The wood used to build coconut furniture in Sri Lanka can be used in other tropical countries, too.
The wood, called coconut, is sourced from the Philippines and can be harvested in many places around the world.
In Sri Lanka, it’s used for coconut boards, furniture and other furniture.
In an interview with BBC News, the owner of the home-based furniture brand, Jyoti Nandi, explained that coconut is used for a wide range of projects, including as a structural support for coconut trees.
The wood can be mixed with sand, clay and lime to create a variety of shapes and textures.
For the purpose of building coconut furniture, it is also used as a building material for the construction of houses, he added.
But the process of obtaining the coconut wood is a complicated one.
It requires the use of chemicals, which can be dangerous.
Nandi said coconut is the most important part of the project, because coconut is one of the most sustainable resources that can be found.
In addition to the construction work, coconut is also the main ingredient in the coconut oil used to treat wounds, the local news channel NDTV reported.