Since 1971 the B&C has started its manufacturing activity in the furnishing sector in Arezzo, Tuscany, a great city of arts which is a cradle of the Italian antique trade. Since the very beginning the company’s lines are characterized by a retro inspiration, linked with the new interpretation of great furnishing classics of all times together with a particular artistic and craft care for the manufacturing.

At the time of renewed interest in bathrooms, the B&C was the first company to propose wooden bathroom furniture in the antique style in 1980. It has immediately got a great success: an idea of more unique 'imperfect' feel, using natural materials such as solid wood and marble and it has been appreciated by the customers.

During many years, the B&C's production has been increasing the number of collections and typologies until it could stylishly furnish every room in the house, from bathroom furniture, chests of drawers and accessories, to the manufacture of kitchen elements, with a particular emphasis on stone built-in kitchens and doors.

In 1996, the B&C launched a new collection dedicated to the people who appreciate prestigious and unique pieces: the Linea Rinascimento, composed of furniture and doors single by their nature of design, following the most antique restoration techniques, enriched with precious hand-made decorations.

One of the B&C's biggest qualities during its manufacturing process is always to propose collections that accent new trends and styles. The actual, accurate and leading trend is definitely the suggestion of combining modern minimal interiors, like lofts and extremely simple spaces, with unplastered walls or visible bricks, with originally antique furniture.