• 1948 – Edmund Baran first began his carpentry training as a 14 year-old boy and inextricably tied the family’s history to furniture making.
  • 1967 – Established a family carpentry workshop in which the first pieces of furniture produced on an industrial scale to Western Europe were beds.

  • 1988 – Established the factory, which now ships almost 1,500 pieces of wooden furniture a day to stores around the world.
  • 2015 – Decided to use his almost 50 years of experience and available technologies to create unique projects with your home in mind.


We try to follow the current trends in design while making the most advantageous use of raw materials. That’s why at BWMEBLE, materials are available for the creation of furniture that has both the quality and price you desire. This is all so that you receive a piece of furniture that truly meets your practical expectations and will please your eye for many years to come. Our mission is in fact to create beautiful, functional and precious objects that adorn the place where you most often find yourself – your home.

Owing to a very long tradition, it is our favorite raw material to use in the production of furniture. Mostly, we use oak and beech, due to their high strength and noble color.
Thin sheets of wood obtained by cutting flat or peripherally. These sheets have thicknesses from 0.1 to 8.0 mm. Veneers are classified according to their application, depending whether the veneer is for a face or non-face. The veneer depends on the efficiency of the drawing (of tree species) and may be used for plywood, face veneers or laminated pressed wood.
This is board with layers made of strips of lumber, veneered on both sides either from hardwood or softwood. The type of glue application determines how resistant to humidity and waterproof the blockboard is. Blockboard is produced with three-layer and five-layer formats. Blockboard is a traditional construction material used for furniture and construction. It is characterized by good physical properties and an E1 hygiene class. Board thicknesses: 16 mm, 18 mm, 20 mm, 22 mm
It is produced by compressing wood chips under high pressure and high temperature using a binding agent such as urea – formaldehyde. Particle board is manufactured in large sheets, and it has a uniform construction, achieving good strength and insulation. Thanks to its surface it can also be refined by laminating, varnishing or covering it with an artificial or natural veneer. Chipboard thickness range from 8 mm to 38 mm.
MDF is a wood-based product, produced by pressing wood fibres with the addition of organic linking compounds and curing it under high pressure and at a high temperature. MDF is an ideal substitute for natural wood, particularly hardwood as it does not contain any structural imperfections found in wood, such as: nodosity, diagonal grain, shakes, cracks or sap stain. Throughout its cross section is a homogeneous raw material composition and density. The result is that it is ideal for all types of processing: cutting, drilling, milling and even shaping, all the while maintaining stable dimensions, allowing for greater precision in the production of wooden elements. Due also to its highly smooth surface, MDF is suitable for painting, artificial gluing and natural veneer. The thickness of the MDF from 3 mm to 38 mm.
It is made of fulled wood fibres and is produced using the so-called ‘wet method’. The fibres are placed in different directions to ensure the board’s high-strength attributes are compensated for regardless of the direction of the load. Due to the high pressure and high temperature pressing, the sheet structure is more compact. There are two types of fibreboard: hardboard T (pressed and thermally tempered) and porous fibreboard P (which does not undergo these processes). The advantages of fibreboard: high mechanical strength, homogeneity of the material, susceptibility to bending, large board size, thermal and acoustic insulation, low price. Thickness hard in mm 2; 2.4; 2.8; 3.2; 4,0, 4, 5; 5; 5.5; 6; 6.4. The thickness of the porous plates in mm: 6; 7; 8; 9; 9.5; 12; 12.5; 15; 16; 19.


When we make furniture,
quality is a priority.
Every piece of furniture – no matter the price or material – can be carefully crafted and with the use of technology that is quite advanced in today’s furniture field. BWMEBLE is on the cutting edge, producing furniture which uses both extraordinary and practical technology that has been developed over the years.


Our products follow
the newest trends in design.
We regularly take part in furniture trade fairs, we follow furniture trade magazines and internet trends, and we know everything about the subject that interests us. Our designers can come up with great ideas for traditional furniture as well as extravagant, world-class pieces. The only thing that limits you is your own imagination.
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The tradition of this company
dates back to the 1960’s.
Making furniture has been a family tradition for three generations. We established our own guidelines and values that have been cultivated in the company for decades. We don’t come from out of nowhere. We know more about furniture than almost anyone else and we treat our products a little bit like pieces of art which we like to take pride in. That’s why we continue to care–so that you can become the owner of a product you can take pride in. You have our word on that.
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Why wood?

Over the centuries, wood has been used both for building and arranging our houses. It creates a specific, human friendly microclimate that cannot be forged from any other material. Nowadays there is an increased interest in solid wood. It’s not surprising. Wood has a lot of virtues.

  • uniqueness – it’s impossible to find two identical trees, and the difference (colour, growth rings, durability) is especially defined between different species
  • health – wood as a natural material does not contain any artificial or chemical substance and is non-allergenic.
  • self-regulating humidity – wood, depending on the conditions, has the ability to absorb or release humidity into its surroundings, helping to maintain the proper microclimate.
  • universality – wood fits in with almost any kind of interior and can be successfully combined with all sorts of different materials (leather, stone, glass, fabric)
  • durability – wood that is properly preserved can be used for decades or even centuries.