Teak Wood

Premium Teak Wood Furniture In Singapore

Collectif Designs provide top quality grade, kiln-dried Teak wood furniture in Singapore which only require basic wood care using only water and diluted hand soap solution to clean and maintain the finish surface top of the furniture. Every piece of Teak wood slab is unique and different in terms of grains and shapes. Each Teak wood furniture piece is customisable and hand-crafted from the beginning to the end to suit your needs, unlike mass-manufactured furniture product. Our popular Teak wood furniture in Singapore includes Teak wood dining table, Teak wood bench, Teak wood TV console, Teak wood shelves and cabinet, Teak wood chair and Teak wood bed. 

Teak wood also known as Jati in Indonesian
Teak tree - Tectona grandis

The Origin Of Teak Wood

Teak wood is a type of hardwood. The botanical name for Teak is Tectona grandis, which is native to south and southeast Asia, mainly Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Sri Lanka. In Indonesia, it is also called Jati. Teak tree is a slow growing deciduous tree which can grow up to 40 meter in height. It has small, fragrant white flowers and large papery leaves that are hairy on the lower surface. Teak wood has a leather-like smell when it is freshly milled and is particularly valued for its durability and water resistance. The wood is used for boat building, construction, veneer, furniture, carving, turnings, and other small wood projects. Teak’s natural oils make it weather resistance, and make the timber termite and pest resistant. Teak is durable even when not treated with oil or varnish. Since around the 7th century, it has been used to outfit and adorn the residences of the wealthy and powerful. The wood’s reputation made its way out of the region through the Dutch, who colonized Indonesia. They used the wood for shipbuilding; teak makes for an excellent ship wood because of its natural resistance against dry rot.

Teak wood table by Collectif Designs delivered to client in Singapore
Teak wood table

Teak Wood Furniture Durability​

The durability and strength of Teak wood is definitely world-renowned. It has been used to construct ships for many centuries because it can stand up to natural elements. Teak’s high tensile strength and tight grain enable it to withstand both heat and cold, which makes it a good material for furniture regardless of indoor or outdoor. Teak wood furniture would retain its classy look even if it is left in the outdoors for years. The king of timbers is so strong that it can last for generations.

The high natural oil and rubber content retard water and keep it from warping, cracking or becoming too brittle, making Teak wood furniture very easy to maintain. Teak wood furniture can cope with the effects of hard rain, snow storms or broiling sun. Teak wood has very good resistant to termite attacks which makes it particularly suitable for outdoor furniture. When proper dried, around 10 percent of its original oil and rubber content weatherproof the wood and also protect the wood fungi and parasites.

“The king of all wood” Teak is one of the best wood you can find in the world for furniture making. This premium wood is valuable for its fine grains texture, golden brown hue wood colour, durability, resistance to cracking, warping, rotting and corrosion. Beyond its beauty, it also possesses some natural properties that other woods do not have. Therefore, the world demand of teak wood furniture has never been declining; in fact, the price of Teak wood material is ever increasing. In addition to be well-known as strong and durable, furniture made from teak wood also impress in luxurious and elegant.

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