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Ready-to-wear Wood • Custom furniture • Functional items • Space & living planning

bom (design) is a design workshop dedicated to the conception of unique furniture and objects that showcase the nobility of wood, while proposing a minimalist and contemporary look.

Founded in 2010 by craftman and designer Michel Boudreau, bom (design) is the result of over 15 years of experience in woodworking, combined with the desire to offer refined and unique products.

While focussing on technical and ergonomical qualities, bom (design) creates functional and durable objects, which can easily be integrated to your environment and decor.

The textiles and overlays chosen for our line of furniture reflect the brand’s wish to use noble and natural materials, such as real wood veneer, woven and felted wool, leather and cotton.

bom (design)’s services also include the design and making of custom built furniture or modules conceived to fit within your environment and simplify your day-to-day life.

Known for its minimalistic and linear approach as well as its technical qualities, the work of bom (design) opens new perspectives on the craft and artistry of woodworking.

From the conception to the making, our workshop carries out all kinds of projects, such as the realization of custom furniture and space layouts for your living, work and storage spaces.

Bom design’s expertise centered on furniture and functional items, revolves around listening to our customers and understanding your needs in order to create versatile spaces that suit your lifestyle.

Personalised services for unique spaces:
› Cost assesment adapted to your needs and objectives
› Space layout that fits your style and integrates well into your environment
› Custom furniture design
› Creation and crafting of unique and functional items for everyday use
› Artisan work and conception.

Lately, with the creation of the papi(fam), sack(fam) and kravat(fam); wood bowties,wood handbags and wood neckties, bom (design) is expanding the limits of the use of wood:  “Wood ready-to-wear” is becoming its guiding line