Brian Brace Furniture



Welcome!

Fine furniture should be crafted to endure use over multiple lifetimes…
to be passed on to future generations.

Acting on that belief, each piece Brian Brace makes goes through an extensive series of time honored processes to achieve the highest quality standards. From thoughtfully selecting the finest lumber, to applying hand rubbed oil finishes, every step is carefully executed to ensure the finished piece is spectacular!

Brian is a native of Vermont, where he completed an 8,000 hour apprenticeship and began his 5 year journeymanship. As a Master Craftsman, he opened his first shop in 2004 in Naples, FL, and now calls Black Mountain, NC his home... Read more about Brian Brace HERE

Featured Furniture of the Month:

Arbor Bow Arm Morris Chair

This Arbor Bow Arm Morris Chair, inspired by the beautiful Live Oak trees of Southern Florida and the wonderful surroundings of the Western North Carolina forests...

...read more HERE

Latest News

Great News!

I am the Newest Member of The Southern Highlands Craft Guild! I'm so happy to be part of this guild and am looking forward to the great things they offer, as well as the things I can hopefully offer working with them. Thanks to everyone who helped support and get my name out!
- Brian

2015 Featured Artist in:

The WNC Design Guide is your source for handcrafted fine craft and art for elegant mountain living. Our sole focus is to become your trusted resource for choosing high-caliber local art and artists here in Western North Carolina.

Brian Brace's unique page online:

http://www.wncdesignguide.com/brian-brace.html

The WNC Design Guide is available as a limited edition printed book and as a free downloadable PDF. Printed books are free but only available through artists and our Network of Trusted Advisors.

CLICK HERE to find out about getting the online version of the guide

 


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