Rosewood furniture holds a special appeal mainly because of the colour of the wood. Although mainly used in veneers, through creativity in design it is possible to come up with a whole range of rosewood furniture for lodges and restaurants.
More about the wood
The African rosewood is known under various names including Muscti, Mazaule, and Guibourtia Coleosper. The wood comes from large trees which are grown mainly in areas such as Zaire and the Cameroon. The reddish brown up to dark purple brown colour of the wood is what makes it so unique. Variations in grain occur from interlocked to straight grains. The irregularity of the grain contributes to it decorative properties and is one of the reasons why rosewood furniture is considered unique.
When it comes to durability it is considered moderate and thus more suitable for indoor furniture than outdoor areas. Although one of the hardwoods from the continent it works with relative ease making for excellent furniture with a stylish end-result. Cabinets, room dividers, handles, and more are made from the wood.
Our experience in furniture manufacturing and exporting to European countries combined with our commitment to quality as well as our unique relationship with clients and suppliers in Africa make us the preferred supplier of quality rosewood furniture to the hospitality industry.
We come up with creative designs inspired through Tuscan & Provence as well as numerous African influences. This ensures that the furniture supplied through us is unique and will add to your lodge signature. Since style and elegance are important in the hospitality industry it is essential that designs and top quality woods are used to create a lasting impression of opulence. When you order rosewood furniture through us, you will be able to create the lasting impression. Browse through our comprehensive catalogue and contact us for custom made furniture today.
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