Some features of our furniture may go unnoticed. That's why we have gathered here some of the most relevant ones:


MORTISE AND TENON JOINTS:

The mortise and tenon joint is a trapezoidal-shaped cut at the end of a piece of wood that connects the pieces together, ensuring a tight fit and preventing them from coming apart or moving. While machines can create these joints, all our furniture that employs this technique has been hand-carved and fitted.



CARVING:

This technique can be seen in both our decorative items, such as wooden sculptures, and in our furniture through small decorative wooden pieces that complement the article. All of them are handcrafted in our factories in Indonesia, which makes these items unique. They may vary from one another, and no two are the same.



NATURAL MATERIALS:

Our products are crafted from natural materials such as wood, rattan, bamboo, jute, onyx, marble, terracotta, roots, and fossils.



WOODEN GUIDES:

Remaining faithful to artisanal furniture and paying great attention to detail, our furniture maintains the use of wooden guides.



DRAWERS:

The drawers in our furniture are sturdy and made of solid wood. The fronts of the drawers are crafted from the same wood board, ensuring continuity of grain patterns. The walls are approximately 2 cm thick, allowing them to bear more weight. They will never fall out as they include an adjustable stopper at the end.


BRONZE HANDLES:

Many of our furniture pieces feature handles made of bronze, retaining their original color.



HANDWOVEN RATTAN:

Rattan is a natural material, similar to wicker, with thin and flexible stems. It takes center stage in our Rattan collection, where it is handwoven into chairs, armchairs, headboards, mirrors, and baskets.



FRACTAL BURNING TECHNIQUE:

This technique involves combining water with a significant amount of electricity to "draw" the path of electricity on the wood. The result is visually striking and unique.



SECRET DRAWER:

Some of our furniture pieces include one or more secret drawers. These are small hidden drawers within the furniture. They are located behind a drawer that needs to be pulled out to access them.


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