Ethnicraft Joins the Trade Source Furniture Collection

We're excited to now include Ethnicraft in our collection of renowned furniture designers. At the center of the Ethnicraft collection lies the Bok with extension tables in teak, oak, and blackened oak with accompanying chairs and benches, plus out door tables available as well.

Ethnicraft Black Bok Table

Both the indoor and outdoor dining chairs are available with either the solid wood seat, or cushions upholstered in either fabric or leather.

The outdoor furniture collection extends beyond Bok with the Jack teak furniture collection available as wood frames only or with off white, natural, and mocha upholstered quick dry cushions. A new blackened finish popular with the indoor furniture collection is in the works and will be added to the collection later this year.

The entire collection is stocked in North Carolina and available for quick delivery to California. Ask a Question from any product page to learn more about each piece.

Ethnicraft Double Extending Table

One of our favorites is the appropriately named Double capable of doubling in size which is no small feat working in solid wood. Oak and teak versions provide a substantial place to gather while operating effortlessly to open and close.

An absolute classic is the N701 lounger available as a chair and with several components to design a sectional sofa. A cognac saddle leather is available along with grey, blue, biege, and charcoal eco fabrics. Each piece clips together to form a tightly upholstered and super comfortable place to relax.

N701 Cognac Leather Chair

The newest sofa design goes even further to maximize your space. The Mellow sofa was designed to create the most comfortable and versatile sofa on the market.

Ethnicraft Mellow Modular Sofa

Where is Ethnicraft Furniture Made?

Ethnicraft operates on a global scale with offices in Belgium, France, US and Hong Kong. Production occurs in Serbia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia and Poland employing more than 200 people in their offices and over 2000 craftsmen and craftswomen in the Ethnicraft manufacturing facilities.

Learn more and read Ethnicraft furniture reviews and FAQs.

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