By: Jacey Larsen
Mango wood is a beautiful and durable type of hardwood that originates from Mango Trees. It is known for its unique texture and color, as well as its ability to maintain low wear over long periods of time. It is used to make great quality furniture and décor, and because of this, is often utilized in today’s modern designs. Mango Wood is very versatile and can be used in any area of your home, but this article will focus on how to tie it into your kitchen accessories.
KITCHENWARE AND DINNERWARE
Like previously mentioned, mango wood has high durability. This makes it a great option for kitchenware and dinnerware to be constructed out of this material. It will last much longer in comparison to the typical plastic or glass that is used, and it is more timeless in design. This will also result in having to purchase new dinnerware and kitchenware less often, which is an added bonus.
Mango Wood plates and utensils can be used to make decorative place sets for your breakfast bar or arranged in window cabinets, while Mango Wood trays, cutting boards, and cooking spoons can be displayed on your kitchen countertops.
Another great way to utilize mango wood in your kitchen is by making it useable storage. This can help to unclutter the space in your kitchen by providing a way for your supplies and ingredients to be neatly stored. This mango wood canister set by Okoa Home is a perfect example, and would be great to store sugar, flour, butter, or whatever fits your liking.
MIRRORS AND PLANTERS
Your typical décor can also be found constructed with wood. The teardrop mirror shown above is another item that can be purchased from Okoa Home and would make a great addition to your kitchen space. It can either be hung from or set up against a wall, or even used a decorative tray. Mirrors are great to use in design because they can make any area feel more spacious and brighter.
Mango wood also makes beautiful pots and planters. You can use these to grow decorative flowers and plants, or even utilize them for a more efficient purpose, such as growing herbs and spices. Having potted plants as décor helps to strengthen air quality throughout your home, boosts feelings of creativity and productivity, and lowers stress. It assists in bringing a bit of the outside, inside.