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Wholesale Woodenware

For retailers and wholesalers, woodenware is a growing niche market which includes items like wooden utensils, decorative pieces, and storage boxes.

These products are gaining popularity in homes, restaurants, offices, etc.

This is mainly because people are now more interested in sustainable and organic lifestyles. They appreciate items that are practical, aesthetic, and good for the environment. 

Recent data also supports this with numbers. The global market for wood products is projected to rise from $748.01 billion in 2023 to $964.41 billion by 2027.

And region-wise, North America is the second largest market for these products.

This means there’s a strong demand from consumers as well as businesses in the foodservice, catering, and hospitality industry.

So, whether you’re looking to stock up on woodenware for resale or you’re a restaurant or cafe needing wooden cutlery, it’s great to buy these items in bulk from wholesalers.

Wholesale Woodenware: 4 Key Segments

Wooden Utensils

Nowadays, wooden utensils are preferably used in homes, restaurants, cafes, etc.

This is because they’re:

  • Heat resistant: Do not get hot, making handling food easy.
  • Non-toxic: Do not react with food, keeping it pure.
  • Sustainable: Made from renewable resources, appealing to eco-friendly shoppers.
  • Durable & gentle: Do not scratch the surfaces of the pans, making them last a long time. 

Here’s what you should consider for your store or food service business:

  • Spoons (Cooking, eating, and serving)
  • Forks & knives
  • Bowls
  • Serving plates, dishes, and trays
  • Cutting board
  • Honey dipper
  • Cake stands


Wooden tabletops are a trend these days as they enhance the dining aesthetics and complement any interior design.

Popular ones include:

  • Napkin holders
  • Salt & pepper shakers
  • Wine glass caddy
  • Wine rack 
  • Cutlery holder
  • Coasters
  • Baskets

They come in various wood varieties, finishes, and designs. Whether you prefer the rustic look of reclaimed wood or the sleek elegance of hardwoods like oak, maple, or walnut, there's a wooden tabletop to suit every customer’s taste.

Decorative Accessories

Interior designers and homeowners have long been passionate about wooden decor items. 

The natural look makes them a top choice for both living & commercial spaces.

So, if you’re a retailer specializing in home decor items or run a gift shop or general merchandise store, you can make a lot of money by selling wooden decorative accessories. 

Here’s what’s trending:

  • Chandeliers
  • Lamps with wooden bases
  • Shelves
  • Photo frames
  • Vases
  • Clocks
  • Candle holders
  • Plant pots
  • Key holders

Wooden Storage Boxes & Organizers

As Marie Kondo’s reality show “tidying up” went live on Netflix in 2019, the demand for storage boxes and organizers has been rising year after year.

Wood is a popular material for these storage items because it is durable, long-lasting, and aesthetic. 

So, having a wooden range of these items is a great idea. Consider including:

  • Trinket boxes
  • Multi-functional organizers 
  • Vintage jewelry boxes
  • Shoe racks

Having them in different sizes and shapes will allow customers to find the perfect fit for their specific space and functional requirements.

Takeaway: Each of these four types (wooden utensils, tabletops, decorative accessories, and storage boxes) is like a mini-market on its own. By focusing on any one or two, you can turn good profits. 

Whatever type of products you decide to buy in bulk, always check that the wood is of high quality and the finish is neat.

US Law on Woodenware: Domestic Sourcing & Importing 

If you are sourcing and selling wooden items that are manufactured and distributed within the United States, you do not need any specific certification.

However, if you’re importing wood or wooden products into the US for retail, you must obtain an APHIS (Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service) permit, which is regulated through the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

You should also be aware of other regulations that might apply, including customs duties, tariffs, and any specific country restrictions on wood products.