Indonesia home décor & furniture report highlights environment-friendly and multifunction models
The online report includes complete details of 13 export suppliers and profiles home accessories, vases and pottery, garden ornaments and indoor furniture. The report also features industry information, new product features, price guides and export data. PDFs of each section are available to download for free online.
Report survey emphasizes industries’ move towards environment-friendly and multifunctional designs
Increasing global environmental awareness is driving Indonesia home décor suppliers to use environment-friendly materials in their products. Some have increased production of tabletop
and garden accessories made of recycled teak or mahogany from refurbished boats and old buildings.
Furniture makers, meanwhile, are expanding their line to include multifunctional pieces. Models may range from stackable, modular pieces to those that can be transformed into other types of furniture.
The report further shows:
- The US is the top export market for both home décor and furniture sectors.
- Indonesia is a major producer of furniture, with exports reaching $1.9 billion in 2015.
- The government provides active support to the sectors through export coaching programs and assistance in obtaining timber certification.
Furniture exports, according to the Industry Ministry, are expected to rise to $5 billion by 2020. Home décor and furniture suppliers will be doubling their marketing efforts to gain more orders from key markets of Europe and the US.
Sourcing Reports for India, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia
The Indonesia Home Décor & Furniture 2016 is one of a series of online Sourcing Reports covering emerging Asia supply markets. A full version of the report can be viewed online here.
Other related Sourcing Reports available online are:
Sourcing from Indonesia buyer’s guide
To help buyers new to Indonesia sourcing, the Hinrich Foundation has prepared a guide that provides an overview of the industries and products available.
Buyers will also learn how to find and vet reliable suppliers, available banking options, common methods of payment, shipping details and steps to avoid or settle trade disputes at http://www.developingcountrysourcing.com/sourcingfromindonesia.
- India: Bushra Baseerat
- Indonesia: Emerela Puspita
- Philippines: Cherrilyn Baylon
- Vietnam: Ly Nguyen
- Cambodia: Sophal Bun
- Laos: Phiengphaneth Chanthalangsy
- Nepal: Gabish Joshi