Hand-painted motifs in turquoise and yellowthe Indian mango wood that has been expertly assembled by our Rajasthani . These have spent a lifetime perfecting their craft that has been handed down to them from generations of master painters. This beautiful painted is decorated in some of the same patterns that adorn the gorgeous commissioned by Indian royalty hundreds of years ago and still visible today in the havelis of Rajasthan.
All of our items are available in a variety of sizes, patterns and colours. If you can’t find quite what you’re looking for, why not give us a call or visit our showroom? We are always happy to commissionorders for customers who have specific requirements, such as custom sizes for any of our items.
The wood used in the making of thiscomes exclusively from sustainably farmed mango or sheesham wood. In addition, Iris is dedicated to ethical free trade, and personally ensures that these standards are met by traveling to Rajasthan to meet directly with our and suppliers throughout the year.
Hand made and Hand painted Indian Furniture
Are you looking for a unique piece of furniture that will bring a touch of luxury and sophistication to your home? Look no further than Iris Furnishing’s range of Painted and Carved White furniture.
Our hand-carved furniture is made from sustainably-sourced mango or sheesham wood, and each piece is expertly carved by our Rajasthani woodworkers. The intricate patterns and designs are inspired by the palaces of and temples of the region and the floral motifs of havellis or grand homes of Rajasthan. Our artisans have been perfecting their craft for centuries, and each piece is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
At Iris Furnishing, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the finest products and aftercare services. Our furniture is available in a variety of sizes, patterns and colours, and we are always happy to commission bespoke orders for customers who have specific requirements. We are passionate about Indian furnishings, and are always staying on top of new patterns, trends, and interior design themes by regularly visiting Rajasthan’s many furniture emporiums- large warehouse full to the brim with exotic items like real life Aladdins caves.