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SHOWROOM TOP PICKS
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Bau Showroom features a plethora of fine high-end traditional to transitional furniture, custom
upholstery and fabrics, along with an extensive selection of unique accessories and lighting.
Kathy Bau is pictured with the Bau the Bau line centered predominately on tradi-
Furniture Manufacturing Signature
tional and Country French styling, however,
French Baroque Versailles Dining
over the years it has branched out to Tuscan,
Table and Chairs.
transitional and contemporary designs.
Bau Furniture is just one of the many ex-
tiline showroom features prod-
ceptional furniture lines currently represented
ucts ranging from fine handcraft-
by the Bau Showroom. DTM recently caught
ed wood furniture, metal tables
up with Ms. Bau and asked her to identify a
and lighting fixtures to custom
handful of her top selling items.
upholstery, designer fabrics and
stylish accessories. Ms. Bau de- Bau’s Top Picks
scribes her pieces as timeless heir-
looms, which are passed down
Bau Furniture Manufacturing Signature
from generation to generation.
French Baroque Versailles Dining Table
Her appreciation for fine
and Chairs: Made to order in any size, this
hand-carved furniture was culti-
French Baroque Versailles Dining Table is an
vated at a very early age. In 1978,
original design from Bau Furniture Manufac-
parents Tom and Linda Bau de-
turing. With a selection of over 25 finishes
cided to open their own business
and multiple sizes and distressing techniques,
and launched Bau Furniture
this table can transform from a formal French
Manufacturing, Inc. Kathy re-
setting to a more relaxed Tuscan atmosphere.
calls, “When I was a little girl, my
Naos Forge Lighting Verity Fixture: The
The Bau Showroom can be found nestled
father would be in the garage late
Naos Forge Verity wrought iron fixture is
among an oasis of stylish showrooms, locat-
at night, designing a prototype of a Louis XV-
handcrafted with visual weight and Tuscan
ed at the Laguna Design Center in Laguna
style apron for a very popular dining table de-
Old World style. “Themed with clusters of
Niguel, California. All visitors who enter are
sign which still exists today.” Today, the family-
grapes and leaping stags with brass castings,
greeted warmly by General Manager Kathy
owned and operated manufacturing company
these incredible fixtures, fireplace screens and
Bau and her staff and welcomed to sit and re-
continues to construct each customized piece
tools are unlike any others – you must see
lax as they take in the surrounding artwork.
out of maple and olive ash burls. Originally,
Naos Forge to appreciate it,” Bau explains.
Bau fosters a “see, feel and sit atmosphere” and
believes that her customers’ experience inside
the showroom is as equally important as the
high-end products they have there on display.
For the past 20 years, Bau Showroom has
presented a wide variety of unique items from
all over the world. The 8,000-square-foot mul-
Right: Old World-style motifs of grape clusters and
leaping stags ensure that the wrought iron Naos Forge
Lighting Verity Fixture makes a strong, elegant state-
ment in any setting; Far right: The Bau Furniture Manu-
facturing York Pedestal Dining Table features a hand-
carved base and top, incorporating an egg and dart
motif and an inlaid brass band.

n Design Trade Magazine
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