Hidden at the doors of Sologne, where authenticity meets tradition, the workshops welcome, in an exceptional venue, 23 passionate craftsmen, custodians of an ancestral know-how, heirs to the great French tradition of joinery and chair carpentry.
This factory is one of the last to perpetuate the techniques of the past. Tenons, hand carvings, buffer varnish, wood painting, leather work, vignetting ... compose the daily vocabulary of the House and describe the stages that lead to the creation of furniture.
Since 2011, the company is part of the very distinguished circle of “Living Heritage Company” (EPV).
Since its establishment, the Maison Taillardat has focused to on emphasizing the know-how of its master craftsmen in the creation of its most luxurious furniture. Its artisans possess a true talent in the creation of dressers, bergères, consoles, sofas and more.
More than 450 models with traditional forms design and elaborated finishing are created and hand-crafted with precision and passion.
The meticulous selection of high-quality materials is also of great importance. Beech, oak, cherrywood, Honduras mahogany and 24-carat gold leaf adorn each of the pieces created.
A distinguished international clientele chooses Maison Taillardat for its dyeing and patinas, buffer varnish, gilding on wood, and bronze fitting. Professionals, interior decorators, architects, design firms, embassies and private palaces or famous Palaces have trusted and closely collaborated with the House.
100% Made in France, the creations are inspired by the great French style, often the result of a collaboration with the greatest creatives, such as Pierre-Yves Rochon, Tristan Auer, and Chantal Thomass. Thanks to the mastery of the know- how, of its the craftsmen of the Manufacture addresses the specific and custom-made requests of its clientele, in order to create exclusive models. By entrusting Taillardat, the clients are confident of the high quality of the pieces they are delivered.
This is the reason why the most prestigious hotels from all over the world trust House Taillardat. Among them find are as the Bristol, the Georges V, Meurice, the Plaza-Athénée, the Shangri-La or and the Crillon in Paris, The Bergues in Geneva, the Baur au Lac in Zurich, the Sacher in Vienna, the Claridge’s in London or mythical hotels of the French Riviera such as the Hotel du Cap-Eden Roc or the Grand Hotel in Saint Jean à Cap Ferrat.