Just like its name, Ārāishī a splendid slipper chair is designed to embellish and adorn your interiors with its graceful look.
Very regal in its look, this accent chair, shall not just majestify you space but also give you ultimate seating comfort because of its soft cushioned seat with a slight bounce and the straight and long back.
Team up two Ārāishīs, add complementing small throw pillows to them, a small side table in between, a rug below them, and Voila! you have an intimate and cozy corner ready to enjoy long talks with your close one. Have them installed in your living rooms, lounge or bar corner. Also very suitable in waiting lounges and hotel lobbies.
If you are an admirer of Scandinavian designs and interiors which epitomize minimalism with clean lines, simplicity and functionality then this is the perfect chair for you. Āvalī, which means row or series of continuous lines, this modified English Windsor chair has a simple clean look but the true intricacy goes in its structure and joinery detail. Every rod of the semicircular back support and the four legs are independently joined to the base of the chair, unlike conventional chair design. Āvalī has a very urbane and chic appeal to it. Being completely made of only high grade sheesham wood, this chair is a lasting piece, much low on maintenance all making it versatile in use.
Best suitable in pairs, under covered balconies or garden facing varandas to enjoy morning tea and pleasant sunshine. Can be used as visitors chair in office spaces or in your study, or even as dining chairs in homes, restaurants or cafes.
Āzraya a derivative of the word ‘aashraya’ which means a place of refuge or a cradle to lie in peace, is a cozy reclined back lounge chair having a very old school feel. The design is inspired by vintage Calcutta style recliner chair, minimized in carvings and stylized to match your interiors without doing away with the comfort and ease of those recliners.
Fully cushioned with extra protruding cushioning to specially support your lower back shall give you ultimate comfort for long durations. Get cozy and enjoy moments of solitude with a cup of coffee or a novel on this relaxing and welcoming recliner.
Best if installed as a single piece while teamed up with a foot stool for better leg support. Can be a statement piece in your library, bedroom corner, study, TV lounges and waiting lobbies.
Dhyāyati or that who is meditating, so is the serenity in the form and design of this lounge chair. With a very stable, calm and mellow appearance as well as structure of this chair, add elegance and grace to your living rooms.
The chair has a low seating having solid wood base with thick cushioned seat and a smooth curved wooden back giving ample comfort. The beautiful natural wood grains on the back and
the colorful upholstery fabric gives the right mix of earthiness and chic impression making it a definite showstopper of your decor.
Make a cozy corner in your living rooms or in study with placing a side table in between two Dhyāyati pieces and a floor lamp behind. Or bring a difference to your office executive’s cabins by using these chairs for VIP guest seating in place of the typical sofa set. Or if you are a cafe or restaurant owner and want to have a unique and low height seating instead of the standard ones, this shall be one good choice to make.
Just like the famous American fashion icon and interior designer, Iris Apfel, we too believe that sometimes, “More is more and less is a bore”. And so is the spirit of this regal taburet of stool with its embellishing looks. ‘Firdausī’ means an angel or a woman of heaven, and that is what we like to call this exquisitely designed Roman style stool. Add some classical charm to your interiors with this stool, if you are a connoisseur of antique and traditional looks.
Best used in pairs as extra seats in your lounge or bedrooms, or in waiting lobbies of Hotels. A single piece can also be used as a dressing stool. Don’t miss on the moments to regard and behold two beauties together in the mirror, Firdausī and the very lady that sits on it.
Very geometrical in its form, Jyāmitī has a very playful and quirky design. Just by customizing the upholstery fabric colors, this chair can be used in versatile ways. The minimalist design with clean lines, simplicity and high functionality along with comfort of soft seat and upright back support, this is a perfect chair for your study.
Best used as dining chairs in cozy apartments or even in restaurants or cafes. Can also be used as waiting chairs in office spaces or desk chair in your study.
Like a peacock our beauty is multiplied when we spread our wings and show the world our stuff. Let’s not be afraid in being who we are. Kalãpin meaning peacock in sanskrit, resembles the spread feathers of a peacock. It is a beautiful chair completely handcrafted in sagvaan wood having cushioned seat and good back support. Inspired by monsoons and the vintage round metal balcony chairs we have re-imagined this beauty completely in solid natural wood.
Adorn your balconies with a pair of this cute and artistic chair and enjoy the playfulness and melody of fresh rain drops with your loved one in monsoons.
Kashīdā, as the name suggests, imitates the overlapping loops of an embroidery or needle work. The magical intricacy of the design is achieved by handcrafting each piece by our wood craftsmen, as we like to call them instead of carpenters. The beautiful grains of the Indian sagvaan wood adds to its prettification, making it a statement piece for your space, which shall last for ages.
Though can also be used as a stool to sit anywhere indoors because of its convenient size and weight, but best suitable if installed as side table or corner table besides your sofa set. Team these up with lush leafy planters, on both sides of your couch and it shall not just enhance the overall space but is definitely going to be the spotlight for your living room.
“I am a vintage soul that is young at heart!”
In Urdu, Maurūsī means something ancestral or that which is inherited in family. This stunning but comfortable arm chair is designed to bring back the chic and elegance of the post modern era. The chair while having both the seat and the back cushioned along with wide arm rests, is very welcoming and you will simply enjoy getting cozy in this chair.
The thoughtful fusion of vintage form and structure, with the peppy color of the fabric, this chair is best suitable in pairs in your lounges, living rooms or any formal or informal sittings. Can also be installed in hotel or cooperate lobbies.
“Halki-phulki si hai zandagi, bojh to khwaishon ka hai.” – Piyush Misra (Life is light. Desires make it heavy.)
Sometimes simplicity is what we really need, Mr̤idu meaning clement and mild, is a chair designed with the same spirit and has just a very clean and gentle character to it.
This chair shall give the comfort of straight back seating. The lightness and compact proportions of this chair makes it very easy to move it around, hence is a multi-purpose chair for your space.
Best suitable in pairs, under covered balconies or garden facing varandas to enjoy morning tea and pleasant sunshine. Can be used as visitors chair in office spaces or in your study, or in case of limitation of space may also work as dining chairs.
The famous Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, a contemporary of Cubism & De Stijl eras, felt and so said “Curves are so emotional.” The design of this chair, Noshīn, reflects the same idea that natural beauty and emotions are best achieved in curves and not with straight edges. Noshīn is the chair which has just the right mix of aesthetics, comfort, design and functionality.
Having a very pleasant and feminine look and nature inspired design, with its curvy back and unique half arms design, it feels like the chair is embracing you from back while sitting.
Very comfortable and elegant, use these as dining chairs or even with your bedroom’s study desk. Can be used in pairs as side chairs in your formal lounge or living room areas. Or if you are a cafe, restaurant, hotel or any showroom owner, this is definitely a statement piece to add variety in your seating options.
Paryaka which in Sanskrit means palanquin, is inspired by the works and ideas of the great Brazilian furniture designer Sergio Rodrigues.
Just as a palanquin, the form of Paryaka is designed to be very strong and sturdy with bold use of wood but it has an honest and very pure spirit to it.Designed to give the comfort of a low cushioned seating with leaning back support shall also be a piece of art for your living space.
Best suitable in pairs, for your lounge or living space or bedroom or besides the fire place to relax your evenings with a glass of wine. Can also be placed under covered balconies or verandas to sit and enjoy the fragrance of wet earth during rains or warmth of morning sun during winters with a cup of coffee.
Just like its name, Prahv is a chair that has a modest and humble essence. A very robust and smart looking chair with bold use of wood but soft edges and rounded corners, makes it unique in its design. If you like minimalist interiors then this is the chair for you.
Add sauve and sophistication to your interiors with this chair. Low on maintenance and versatile in use this chair shall be best suitable as visitors chair in office or as desk chairs in your study, or even as side chairs in homes. If you are tired of using standard metal and leather chairs in cooperate or office interiors, this chair can be an exceptional choice and hence can also be used in conference or board rooms.
R̤iju means simple, straight and sincere, and so is the character of this voguish bar stool, which is translated in its form and design. With very clean, bold and honest use of wood in its making, R̤iju is for those who desire minimalist designs and suave interiors.
Unlike usual bar stools which have mix of metal and wood, R̤iju is completely made of wood giving it an interesting mix of earthy yet urbane look. The smooth curve of the seat and a supporting, curved back also in wood is very comfortable for the user.
Use it with your kitchen island or breakfast counter or cozy bar corner in your homes, or if you are a cafe, pub or restaurant owner, this is definitely a must have piece to add variety in your seating options.
“Extremes are easy. Strive for Balance!” – Colin Wright (Author)
Evenness, equality or balance is what Sāmya means in Hindi and so does the spirit and minimalist design of this chair. Inspired by a cube Sāmya is a simple design with maximum comfort for a straight back seating. Add sophistication to your space with this modest and charming seat.
Best suitable in pairs, this versatile chair can be used as dining chairs in homes or bars and restaurants, in commercial spaces as visitor’s seats or even in hotel rooms and lobbies.
Sāyaka meaning an arrow in Sanskrit, is an eccentric and chic side table. Inspired by the form of an archer with stretched bow and arrow comes this design, completely made of sagvaan wood it is available in two sizes and desirable shades.
Best suitable if installed in pair of small and tall as coffee table or corner table besides your sofa set. Team these up with lush leafy planters and it shall not just enhance the overall space but is definitely going to be the spotlight for your living room.
Trīṇi simply meaning ‘three’ or ‘in three ways’ is the set of three, three legged stools.
Completely made of sagvaan wood, use these quirky and cute pieces in corners or sides of your lounge, office or bedroom furniture ensemble.
Just like a wooden sculpture or a kathputli, Yoṣā, which also means a wooden doll in Sanskrit, is a chair chiseled out of solid wood, completely by hand into a graceful and artistic form.
Good for straight back seating, this chair is very strong and durable, yet comfortable and elegant in look.
Can be used as side chair, or even dining chair or desk chair. It shall also look good in pairs in covered balconies or even as an accent piece in your lounge and formal sittings.