INDONESIAN FURNITURE FACTORY

French Provincial Furniture Jepara Indonesia

Handmade furniture by passionate craftsman

Handmade furniturethe traditional way. Unlike China Indonesian solid wood furniture is still mostly produced by hand from solid woods. No two pieces of furniture are identical to each other offering your customers or project unique furniture with tons of character. The benefits of purchasing handmade furniture is that you support villagers, encourage future generations to follow in their fathers footsteps thus keeping these artisan traditions alive for years to come and enable a community to be fiscally independent now and in the future.

Indonesia has long been known as one of the world’s leading furniture manufacturers. Its teak, mango, mindi and mahogany furniture products are sought after in both the local and international markets because a purchaser does not need to buy large quantities of an individual furniture product unlike China. The range of designs that can be packed into one container offers retailers, hotels and resorts the ability to order reproduction, Scandinavian, re-cycled, outdoor and rustic furniture into one container. You can’t get more flexible than that.¬†

Design

All our hand crafted furniture can be adjusted to suit your specific requirements. We can also manufacture an entirely bespoke piece of furniture.

Materials

Our furniture designs incorporate a variety of materials to meet any market request or designer look our customers are looking for. We can utilise a variety of materials inclusive of steel, rattan, leather, synthetic resin rattan, natural ropes and seagrass.

Machinery

We have dedicated wood kilns and wood stabilizing vacuum's to ensure your furniture is supplied dry and free from insects.

Jepara Indonesian Furniture

Check out our factory

Our factory is state of the art for Indonesia. We have the ability to export 200-300 containers per year of handmade furniture.

Check out our factory

Our factory is state of the art for Indonesia. We have the ability to export 200-300 containers per year of handmade furniture.