Introducing the Asia range…
Our bestselling Asia range is a highly distinctive Indian reclaimed furniture collection that is both striking and unique.
As well as looking great, there’ll also be an interesting story to share with visitors to your home. The wood used to make each item is certainly no ordinary timber – it’s been salvaged from old, dismantled buildings in the Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan regions of southern India. As such, it has a rich and interesting heritage, with much of the reclaimed wood used being over 100 years old.
The wood features an eclectic range of colours and this particularly appeals to customers who are looking for furniture that makes a statement and stands out from the norm. To complement the solid wood, each piece features an outer steel frame. These frames not only provide structural rigidity but also give the furniture a unique urban / industrial look.
Highly skilled craftsmen have hand-finished each piece and so as well as being formed with robust and hard-wearing materials, each item is also very well made and truly unique.
Good quality furniture such as this will often outlast several decors and this is another benefit of the Asia range, as its eclectic colour scheme offers a great deal of versatility. As there are a blend of colours within each piece of the collection, one or more of these colours can be picked out and used as an accent colour for other elements in the room. So, for example, the hints of green within the timber can be coordinated with a similar colour of curtain, cushion or rug.
The range is more extensive than most in that it includes pieces for most rooms of the house, including the living room, dining room, kitchen, hallway and bedroom. The dining tables, TV stands, coffee tables and mirrors are the most popular elements of the collection but there are many more items besides, to suit a variety of needs within your house or flat.
The Asia range offers superb, eco-friendly Indian furniture with an industrial look and feel, and remains one of our most popular collections. We’ll leave you to browse through, but if you have any questions or we can offer any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.