• Quality furniture since 1980!
  • Teak furniture in stock & ready to deliver
  • 500 reclaimed teak dining tables in stock
  • Satisfied customers from all over Europe: Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Switzerland, Poland & Finland

Reclaimed teak cupboards

Teak cupboards in different shapes and sizes
Below you will find different teak cupboards. We try to always have several designs, including light teak, rustic as well as white wash, in stock.

Massive teak
All our furniture is made of massive wood and so are our cupboards! The doors, drawers, shelves and even the back is made of massive wood. Moreover we find a solid construction very important.

The combination of this excellent construction and massive teak guarantees that you will be able to enjoy your teak furniture for many years. We pay close attention that a wardrobe can be disassembled and reassembled several times over. The buffet cupboards are not removable but they consist of two parts which fit onto each other perfectly. Try to take an afternoon off and have a look around at our shop! If you don’t have enough time, you can send us an e-mail and we’ll try to help you as soon as possible.

Teak cupboards

All of our cupboards (with the exception of the white wash cupboards) are made of massive teak which stems from plantations in Indonesia or recycled teak. Our teak cupboards are produced in a traditional way in Central Java (Jawa Tengah). This region is known for their great expertise and traditional way of working.

White wash cupboards

Apart from the teak cupboards, we also offer beautiful white wash cupboards. The white wash cupboards are made of mindi wood combined with MDF. Mindi is a tropical wood that is comparable to pine wood. White Wash can have various meanings. Sometimes it means that the original colour of the wood can still be seen, other times it means that the white colour is thick and covers the old colour entirely. You will find more information under white wash cupboards. Choose one of the pieces shown below: