What is the making process of your products?

The process starts from ethically sourcing indigenous locally grown log of wood and  procuring it from forest, sawmills and plantations and then bought and kept for seasoning for at least 6 months to 1 year. After which they are roughly cut to slabs and again allowed to season for  minimum 1 month to 3 months according to the thickness of the slab. Finally the wood is ready to be cut to size and be crafted  into desired products. Lastly the products are hand finished using beeswax and linseed oil.

Are your products food safe ?

Yes, they are, because absolutely no chemical is used in the whole process.  Only natural ingredients (linseed oil, beeswax) and methods are used to craft our products.

Why use woodenware?

As wood is a natural insulator it is heat resistant, so you can hold a hot plate of food very comfortably. Wood is also an inert material therefore it doesn’t react to food. It is durable and lasts a long time and can have multiple lifetimes through refinishing and restructuring. Unlike plastic, ceramic, metal and other synthetic engineered materials wood is easily biodegradable, does not generate harmful waste when discarded and does not leach any harmful chemicals in the environment.



Do you take bulk orders?

Yes, we take bulk orders for hotels, restaurants, cafes, festive hampers, corporate gifting, wedding gifts etc.

Can you customize shape and size?

Only for bulk orders, we customize shapes and sizes.



How is wood renewable?

First of all, wood is the most environmentally friendly raw material as it’s renewable. In fact, wood is the only building material made from sun, rain, and carbon from the air. It’s infinitely replenishable and renewable. That’s amazing when you think about it. Wood is a raw material that grows and replenishes itself every year. A lot of folks wonder if it’s environmentally friendly to cut down trees. Luckily, with selective harvesting–in contrast to clearcutting–it’s not a problem. In fact, it’s required for forest health.

How is wood good for the climate?

As we know trees absorb carbon throughout their life. They take it out of atmosphere and store it in their trunks as they grow. But it doesn’t end there,when trees are turned into wood products they continue to store that carbon. The production and processing of wood uses much less energy – known as embodied energy – than most other building materials, giving wood products a significantly lower carbon footprint.

How is wood a zero waste material?

Here’s another reason why wood is so good from a sustainability perspective. Because of improvements in technology over the last few decades, wood manufacturing has become a zero waste industry. What does that mean?

By-products from every stage of the production process can be reused and repurposed. When wood is harvested, a percentage of it is processed into lumber, some of it is converted into other wood products, and still more of it is recovered for energy production. But none of it goes to waste.

  • Sawdust and wood shaving is used as mulch in local farms
  • Rough wood cuts get re-used in making MDF boards, pallets and other building materials or is used as fuel for heating.