over-sea shipments.
Items may also be arranged for pick-up from Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. Los Angeles Warehouse. All items are free on board Bardeaux Mobilier Inc.. Purchaser will assume title after our receipt of final payment.
Bardeaux Mobilier Inc. furnishings should be treated as antiques with all of the necessary precautions. Our materials are organic and sensitive to the elements. They will change in character if exposed to extreme changes in temperature, relative humidity, light and pollutants. We suggest treating your pieces with the care you would give a fine antique. Keep them out of direct sunlight and intense artificial light, control the humidity levels and use mild cleansers and polishes.
Fluctuating or extremely high or low relative humidity (rH) may be the single most damaging environmental factor for furniture. Moisture levels consistently above 70% rH can result in mold growth, softening of adhesives, and accelerated corrosion of metals. Our parchment, bone, shagreen and horn, like wood are naturally deliquescent and attract relative humidity.
To help prevent damage, you should keep humidity within the accepted rH range of 35% to 65%.
Harsh environmental factors also hurt our wooden frames. Differential rates of movement between constituent materials can cause finishes to crackle, fissure or flake.
It’s good policy to not drag or push furnishings, doing so will cause structural stress to both the piece and the finishes, lift chests, tables and chairs to move them.
Lift tables from their legs not their tops, the torsion caused by the weight could break connecting parts, our cause warping if a piece is place down incorrectly.
Lock drawers and doors before moving chests.
Make sure mirrors are well supported before they are hung. Bending or leaning frames may break the mirror glass.
Do not handle finishes with abrasive surfaces, they may scratch or delaminate.
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