The manufacturing process
The rain trees grown especially for further processing are felled and the large logs are taken directly to the wood processing plant. The processing of whole tree blocks leads to the visibility of the beautiful grain that distinguishes those pieces and makes the tree so popular.
In the next step, the wood is milled and cut so that the carcass of the furniture is visible. If necessary, the individual parts are screwed together so that in the end we have the finished, pure wood product in front of us.
The most important step before beautification is drying out. The Thai humid tropical climate means that the wood has stored a lot of moisture. Direct export to Europe would cause the furniture to “crack” and break after a short time in the local climate. Our furniture is dried out in high heat until the moisture is less than 15%, which still remains stored in the wood.
Afterwards, all furniture is sanded again and finely polished so that it can finally receive the playful painting.
The final step for all furniture, whether painted or pure wood, is waxing to give it optimal care and protection, which makes a significant contribution to the longevity and use of children.
And then they stand before us, our special, handmade, fairly produced furniture.