Restoring old historical homes gives the design and architectural designers the potential to add classic character with reclaimed wood doors. The quality and workmanship of traditional and authentic Haveli Indian doors, handcrafted in teak wood in old world eclectic designs, elaborately carved frames, corbels and finials, these beautiful majestic carved doors from the past can be fully integrated into urban and modern interiors. Exteriors get a face lift with older columns and rustic design features. Reclaimed rustic woods, authentic antique doors, and vintage home decor creates a new energy field that rejuvenates an old property adding character and transforming boring into magnificently extraordinary.
Using triple arched verandas, old Indian doors salvaged from mansions and beautiful carved teak columns, the cusped arches in the architectural design brings the royal vintage aesthetic into a modern property. Architects and interior designers love working with the solid teak wood doors that once were part of old-world design. Rustic eclectic farmhouse, bohemian chic design, Spanish inspired homes, or contemporary modern homes take the vintage woods, the stunning appeal of antique handmade elements gives new life and ambiance to your renovation.
- Rustic white washed or blue patina beautifully carved wood fireplace enclose as the focal point for a stunning modern fireplace
- Vintage old carved doors armoire in rustic greens and red patina used in the kitchen as a affirmation piece alongside modern cabinets.
- Use an old manjoosh or Indian sideboard as a kitchen island, give a granite top and open the back to make it more practical for storage.
- Add carved wood panels in elaborate reliefs of the Tree of Life, giving meaning to your interior design and bring in positive energy vibes.
- Old door sideboard buffet used as graceful vanity cabinet with marble top and copper sinks.
- Panel a studio wall with the triple veranda arch and hang colorful paintings in the nooks.
- Use the antique Haveli door in your courtyard creating a bohemian sanctuary alongside marble and granite statuary.
- Accent the entrance with teak columns that have stone bases and carved corbels, the intricate detail making them unique and eclectic.
- An antique framed jharokha mirror in a contemporary powder room with a pedestal sink.
- Old oxcart benches and an Indian swing add to the vision of old fashioned model.
- Adding value in historic and architectural design gives distinction to the property and makes it stand out from the crowd.