Mango Wood Furniture
posted May 07 2019
Mango wood comes from Southern Asia, although it’s believed to have originated in India. The trees grow to as tall as the Indian rosewood of 30 meters feet with a diameter of up to 1.5 meters. Since this tree produces nutritious fruit (mangos) it is allowed to live fruit bearing life, and it’s not until it stops producing that it’s cut down and used for timber.
Mango wood is also strong and durable, but it has the added quality of being highly resistant to water. It’s not as heavy as sheesham wood, which is a benefit for those wishing to move furniture occasionally. People who choose mango wood for furniture like the greenish brown color and the course texture of it. They also admire the design work because since mango wood is cut and shaped easily, some manufacturers carve exquisite designs in the wood.
Bedside table features mango wood in all its beauty. It’s been finished with a deep walnut color, and as you can see from the image, it’s sturdy and highly attractive.
Plasma media unit made of mango wood is powerful enough to hold up a television that can be quite heavy. It boasts two drawers at each end to accommodate media supplies. The deep walnut color will match most other furniture and décor in any room.