Exclusivity cannot be achieved by mainstream mediocre designs. However in the vast field of furniture designs, it’s not an easy task to be distinctive. Fortunately, founders at Zara Furniture took a deep dive into the history and discovered designs of unparallel beauty. Our particular form of design was perfected in the 2nd century AD by the Sassanian dynasty and furthur by the arabesque techinque which employes repeted geometrical, vegetal, and floral designs. Our second technique was perfected about 400 years ago in the Mogul era when they built the famous Taj Mahal. Lastly all of these time tested designs were infused with the imperial French and English furniture designs and we had at our hand the most exclusive and rare designs.

Rosewood, the darling timber of our artisans for its stunning dark grains, rigidity, and availability, is the choicest premium wood. To be more specific it is knows as Dalbergia Sissoo or Dalbergia Latifolia scientifically. Substantial hand carvings and lattice work require a hard wood which can tolerate countless strokes while under the chisel and hammer therapy. The finished piece marvelously maintains its final figure even under extensive use solely because of the rigidity of this wonderful wood. We also use Walnut, Deodar, Oak, Teak, and Chinar wood. Chinar is especially an exotic timber due to its highly variant grains and its golden creamy color, but it is an equally hard one to work with. It may take up to a month to make just one bed set. However difficult it is, its demand is always up for collector items.
 

Shandoor Bed

Turtle Stool

Japanese Sofa
     
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