In Indonesia, pearl handcrafting has a great tradition. A pearl in natural form or a coloured pearl, reinforced with artificial resin, makes it possible to produce a variety of housing accessories such as bowls, trays, platters, cups, bellhops, cutlery, sheets, saucers, photo frames, statuettes, vases, mirrors, mirror frames, lamps, chandeliers, even furniture. The skilful hands of local craftsmen create interactions of pearls into floral and geometric decorations. The design, handmade pearly apartment accessories make the interior look luxurious.
Exotic wood products are a suitable addition to the exterior as well as an original interior accessory. Exotic wood in the interior makes a reassuring impression, connecting man to nature. Teak wood (Tectona grandis), suar wood, mungur (Samanea Saman), albinos (Albizia falcata), popular for their strength and colour permanence, are all popular with exotic wood products. Softer exotic trees, such as mango (Magnifera indica), acacia (Acacia), are used to make carved and coloured housing accessories. The price of wood hinges on the age of the tree trunk. The older the wood is and the more mature its value is higher. A combination of pearl and wood is subtle. The design, handmade pearl-wood apartment accessories make the interior look luxurious.
Easy maintenance by wiping the surface with a household water detergent.