These room concepts have been specially created to inspire your own interior style and preferences, using pieces from our collections that perfectly complement each other.


The range is made of solid timber, authentically hand made and hand finished, making it a timeless investment. Combining reclaimed timbers with detailing in marble and stainless steel gives each piece a uniquely modern feel.

Designed as a range of individual freestanding pieces, they can be combined to create an overall look, or combined with existing kitchen elements. And because each piece is standalone, it can be moved easily.



Material Selection

is extremely important as a key of consideration in interior design to achieve vintage glamour and romance.

Fabric pattern from Batik and Kimono :
Batik is both an art and a craft, which is becoming more popular and well known in the West as a wonderfully creative medium. The art of decorating cloth in this way, using wax and dye, has been practised for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there. The word batik originates from the Javanese “tik”and means to dot.
We find Japanese textiles to be some of the most beautiful in the world. Traditional indigo, sashiko style printed, and linen blend fabrics.

Premium WOOD:
Well-known as a medium-density wood suitable for fine indoor furniture, as well as for outdoor garden furniture, boat building and flooring, teak wood is very durable and resistant to decay and termites.
Known as Trembesi or Suar in Indonesia, the rain tree wood has an attractive grain suitable for fine furniture. The interlocking grain prevents the wood from cracking when moved to drier climates. A native of South America, rain trees are fast growing and easily replaceable. Most of our natural pieces are made of this wood.
Known as Sonokeling in Indonesia, Dalbergia Latifolia is a premium quality timber species used for furniture, paneling, and other ornamental products. It is similar to ebony in hardness and has a fine dark brown color.
Mahogany has a generally straight grain and is usually free of voids and pockets. It has a reddish-brown color, which darkens over time, and displays a reddish sheen when polished. It has excellent workability, and is very durable. Historically, the tree’s girth allowed for wide boards from traditional mahogany species. These properties make it a favourable wood for crafting cabinets and furniture.
Known as Asem in Indonesia, it is native to Africa, but is now found in most tropical Asia. Due to its density and durability, it is suitable for furniture and flooring. The heartwood is of a beautiful dark red color, while other parts of the timber is light yellow, often with brownish or grayish streaks.
Known as Nangka in Indonesia, it is a fruit tree widely found in tropical Southeast Asia. It is a strong, hard and durable wood, suitable for fine furniture. Its unusual golden yellow color, as well as its resistance to termites and fungi, makes it an appealing alternative to teak wood. Our supply is sourced from fruit trees that are no longer productive.

Retro Light

Retro lighting is about adopting past period styles and features to produce new fittings that are cool, trendy and funky.
When we say something is retro it is common to think that it mimics the past. However it is also about getting the cool factor from the period right, which can really make or break the quality of a product.