Malaysia Tatler Homes - - JUN/JUL ISSUE -

Take the first step to­wards en­vi­ron­men­tal preser­va­tion from the heart of your home

A ver­sa­tile ma­te­rial, wood can be fin­ished with a smooth sur­face or left un­stained to re­veal its gor­geous im­per­fec­tion of knots and grains. Case in point: the solid teak root base of the cof­fee ta­ble on the left, de­spite its ir­reg­u­lar form, ex­udes a nat­u­ral, rustic charm that is clearly dis­played un­der the tem­pered glass top. The Na­turel cof­fee ta­ble, made of In­done­sian Suar wood (also known as In­done­sian rain­tree) in its most or­ganic state, is just as show­stop­ping, if not more.

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