The aesthetics of interior furniture designs are changing rapidly. While once the craze existed for neutral colour palettes and simple designs, now the scale has tilted towards vibrancy and brightness. Once where people opted for plain furniture for their home, now they opt for furniture with ornate engravings and designs. This is where the role of Indian furniture designers comes into play. Furniture that was made keeping the Western influence in mind was way more simplistic whereas with the advent of Indian furniture making this has changed to make way for more brightness and colour.
The traditional jaali pattern at the armrests and flute-shaped pattern at the sofa skirts are the key-traits of the three-seater wooden sofa set. Perfect for a traditional setting, this wooden sofa is one of the most charming designs.
This particular wall art by Indian furniture designers at PinkApple came with an extremely interesting product description which throws light on its artistry:
“Traditional bidriware is a combination of Persian motifs and designs adopted from the Bidar Fort, Ajanta frescoes and Persian florals. The bidriware artisan community, based out of Bangalore, has moved away from the traditional metalwork. The design team at PinkApple is helping them expand their domain with a line of products for interesting spaces. Gold inlay work, which was once as popular as silver, is now rare and expensive. Powder finishes in dull gold, copper and silver are currently being used to make the craft more vibrant and rich for Indian heritage spaces.”
Featuring a decorative custom border design, this window blind with a rich cotton base lends itself well to modern interior decor. Make it a part of the study room or the living room, it can enhance the ambience of any space. The design studio at PinkApple continues to revive the age-old craft of fine hand block printing by working closely with Indian furniture designers.
This wall mount lamp features a fabric shade with botanical block prints made by Indian furniture designers, adding a decorative touch to your indoor space.
Hand-tufting is an awe-inspiring technique that was brought to India in the 11th century by Muslim invaders. As this form of craft still persists in North India, PinkApple aims at bringing the craft to their customers with their own designs and quirks by their group of Indian furniture designers that suit their customers’ interiors perfectly.
This chair can easily add a pop of colour in interiors of different styles. Whether contemporary or classic, the bright red upholstery ensures a colourful update to the interiors. Place it in your favourite corner in the living room by a lamp, it lends itself well to reading, too.
Thus the days of muted colours and drab furniture are gone. Head over to PinkApple to get your hands on these gorgeous pieces of Indian furniture!
I was born in Belgium and for 16 years I've been an India lover and traveller, from South to North. Everywhere I go I keep an eye out for products that are as authentic as they are timeless in design. Pinkapple is just that. They make contemporary quality products.
PinkApple team is highly creative and personalised in their approach. We had to make adjustments in the look, feel and spatial arrangement of our living room. The team spent good amount of time to understand our like and dislikes, wishes and philosophy. The end product were swashbuckling new sofa sets, drapes and lampshades that had a fantastic personality. I have received so many compliments from my friends. Thanks Pink Apple.
Great range of products with the ability to customise almost every detail. The choice of colours and designs is what I've seen most of the competition unable to match. It's a pleasure to have a continuing relationship with Pinkapple, each time we feel the need to spice up our house.
PinkApple did a great job in managing and sprucing up our office interiors. They did it within limited time and also within our limited budget.