What is Mango Wood?
Mango wood also known as popular wood that is cultivated from tropical countries like India and the Philippines. When the Mango tree does not produce anymore fruit, it is used as a sustainable wood source for furniture, flooring and wood craft.
Why choose Mango Wood?
Mango wood is a hardwood as it is known to be strong, durable and does not wear out quickly. The unique texture of the grains in mango wood can last for many years without damage. It is also known to be water resistant because it was grown in a tropical environment.
Why is Mango Wood Sustainable?
Mango trees are able to produce fruit for a period of time. When the tree can no longer bear fruit, the tree is given a second life for furniture production and building materials.
Mango wood does not require any processing, detailing or drying after it is harvested. The wood goes into immediate production, this makes it a sustainable option for furniture and home decor.
Maintaining Your Mango Wood Furniture
Mango wood through time will would not warp with changes to humidity or moisture. When the climate is colder, you may need to help retain its moisture once or twice a year. Apply the appropriate wood oil to the piece if it has not been sealed.
For all general cleaning purposes, use a micro fibre cloth to wipe any dust away.
Our Broadview Collection is a perfect example of mango wood. The patterns are enhanced with a dark multi-tone stain which creates a beautiful wood finish.