Made in: Indonesia/SingaporeOur love for unique, high quality, and environmentally-sustainable home furnishings inspired us in curating our Nomad Village collection.
We have nurtured relationships with our suppliers and craftsmen over two generations, always collaborating with people who value the balance between quality, technicality, beauty, and design. Our love and passion for sustainably sourced solid teak timber from Java has helped to drive the creation of this series. The close longstanding partnership with our local carpenter and his team of skilled craftsmen in Indonesia enables us to bring to you beautiful, one of a kind, wooden pieces that should be treasured.
Each piece of teak is ethically sourced, from old buildings and structures that have been torn down to be replaced by modern developments or through FSC® approved supply chains. All Beds, Dining Tables, Cabinets, Bookcases and Daybeds in the Nomad Village collection have been built and finished by hand. Every piece has its own story to tell.
The Teak Rattan 3 door sideboard is hand-crafted by a family run carpentry shop in Java, whose carpenters travel around Indonesia sourcing the highest grade, recycled teak to create this timeless and special piece. The rattan panels on the doors keep the sideboard looking light and fresh, whilst hiding away all your everyday, household items. Our rattan sideboards are constructed using reclaimed teak from old or abandoned buildings. Each piece is unique and handcrafted by skilled Javanese artisans. Inset with woven rattan panels.
Unique to Originals - Our rattan sideboard marries Teak from Java with natural hard-wearing rattan weave. While this this design is extremely stylish it also serves as a practical solution to ventilate the sideboard. The rattan allows the air to flow through freely which is so important living in the tropics. Whether storing crockery, shoes, books or your valuable photo albums this is the ideal piece.
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A delivery fee applies to all purchases (per order, per location), inclusive of assembly & placement of free-standing items. Our delivery team operates from Tuesday - to Saturday every week excluding public holidays. Our delivery charges are $30 for all orders under $500 & $80 for all orders exceeding $500.
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Bespoke items - Please select carefully as these pieces are made specifically for you, they are not eligible for returns or cancellations.
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The Beauty of Old Teak
Sideboards from our Nomad Village range are wholly dedicated to the natural beauty of old teak wood. We love the warmth and richness of old solid teak - the way it deepens as it ages and takes on a patina as the years pass by. It feels like satin, smooth and soft to the touch. Each piece is unique and will add character and style to your dining room.
We spend time carefully working with the wood, hand-crafting it to highlight the intricacies in the grain and natural knots and marks that make every piece unique. The beauty of natural materials lies in its peculiarities and imperfections. Variations in the wood grain, colour, knots and other natural characteristics are inherent. These are far from flaws, but are an intrinsic part of its character. We believe that these authentic imperfections contribute to the charm of our products.
No veneered MDF has been used on this product. All the wood used for this sideboard is solid Teak timber. This makes the product far stronger, heavier and of a much higher quality. Solid teak timber is relatively easy to repair should it get chipped or damaged unlike a veneered surface. The whitewash also helps conceal marks and stains, making your sideboard look great for many years.
Rattan is a species of climbing palms, well-known for its flexible and woody stems. Using steam, the stems are bent and woven into beautiful, unique designs. It is easy to maintain. Rattan is renewable and considered very sustainable as it doesn’t require pesticides or fertilisers and grows rapidly.
No other wood shares teak's exceptional strength and durability. Its resilience is due to its dense structure and high oil content.
Variations in the grain, colour, and knots are inherent to all authentic timber ensuring each piece of furniture has its own unique natural characteristics. We believe that these characteristics bring the piece to life.
Following these simple guidelines to care for your teak piece will keep it looking its best.
- Wipe both rattan and timber to remove dust and dirt with a dry cloth.
- Try to wipe spills immediately with a damp cloth and if needed, a natural soap.