About Us

CASAKA believes in the synergy of quality and aesthetics. Our products include wooden furniture and various home decorations, all made from high-quality hardwood. We believe that furniture should serve both its function and its design just the same and we always ensure each of our products is a one-of-a-kind artwork that is not only pleasant to the eye but also long-lasting and sustainable.

When it comes to quality and details, we never cease to learn and to improve ourselves. We are dedicated to combining the natural feel with contemporary style to create state of art products.

Every instance, just like every individual piece of wood we use, holds a unique story and it is our mission to be a part of your story as our furniture continues to compliment the atmosphere of your property even for years to come.

We are using these kinds of woods for all of our furniture collection:

Well-known as a medium-density wood suitable for fine indoor furniture, as well as for outdoor garden furniture, boat building, and flooring, teak wood is very durable and resistant to decay and termites. The teak wood that we use is sourced from the Indonesian Forestry Agency (PERHUTANI), a state agency that manages sustainable teak plantations in Indonesia, as well as from government-approved village plantations.

Known as Trembesi or Suar in Indonesia, suar wood has an attractive grain suitable for fine furniture. The interlocking grain prevents the wood from cracking when moved to drier climates. A native of South America, rain trees are fast-growing and easily replaceable. Most of our natural pieces are made of this wood.

Known as Sonokeling in Indonesia, Dalbergia Latifolia is a premium quality timber species used for furniture, paneling, and other ornamental products. It is similar to ebony in hardness and has a fine dark brown color.

Natural hardwood is an organic material, every piece is unique in character and appearance. Therefore, it should be understood, that aging, contraction, and expansion of wood, and differentiation amongst grain and appearance are to be expected.

The beauty of wood is that every piece is different, with that comes variations and natural anomalies and imperfections in every wood. It is our management discretion to re-do, re-work, re-stain, re-build and re-discovered the beauty and the purpose of a piece based on these anomalies.

Also, this uniqueness of the wood, makes each piece of wood will absorb the stain differently, there will be an acceptance range of color variation within the boards that make up a piece. This is not a defect but the result of working with a natural product.

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