African Restaurant furniture
Imagine guests from countries far away dining at your lodge in the Kalahari or perhaps the Bushveld. They have come from far to enjoy the wildlife of this rugged continent and want to experience the safari feeling even while dining. They expect quality hand crafted African restaurant furniture and nothing less.
We are able to assist. As South African based manufacturers of African restaurant furniture that will impress even the most discerning eco-tourist, we bring years of experience in furniture design and manufacturing to the table. With our creative designs and equally impressive quality your guests will not simply experience dining as a daily ritual, but will saver the time they can enjoy luxurious surroundings in your restaurant.
We only use the best and solid hard woods such as Kiaat, Rhodesian Teak, and Mahogany, to name but a few of the solid hard woods, to manufacture our range of African restaurant furniture. Whether you are looking for a techniqued pine table for the patio area or want an impressive Rhodesian teak table with diamond shaped legs, or perhaps a sturdy Mahogany table that can seat several guests, you will not be disappointed with our range and ability to custom design according to client requirements.
You can also order leather back chairs to fit the various designs from us ensuring an overall ambience of style and elegance. Don’t settle for less than the best. The furniture will play an important role in the creation of a warm and welcoming ambience. As such wood from the African continent, obtained from areas where re-planting practices are followed will help to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Quality can be seen from afar and for this reason you should not compromise. Start with the African restaurant furniture and ensure that you have impressed right from the start. Contact us to order furniture according to your requirements.
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