Nithinant Co., Ltd.EGGWHITE

Nithinant Co., Ltd.EGGWHITE

Contemporary - Décor - Decoration - Decorative Item - Designed Furniture - Eco-friendly - Furniture - Interior - Material - Para-wood - Rubber Wood - Sustainable

"If we were egg yolk, furniture and everything around us would be egg white." EGGWHITE was founded in 2014 out of a desire to produce contemporary minimalist furniture. Our ambition is to make well-designed furniture and accessories that answer the needs of living in terms of maximizing space and giving users the flexibility to adapt it to their everyday use. We chose locally sourced rubber wood to help the environment through the use of sustainable materials. EGGWHITE create design that is both aesthetic and functional, at a price point accessible to customers. We are commited to our community and the environment by building sustainability together.

Nithinant Co., Ltd.
259 Moo 1, Muang, Bang-pu, Samutprakarn 10280 Thailand

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