A customer uses baize to re-create historical military insignias and shoulder boards.
Our baize offcuts and remnants would make a luxury raw material to use with this ancient japanese craft.
Brand new colours are coming soon and will be added to the ranges of baizes we stock in the coming days.
Baize as an incredibly versatile material, as a result its uses are wide ranging and diverse. But one customer asked "Can you print on baize?"
Our Precut Baize Squares are the perfect replacement baize for card tables. Here's why you should use them for restoring your old playing card table.
Add a touch of luxury or a splash of colour to your retail display using baize. Explore why this durable fabric is suited to instore displays
Baize makes a great choice of fabric for photography backdrops for both table top and studio photography. Here's why.
Why not use baize to make table runners, placemats or coasters? Baize will add a touch of luxury whatever the occasion.
Prospective customers often ask: "What are the differences between the baizes you stock?" Here's a guide to our baize ranges.
Master craftsman Simon Lucas has specialised in working with baize for over 30 years, using it to make exquisite luxury tablecloths.
Baize is a great choice for luxury yacht fit-out. This fabric is naturally durable and thanks to its use of wool gives it a richness too.
For restoration use, fabrics like baize are a good choice. Baize has been used historically for many purposes, from interior design details through to clothing and upholstery.