Behind each piece of furniture is a tree, a forest, an ecosystem
Tikamoon furniture is crafted with solid wood, preserving all the richness of the tree and ensuring the longevity of the piece. Assembled according to traditional cabinet-making expertise, solid wood lives on and adapts to your space, while at the same time retaining its robust aspect. We’ve designed our furniture to last as we want it to remain by your side through the years and for it to be passed on from generation to generation.
Where the tree grows, our furniture begins its life...
To learn more about the areas where the different types of timber are grown, and their characteristics, click on the tikamoon markers on the map.
Different shades for each variety of timber
Each wood has a natural colour and a unique pattern, which is a guarantee of authenticity. Here are a few examples...
Teak boasts exotic elegance and offers a wide range of shades: light honey, bronze, and brown with dark grains. It takes on a stunning silver-grey patina over time.
Walnut has a fine coarseness and uniquely beautiful dark grain. Beginning life in a brown to dark brown hue, it gently lightens over time.
Oak ranges in colour from light to golden brown. With a visible grain and intense texture, the pattern is distinguished by a network of woody fibres that emanate from the heart of the tree.
Sheesham is distinguished by the sophistication of its contrasting grain. This colourful wood, which ranges from light brown to purplish blue, continues to intensify over time, giving a particularly striking result.
The mango tree offers a rich palette of tones, ranging from deep blond to dark brown, with a stunningly distinct grain.
Mindi is light in colour with a straight grain and radiant highlights... The subtle coarseness provides a beautiful visual effect and a smooth, knot-free fibre.
The elegance and character of acacia is expressed through a golden tone that ranges from dark blond to brown. The unique appearance of its linear grain makes it a very popular wood.