About Us


Reclaimed wood

The Puji story...

Puji is a Manchester based furniture company that is inspired by the beauty of the Far East and Orient. The name ‘Puji’ is Indonesian and simply means to bless or admire. For us it's perfect, we want you to stand back, admire your home and the beauty of our furniture.

Words such as tranquil, eco-friendly, sustainable, reclaimed and functional are what drive our designers and the company. Our vision is for our furniture designs to be pieces that withstand the test of time, age beautifully and fit in both modern and traditional homes while being eco-friendly and sustainably sourced.

Puji insists on top-quality design, materials and craftsmanship and we are constantly evolving and designing new products. The result is a truly unique product that we can all be proud of. Whether you are looking for urban industrial, mid-century or modern and contemporary furniture, we are proud of the range we have to offer.

We specialise in reclaimed timbers as they require no new trees making them an eco-friendly option. Just a few of these include mango, pine, oak and teak wood.

Puji is renowned for its reclaimed teak ranges, these are crafted from wood so old you can feel the history and character. Each piece tells its own story, no two pieces of wood are the same. Old teak is sourced through recognised Indonesian timber brokers who purchase timbers recovered from old colonial buildings. This rustic, weathered and durable wood is perfect for the UK market. It is much less likely to shrink, move or crack. Unique and stunning, reclaimed teak is still a popular choice and we know why.

Many of the Puji designs have been featured in the press and home interior magazines such as Grand Designs, Ideal Home, Period Living and many more.  Puji is always delighted to appear in publications and it's even more amazing to think of how many homes hold a little piece of Puji.

We now manufacture both furniture and handcrafted accessories from all across Indonesia and its beautiful villages. We love the techniques that local Indonesians use and the final results are pieces that have been lovingly crafted and don’t negatively impact the environment. We are proud to have created a Puji community and our regular visits always lead to something new, which has helped the company to grow and stay exciting.

In the UK, Puji still maintain their ethical production and minimising our environmental impact is one of our core aims.  We work hard to recycle as much packaging in the UK as possible and we operate ‘positive recycling’ reusing as many boxes and wrappings as possible.