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Where to find Asian bedroom furniture?

Asian furniture, whether Chinese, Indian or Japanese, is exotic, lovingly crafted and a perfect choice for a restful and luxurious bedroom. Sheesham, Acacia and Mango are just some of the beautiful hardwoods that Asian furniture can be made from. The best suppliers of authentically crafted beds, chest of drawers and lamps source their furniture direct from India, China and Japan.

Indian and Indonesian bedroom furniture

Myakka With a warehouse outlet in Somerset, Myakka.co.uk, specialises in imported furniture, that is carefully crafted, carved and waxed by hand in Jodhpur, India. Their Mallani, Pali and Khimsar bedroom ranges are made from a variety of different woods, including Sheesham (Indian rosewood), Mango and Acacia wood. Indian Bazaar This online specialist of imported Indian Thakat furniture uses Indian hardwood. On their website, Indianbazaar.co.uk, it has a king-size bed and bedside cabinet made from Sheesham wood, as well as painted mirrors and chairs, which are perfect accessories for a bedroom. Lombok Named after the Indonesian island, Lombok.co.uk uses Mahogany, Acacia and new Teak, as well as old reclaimed wood. Bedroom furniture is one of Lombok's strengths and it showcases a variety of handcrafted items on their website and in their UK stores, from grand four poster beds to an eastern inspired black lacquered wardrobe. It also sells decorative accessories, cushions and bed linen, that continue the Indonesian theme.

Chinese and oriental bedroom furniture

Supatra Kyoto, China and Zen are three styles of bedroom furniture that Supatra.co.uk sells online and in their London and Berkshire stores. From black Zen beds and chest of drawers to hand-painted antique style wardrobes, there are items to suit both traditional and contemporary rooms. They also offer a be-spoke service where you can, for a fee, commission a new piece of furniture or re-design or re-size an existing item from their range. Indigo Indigo-uk.com imports and restores antique furniture from China, Japan, India and Tibet. Their restored Chinese and Oriental cabinets showcase the beauty and detail of Asian craftsmanship. Indigo sells a large selection of Chinese lamps, in a variety of colours and styles, perfect for a bedside table. Asia Dragon Asia Dragon is a specialist in authentic Asian furniture to suit both modern and traditional style bedrooms. Their teak furniture range, including bed, dressing table set and carved elephant wardrobe, is hand-made in Northern Thailand. Oriental screens, used for dividing a room or simply for decorative purposes, add a finishing touch to any bedroom.

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