The sad thing is that people come to Bali and buy furniture off the side of the road for very cheap prices. The reason is that this furniture is cheap because this is illegal and wet wood that will crack within twelve months. There are different qualities of Teak in Indonesia. The first is illegal teak trees that are still young and the tree is only about 10cm round, it has not matured and the wood still has a lot of sap. This is dangerous for people wanting high quality outdoor furniture. For indoor furniture it is okay but will crack quickly. For those of you that need FLEGT certification this furniture will meet the import regulations of most developed countries. The Second level of Teak is the BC which is fine to be used indoor and has interesting grain but it needs to be kiln dried so that it doesn’t crack. The high level of teak is Grade A which should be the only grade you buy if you are purchasing outdoor furniture as it will last a lifetime because the grain has minimal sap.
Yes for all our furniture products the minimum order quantity is a 20ft container. We have no minimum order quantity per design of furniture so you can mix your container with a large variety of products. Our minimum order quantity for handicrafts and homewares is $5,000USD
Yes we provide all our customer FLEG legal wood certification.
No sorry, we only sell to the trade.
There are many area’s in both Bali and Java that sell Indonesian furniture. It really depends what sort of style you are looking for as there are specific area’s that produce Teak Outdoor Furniture, Reproduction Furniture, Rattan Furniture, Mahogany Furniture. Fuzen Decor Bali offers a wonderful catalogue filled with the latest designs in furniture.
We do supply smaller resorts and boutique hotels. Larger contracts of more than 50 rooms we do not supply unless there is a lead time of around six months. We work with a lot of resorts who are looking for the Bali feel. The wonderful thing about our company is that we not only produce our own teak and mahogany furniture but we work with hundreds of suppliers throughout Indonesia to supply rattan furniture, boat wood furniture, teak root furniture.
We produce both teak and resin outdoor furniture ranges in the latest styles. We offer our teak ranges in a variety of grades to meet certain prices points. All our wood is legal and kiln dried.
Our catalogue has a large range of rattan lighting in the latest designs. Register today to view our massive on-line catalogue
90% of the furniture produced in Indonesia is made by hand unlike China. Most buyers think that Indonesian furniture is made by machine but it is not. Most factories outsource the individual production of furniture to small co-operatives that specialise in different designs. There are thousands of these artisans scattered through out Indonesia. Once the furniture is produced it is then picked up and the final finishing, fitting and quality control is done in the factory.
Buying furniture from Bali is very easy but the first thing you need to be aware of is that most of the furniture you see in Bali is made in Java and trucked over. The quality of the furniture you can buy from small business’s scattered thorughout Bali is of the lowest quality there is. The wood is illegal and not kiln dried. It is very cheap to buy but you will have problems with it later. Our factory in Java is fitted out with huge kilns and up to date finishing process’s.
We are a one stop shop when it comes to furniture and homewares. We work with hundreds of suppliers across Indonesia inclusive of Bali. Our catalogue holds hundreds of wonderful handicraft and homewares products.
It is a fairly easy process when you order through us. We can take care of everything. We have a number of shipping contacts who offer us very good shipping prices.
There are a variety of manufacturing companies offering different qualities. This is evidenced by price. Good manufacturers offer kiln dried legal wood. Side of road manufacturers supply illegal wood that is prone cracking. Finish’s are also very important, we use the best finish’s possible allowing the wood to breath. Cheap furniture suppliers use Malamine (illegal to import into some countries) this closes the grain which will cause problems in the future.