Highboard aus massiver Eiche von ekomia
Friedrichshain dresser - design darling with lots of storage space
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Timeless minimalist

The overarching design language of ekomia is minimalism. Apart from current trends, we try to make ekomia furniture as simple and straightforward as possible so that it will still fit in with the times 20 years from now. Nevertheless, we work with great attention to detail.

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Ökologische, nachhaltige Möbel von ekomia

Holistic ecological

At ekomia, we try to make the entire product life cycle as sustainable as possible.

We use FSC certified European solid wood and ecological paints & oils. We try to keep the transport routes short and compensate the CO2 emissions. We take care to use only health-compatible, vegan substances without synthetics or allergens.

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Moderne Produktion von ekomia

Technology meets craftsmanship

Our production works with the most modern computer-controlled machines, which work very precisely and inexpensively.

Nevertheless, the wood selection is hand-picked and typical characteristics of the wood are carefully processed by our production staff. For the connectors we use quality components from companies like Haefele or Blum.

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DIY und Upcycling Möbel von ekomia

Direct Sales & DIY

Our products are mostly produced in series and sold directly without intermediaries. Thus we can realize better prices than is possible in the traditional trade.

For those who want to save even more, we offer cheap DIY sets for furniture and lamps that can replace the purchase of new furniture.

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Design Bett aus massiver Eiche von ekomia

Bed Schöneberg for the family

We are always delighted when we get beautiful ekomia furniture pictures from customers as a thank you. Be inspired by the blogger Bina.

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"...affordable, ecological furniture..."
"The first collection convinces with clear lines and Scandinavian flair. In addition, there are two smart DIY living ideas for small money, but with great charm".
"Ekomia's growing crib is made of FSC-certified solid pine..."
"Berlin designers Jekaterina and Rolf Piechura produce ecological and flexible furniture."

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If you would like to know what our wood feels like, we will be happy to send you a sample free of charge.

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Organic solid wood furniture with style

Ekomia stands for minimalist ecological furniture with Scandinavian design. We use certified oak or pine wood and ecological paints or oils. The durable solid wood furniture is completed by cheap DIY furniture & lamps.

Why organic furniture from ekomia?

Organic products have been known for a long time in the food and textile industries. In the furniture sector, on the other hand, there seems to be either short-lived chipboard furniture or eco furniture that somehow seems to have fallen out of time. We wanted to change that by developing ecologically high-quality furniture that still looks good.

"At ekomia, we try to make affordable designer furniture while staying as ecological as possible."

Natural furniture, organic furniture, eco furniture, sustainable furniture?

What's the difference? People often have different things on their minds when they talk about natural products or sustainability. Terms are used that are sometimes used synonymously or can mean completely different things.

The various ecological aspects of natural furniture

There are different approaches to furniture when it comes to ecological furniture:

  • Solid wood furniture made of the natural material wood, which promises a long durability.>
  • Healthy furniture with as few pollutants as possible.
  • Furniture that consists to a large extent of natural materials and does without synthetic materials, colours and glues.
  • Environmentally friendly furniture production using only wood from trustworthy sources and raw materials that do not harm the environment.

At ekomia, we take a holistic approach to sustainability. Starting with the selection of high-quality, pollutant-free materials, environmentally friendly production, recycled packaging and short, climate-friendly transport routes to the customer.

Good reasons for eco furniture

There are several reasons why you should buy ecological & sustainable furniture as holistically as possible:

  • Furniture takes up a lot of space in our closed rooms, so it should be free of harmful substances, especially paints and glues.
  • Unfortunately, in some countries timber is still felled without thinking about reforestation or the protection of ecosystems. That's why you should know where the wood comes from when you buy it and that it is FSC or PEFC certified.
  • Sustainable also means durable. Make sure that the furniture is made of high-quality, durable materials such as solid wood. Metal joints or whether surfaces can be repaired are also quality criteria.

In the following we will explain to you what organic furniture is all about in detail.

Wood, glue and surface treatment - what matters

Solid wood furniture for generations

In contrast to chipboard, solid wood is glued together from complete wooden parts. This gives a stable, durable construction that can be easily repaired even in the event of dents, cracks or scratches. So solid wood furniture can become old generations.

Of course, it is important that the design of the furniture does not go out of fashion at some point. That's why we at ekomia try to make our organic furniture as simple and timeless as possible, so that you and later generations can enjoy the pieces for a long time.

Wood glue for natural furniture

Wood glue is unfortunately mostly produced synthetically in furniture construction and in many cases on the basis of formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is a substance that occurs in nature, but can be harmful to health if there are high concentrations in the air.

Straight chipboards have a high glue content of up to 10%, which is often based on formaldehyde. Solid wood, on the other hand, requires very little wood glue (less than 1% glue content).

At ekomia we used a formaldehyde-free white glue.

Ecological paints and furniture oils

Conventional paints are mostly synthetically produced from petrochemical products. In the case of natural paints, attempts are made to use organic and mineral raw materials as far as possible.

The use of solvents should also be avoided, because solvents are harmful to the environment in nature and can impair the health of furniture manufacturers.

Ekomia only uses natural vegetable oil-based paints, which are approved for children's toys according to the DIN EN 71 standard, are vegan and do not contain known allergens.

How do I care for organic furniture?

Naturally oiled or glazed wooden surfaces have the advantage that scratches or stains can be easily repaired:

  • For light soiling or dry surfaces, you can simply polish the furniture oil or woodstain with a cotton cloth from the wood surface.
  • For heavier stains you can rub the oil or glaze with a sanding pad to remove the stains.
  • Very heavy soiling must first be removed with coarse sandpaper (P100 - P200) and later sanded with sandpaper before the surface can be treated with oil or glaze.
  • Strong dents or holes in the wood should be filled with a furniture wax before treatment.

You can buy care sets and wood wax for all white and natural oiled ekomia organic furniture from us. If you want to build and treat a piece of furniture yourself, you can also get ecological wood varnishes and working materials from us.

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Scandinavian white or noble wild oak

For ekomia furniture we used different types of solid wood:

Our FSC certified pine wood from Sweden is glazed white with an ecological glaze. The beautiful grain of the pine shimmers through easily.

The massive wild oak from Poland (FSC certified) with a distinctive grain and a few branches worked by hand is ecologically oiled.

If you want to know what our wood feels like, you can order a free wood sample.

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Organic design furniture by ekomia - Scandinavia sends its regards

"With borrowings from Scandinavian design, we try to make the models as simple and straightforward as possible with great attention to detail."

Less is more

Ecological furniture actually has a long tradition in Germany. Already in the 70's companies have dealt with it. But many of the old and current models you don't want to have in your home anymore - they are too old-fashioned and ornate.

When ekomia furniture follows a design language, it is minimalism. With borrowings from Scandinavian design, we try to make the models as simple and straightforward as possible with great attention to detail. We want to create timeless objects that are not subject to fashion.

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Wood production of natural furniture

Every solid wood has its own characteristics that have to be taken into account during production. How does the wood stretch after cutting? How does it react to oils and glazes? Many years of experience are therefore indispensable in the furniture trade.

A piece of furniture goes through the following steps in production:

  • Wood selection and cutting of the raw piles
  • Gluing to boards or strips and coarse sanding
  • Fine cutting, milling & drilling
  • Fine sanding and treatment with ecological oil or glaze
  • Quality control and packaging

We cooperate with experienced production partners. Our partners for oak furniture, for example, exclusively produce solid wood furniture from oak and know all the characteristics of wood. Our design drafts and specifications for sustainability are thus underpinned by the production know-how of our partners.

The most sustainable furniture? Maybe you already have.

Upcycling and doing it yourself

Why do you always have to buy new things? You can also use simple means to recycle old things into new ones and enrich your apartment with chic unique pieces.

Have a look at our DIY section. There you will find some ideas how to create new things from old branches, concrete or packaging - in a simple way and with tools everyone has at home.

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