Furniture made from coconut palms which were commercially
planted but are no longer useful. Uses wood that would otherwise be
cleared as waste.
Indigenous style furniture, originated in
the islands of the South Pacific. The tables reflect the models of
construction of the great Pacific war canoes with pieces of palm
wood sewn together with coir. Chairs are influenced by the design
of Zulu war shields were skins are stretched over animal
bones. All pieces are finished intricately by hand using
Palmwood® is the name given to the finished
Pacific Green recycles unproductive
coconut palms, old plantation land is then returned to the local
villages to replant with young fruit bearing palms and other cash
crops. This has created a sustainable indigenous economy.
Pacific Green Furniture uses no
toxins or chemicals, the finishing oils are natural. Packing
materials are recyclable.
Information last verified 14th