Kitchen Island Cabinets Made From Mahogany and Saligna
The two best suitable wood types for the making of kitchen island cabinets are that of Saligna and Mahogany. As such you will find our range of kitchen
island cabinets to be exquisite to say the least.
Why use Mahogany in the making of kitchen island cabinets?
African mahogany contains specific physical properties that make it rather versatile and suitable for a wide range of furniture. The wood grows in the tropical western parts of Africa
as well as Central and East Africa. When the heartwood is used the colour of the furniture is normally light to a rich red-brown. It has an interlocked grain. The texture is moderately
The wood is easy to work and nail as well as glues easily. Polishing and finishing of the wood are pleasurable as it provides for excellent end-results. It is often used in the making
of cabinets and is even sliced for veneers. We only use solid hardwood derived from areas where there are strict policies regarding reforestation. You will not find any veneers in our
products. This means longer lasting furniture that will still be beautiful ten years from now.
The kitchen may not be the main visitor focus at lodges, but it is certainly the case at guesthouses and private homes. Beautiful and highly practical kitchen island cabinets will
enhance the overall look of the kitchen and bring home the feeling of elegance and quality. This is what we aim at – quality.
If you want more than the ordinary cabinets and furniture for your lodge, guesthouse or home, view our extensive range and contact us today for a quote on kitchen island cabinets.
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