Have you ever heard of Jepara?
Yes, it is the name of one of the areas in Central Java, Indonesia.
Quality furniture for the home work of the craftsmen Jepara, Central Java seems to have known very well by some world-class designers. One of the international designers who are interested in the local furniture is Niki Nasr, designers from Denmark, who has been entrusted the nineteen-year results created a design for a furniture by craftsmen from Indonesia.
This was the work of designer furniture has penetrated markets of the world such as Italy, Germany, Spain, Mexico, and several other countries. Furniture business that they do this itself is a family owned business that has been running for decades.
Niki was amazed at the quality of the work of the craftsmen Jepara who has tremendous patience for the process of carving. While the materials are to be chosen are teak, acacia, Sungkai, mahogany, mindi and a special type of oak wood imported from France. While the source of inspiration in producing works tend to be simple and classic design, many took to the Scandinavian style of pure uncomplicated lines and intact.