A set of mango wood nest of tables could be a really beautiful and unique addition to your carefully crafted decor. The first time I actually saw this type of furniture I thought (out loud apparently based on the quizzical look I received from my spouse) "Does it really come from the same tree that produces the delicious juicy, fruit ?" If you were wondering the same thing, the answer is "yes." I learned that after the trees fruit baring years, it can be harvested used in a variety of ways. One of the most popular uses is to make gorgeous furniture that anyone would be proud to have in their home.
Accent pieces that are graduated in size allow you to display cherished pictures and favorite knick-knacks. If desired, they can often be stacked or fitted together to make more space in a room. If you have company and need an additional flat surface to hold food or drinks, they are ideal. Additionally, most pieces made from the mangifera indica tree usually have a very unique natural whorl pattern, in a range of colors from tan to green, that is hard to replicate. This tends to be a positive for people that enjoy organic and sustainable furnishings with a distinctive look.
I picked my favorite pieces based on their apparent attractiveness and functionality. I also wanted to make sure that if they were made from mixed materials that those were durable and eye-catching as well.