Rajasthani furniture is an exquisite patchwork of intricate and arty designs. Rajasthan boasts of furniture ranging from wood, silver, marble to Meenakari. Extremely artistic and elegant to look at, these can create the aura of traditions of about hundreds of years back. Wooden Rajasthani furniture is a fine arty blend of elaborated lattice work and delicate ornamental designs. Choose from a wide range of furniture including chairs, swings, chowkis, mirrors and centre tables. The wood that goes in the making is Sheesham, Mango and Babool. Jodhpuri wood furniture are extremely gorgeous and have an antique touch to it.
Says designer Chitralekha Ghosh, “Rajasthani mirrors look exquisite in a living room.”Rajasthani furnishings also boast of its silver furniture. Delicate and beautiful designs are embossed on silver furniture. The delightful piece of furnishing is made from silver teamed with imaginative artwork.” Meenakari furniture is the most exquisite piece of Rajasthani furniture. Created with expertise and creative skill, engraved designs are attached to lac stick. These come in a wide range of colour palette to choose from. Pidha furniture is also created with utmost finesse with goat hair being weaved into seats supported by wooden frames.
Gujarati wall hangings such as chakla, hand-made mud wall hangings in textures of cotton, silk and heavy embroidery on fabrics are mesmerising to look at. Patterns vary from small geometric shaped wall hangings to large handcrafted ones bordered by woodwork. The paintings are usually adorned with beautiful stones, beads and small mirrors.
Mud wall hangings are made from clay and mud and adorned with traditional accessories.
Where to find
Check out an amazing collection of traditional Rajasthani and Gujarati home décor at Dakshinapan Complex in Golpark.
Go traditional this Pujas with conventional and vintage furniture. If you love art, let your home décor speak for you