BDI Furniture: Making Great Design Available to Everyone.
BDI furniture exemplifies good craftsmanship. Taking the concept of the media console to a whole new level, BDI entertainment centers meld the ultra chic, modern appeal of the 50's with an sophisticated edge. Just look at their bestselling Avion and Marina entertainment systems as examples.
But Becker Designed Inc. makes more than just entertainment centers. BDI tables are based on extensive research in design and the best in materials, with the result being plain to see. Striking in appearance, BDI tables posses a layered form and robust appearance. With a range of mirrors and shelving like the Eileen Shelf, BDI has grown into one of the most admired players in modern furniture today.
The BDI Furniture Story In 1984, Bill Becker had a vision of making great design available to everyone. Frustrated by the 'trade only' distribution of the best-designed contemporary home furnishings, Bill was inspired to build a company that could develop and manufacture designs that would actually be accessible. After starting with a single coffee table design, BDI has grown to be a force in contemporary home furnishings and an industry leader in home theater furniture.
With BDI furniture, you'll find a collection of home furnishing pieces that are unique, functional and great looking. BDI home entertainment centers are engineered to meet the demanding needs of today's electronics, and do so with furniture that enriches the home and the home theater experience. Becker Designed Inc. was the first to introduce as standard features innovations such as hidden wheels, adjustable shelves, cable management and flow-through ventilation. A BDI home theater system successfully merges functional innovation with original and exciting design.
Great designers know how to apply concepts to more than just one specific thing. That's why Becker Designed Inc. offers a host of other furniture to make your home more livable. BDI tables come in a wide range of forms, while their mirror collection is second to none.