Rustic handcrafted antique doors and reclaimed woods are used to create beautiful armoires and cabinets, rustic natural earthy furniture that is artistic, the carvings include tribal folk history and an old world character along with being practical for storage.

Vintage Indian furniture such as "tribal damchiyas" and "manjoosh on wheels" are traditional styled chests that were used to store textiles or grains, creating an unusual and eclectic mix of the traditional and rustic styles of furniture. Coffee tables made from reclaimed doors and distressed woods with carvings inspired from nature usher in positive vibrations into your home.

Mogul Interior imports large hand carved mandala headboards, rustic archways, antique doors and room dividers, Deity carvings, Buddha panels, old door sideboards, armoires & antique barndoors which add an exotic touch to your home.

A lavish selection of interior and exterior Haveli doors, Indian arches and columns and architectural walls that are used as room dividers, rich with history of the past, these vintage doors are available in a variety of styles such as the blue Jaipur doors, arched temple doorways, Gujarati carved door panels, huge Haveli gates. 

Article Source:

The extraordinary thing about decorating with antiques is that they add history and soul to a home, creating an extension of your personality and connecting you to your roots

There's something so earthy and realistic about an authentic artisan hand carved cabinet or console which has survived through the years, all the journeys it has experienced


Antique door sideboards with their rustic carved patinas, vintage consoles enhance the decor with their character and energy. It's a delight to live with things that may never be made a similar way again, treasures of bygone years.


An antique chest gives storage and works as a statement piece, traditional classic design and curated artifacts, Mogulinterior brings in unique and one of a kind furniture, each piece lovingly restored.


Comments (0)

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published.