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We’re big believers in quality as a mindset. Which is why we’ve made the extra effort to ensure that only the best goes into everything we do – especially our quality furniture.

Ethically sourced wood

We care about where our wood comes from. From French forests for our oak furniture to sustainable plantations in Indonesia for our teak pieces, each plank of wood is as unique as the tree it came from, with variations in texture, colour, and grain. On top of its exceptional quality, that’s what gives every piece its fabulous, one-of-a-kind character.


Teak - Natural charm


Our teak wood is sourced from Java in Indonesia, where we work closely with the government to replant trees and ensure that only a certain number of trees are felled each year.

Superior in quality
We select only the best for our furniture. Hailing from Central and Eastern Java, our teak is harvested from graded, sustainable plantations, with a minimum age of 30 years.

Perfectly engineered
All our teak undergo kiln drying to achieve a moisture content of 8-12%. This, together with our thoughtful design, minimises expansion and contraction of the wood even under extreme conditions.

Exceptionally durable
No other wood shares teak's strength and durability. A dense hardwood with high natural oil content that repels termites and moisture, teak withstands the test of time so that your furniture can span generations.


Teak - Natural charm


Our teak wood is sourced from Java in Indonesia, where we work closely with the government to replant trees and ensure that only a certain number of trees are felled each year.

Superior in quality
We select only the best for our furniture. Hailing from Central and Eastern Java, our teak is harvested from graded, sustainable plantations, with a minimum age of 30 years.

Perfectly engineered
All our teak undergo kiln drying to achieve a moisture content of 8-12%. This, together with our thoughtful design, minimises expansion and contraction of the wood even under extreme conditions.

Exceptionally durable
No other wood shares teak's strength and durability. A dense hardwood with high natural oil content that repels termites and moisture, teak withstands the test of time so that your furniture can span generations.


Oak - Let nature speaks for itself


We use French and Serbian oak from Europe, sourced from well-managed forests that are focused on preserving oak's long-term sustainability and the environment.


Naturally charming
We take care to preserve our oak's unique characteristics. Each oak wood furniture is presented in its most natural form with knots, eyes, and medullary rays – a unique feature only apparent on quarter-sawn oak.

Meticulously crafted
Through every step of the production chain, our oak is handled by dedicated and professional craftsmen. Before sealing the carton, the oak is hand-finished with a layer of OSMO oil coating, protecting the wood from elements.

Remarkably adaptable
Don’t worry about the temperate origins of oak. All our oak pieces undergo the kiln drying process, making it perfectly suitable for all climates and seasons.


Oak - Let nature speaks for itself


We use French and Serbian oak from Europe, sourced from well-managed forests that are focused on preserving oak's long-term sustainability and the environment.


Naturally charming
We take care to preserve our oak's unique characteristics. Each piece is presented in its most natural form with knots, eyes, and medullary rays – a unique feature only apparent on quarter-sawn oak.

Meticulously crafted
Through every step of the production chain, our oak is handled by dedicated and professional craftsmen. Before sealing the carton, the oak is hand-finished with a layer of OSMO oil coating, protecting the wood from elements.

Remarkably adaptable
Don’t worry about the temperate origins of oak. All our oak pieces undergo the kiln drying process, making it perfectly suitable for all climates and seasons.



Highest quality mechanisms


Our products come with high-quality, lasting mechanisms from Blum, Pöttker and Hettich. These mechanisms complement the convenient designs of extendable dining tables, push-to-open drawers, and soft-closing drawers and doors.



Our commitment to the environment


Great quality and price shouldn’t come at a compromise, especially on our planet. We continuously think about our impact on the environ- ment, and how we can leave it better for tomorrow. From the sourcing of our wood to the production and distribution process, we’re always looking for new ways to reduce our footprint by maximising energy efficiency and reducing waste.

Frequently asked questions about furniture

Choosing the perfect furniture for your home takes time. We are here to guide you along and share our expertise and tips purchasing furniture online.

What is the difference between hardwood and softwood?

Solid wood furniture consists of two categories: hardwoods and softwood. Hardwoods are derived from deciduous trees that take a longer time to grow - teak, oak, mahogany, or birch. Naturally, this leads to higher costs for solid wood furniture. Softwoods, contrary to their names, aren’t actually ‘soft’ at all - they’re as solid and sturdy as hardwoods! Softwoods get their name from their conifer trees - cone-bearing trees that have needles instead of leaves.

What are the advantages of wood?

It’s treasured for its sturdy nature, versatility for crafting a wide variety of furniture, and its durability across the years. Oak is extremely dense and highly resistant to moisture, a particularly useful attribute in humid Singapore. With a closed-pore structure that allows retention of oils and rubber, teak lumber has outstanding water-proofing, making teak wood furniture the staple for long-lasting outdoor furniture.

How long does teak furniture last?

Teak furniture has outstanding resistance to heat and humidity so it has a very long lifespan. To help your furniture last through time, consider where the furniture will be placed (natural or artificial light) as well as the frequency of use. Finally, don’t forget to do some basic maintenance. Quality wood furniture requires proper upkeep to maintain their varnish and shine.

Why is wood used for furniture?

Wood has become a timeless presence in both homes and architecture, particularly as a wholly natural and renewable resource for construction. While priced higher compared to other material alternatives, the long-term savings, and durability of wood more than makes up for the added cost.

What maximum weight does the wooden furniture?

Wood is the hard and fibrous material from the trunk or branches of trees therefore solid wood furniture can support heavy weight up to 250kg, depending on thickness and volume repartition.