Luxurious Indian Interiors and Furniture Tapestry Room
Tapestry Room – The Indian interior blends with Indian culture and history and focuses on hand-carved furniture, carved doors with traditional motifs and richly embroidered textiles. Your gateway to the exotic world of colors and charms of old words, antiques and Indian art brings the energy of exquisite traditions that promote prosperity and happiness.
Elaborate and handmade carvings, authentic Indian furniture in a rustic but very solid style. The old door coffee table consists of recovered doors or cupboards that have carved chakra doors with some color. The designer in you wants to throw a pillow to throw a sari for a dramatic effect. Exotic colors and textures play luxurious carved teak headboards that carry hand-printed duvets with luxurious details. Sari curtains banged against the windows and the antique Banjara carpet gave the bedroom a classic look.
Rich Indian decorations in colors, patterns and textures, authentic antique Damchiya, fill the room with exotic flair. Antique Indian cows benches covered with colorful pillows transform this urban New York apartment into an energetic and lively space. Printed cotton throws on the sofas and three antique arches adorn the main wall of the living room. Unique architectural remains and paintings take center stage and add a touch of color to the white walls. There is a large brass box with a brass coating on the veranda, in which additional blankets can be stored.
Indian design is pretty luxurious, but some Indian interiors are very simple. The combination of British colonial style, as seen in antique rosewood cabinets with carved glass or a dazzling round table in Burmese teak with raised floors and inverted legs, gives the interior a versatile bohemian look. The turquoise carving console functions as a sofa table and is used to display family pictures. A large wall mirror made of antique arches is located opposite a special dining table made of antique doors. The barn door made of Ganesha and Krishna carvings in the living room makes a unique statement.
Curved lotus umbrellas filter the sunlight and hand-carved flower sofas adorn the living room. The carving is so fine and detailed that you will be amazed. Indian interior design is about balancing energy and creating a place that promotes health and well-being. An ancient Ganesha door adorns the entrance and you will be greeted with a sculpture of Krishna, the Hindu god who preserves the world with beauty and peace.