I’ve been eyeing off the pieces by Ethnicraft ever since I turned into a ‘grown up’ and started lusting over furniture. Those solid pieces of functional and timeless wooden furniture are what I’m all about!
But I was surprised to hear that Ethnicraft employs more than 2,000 people and is sold in more than 50 countries! With offices in Belgium, France, Singapore and Hong Kong in addition to production facilities in Indonesia, Vietnam and Serbia, the Ethnicraft label has evolved into a truly global brand.
The company has been around for 20 years now, with its roots in Belgium. But its mission remains the same from day one:
using authenticity, simplicity and impeccable craftsmanship to create sustainable pieces full of character.
Delve into their range and you’ll notice a very small variation of materials used. In fact, it’s either teak, oak or walnut. Why? These are woods that are durable and, when used to craft furniture, create pieces that will last for years to come.
Ethnicraft is also committed to a constant drive for innovation. But how exactly? The team test and revise (and then again!) each new design; every curve, every texture and every line. Each piece must meet their discerning standard of design.
So what does this result in? Take a look!
See more Ethnicraft goodness over on their website here!