Ethnicraft Furniture For Life From “Lekker Home”

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By BenjaminBeck

Lekker Home, a Boston-based furniture store, has been a reliable source for many of our favorite brands, such as Urbancase, 8Knots and MUD Australia. It is also the main US source of Ethnicraft furniture, a Belgian furniture brand that we love. Francesca Connolly, a Remodelista contributor, has an Ethnicraft sideboard at her Cape Cod summer Lekker Home. Click to shop Ethnicraft online on Remodelista.

What is the Lekker Home attraction?

Ethnicraft furniture, which is handcrafted from eco-friendly woods and simple designs that will last the test of time is beautiful and affordable.

Ethnicraft garden furniture can be made in Indonesia, Vietnam and Serbia using woods responsibly sourced from the US, France, Serbia and Java. According to the company, it has a “moral responsibility” to consider all aspects of its operations from the origin of the materials to the disposal of factory waste. All wood waste, including sawdust and woodcuts is used for non-teak furniturepurposes.

Follow the links below to purchase or visit Ethnicraft at Lekker Home

Above: Ethnicraft’s Teak Skelet Rack is a brand new design. It comes in two sizes, the five-shelf version (shown here) and a shorter three shelf version. Both are 100 percent FSC-certified recycled wood. They were reclaimed from buildings in Javanese that have been abandoned and therefore not of cultural significance. This rack can be used as a bookcase or kitchen storage in the entryway. It is also available in oak at a cost of $900 for the three-shelf model and $1,600 in the five-shelf model.

Above: The Teak Stretch Table by Ethnicraft redefines table-jerky mechanisms. Pinched fingers are gone. One-handed pulling reveals additional leaves and a smooth-glide butterfly mechanism flips them into place. Lekker Home For maximum durability, the table is made from cross-laminated solid Teak wood. Any scratches that might occur over its life can be easily sanded off. The Stretch Table comes in three sizes. The 55-inch (when closed), rectangular table starts at $2,600

Above: The shelves of Teak M Rack Small are made from three-quarter inch thick solid teak. This allows for more space and less bulk. For maximum flexibility, the bookcase can be used on its short and long sides. It is also available in solid oak at $1,600.

Above: Oak Shadow Cupboard made from solid oak and brushed with white oil to give it a pale, matte finish that highlights the wood’s natural grain. Each set of doors opens to shelves that can either be adjusted or removed. They are designed to hold heavy items, including ceramic dinnerware.

Above: This solid-wood Oak Nordic Console was handcrafted in Serbia from sustainably harvested Serbian oak. (Ethnicraft’s oak is sourced from partners in France and Serbia. The piece features box joint details, two deep soft-close drawers and an open hull. It is priced at $1,200.

Above: Ethnicraft Oak Apron Table’s apronless design gives it an airy appearance. The top appears to be floating in space. The simple farmhouse-style piece is available in five sizes, ranging in length from 63 inches to 94 inches. Its price ranges from $1,700 up to $2,600. The Oak Straight Bench is available in coordinating colors starting at $700

Above: Ethnicraft’s Walnut collection is the latest addition to their solid woods line. The Walnut Nordic Rack is a favorite. You can choose from two sizes, with either four or six sliding doors that allow for concealed storage. It’s made from solid American walnut, which was sourced from the US, and finished with natural oil. The six-door rack is shown here starting at $2,800

Above: The large open space below Ethnicraft’s Walnut U Desk is ideal for minimalists and those who need more space. You can choose from three sizes of the desk: the 55-inch model starts at $2,100, while the oak version is also available.

Above: The Walnut Slice Expandable table has a distinctive angled “slice”, which runs around the perimeter. This modern detail wicker furniture is softened by its high-quality wood. The table’s smooth-gliding expansion mechanism can be found inside. You wouldn’t know it by looking at the table. Available in oak, teak and non-expanding versions. Prices start at $2,900