Complete your home……As an important part of our family, furniture is that member without which our house or even office seems incomplete. Whether it is antique, modern or even the basic, the furniture of your place defines who you are. Choosing furniture is a boring job for some but for some it’s a treat to let out their inner decorator and design their place the way they want. Whatever the reason we all need furniture and thus we present you the best furniture stores in Delhi to give your abode a sterling makeover.
Project wood is a ‘passion project’ of architect Kanika Pahwa to share her love and eye for beauty in homes ranging from Contemporary to Classical styles. Project Wood specializes in manufacturing bespoke furniture and home decor products. The place is a hub to curate trendy iconic, authentic pieces without having to spend a fortune. Pieces of furniture at Project Wood exude timelessness and boast of a fine selection of understated pieces for both indoors and outdoors and help add a very modern vibe to your abode. Here is were you create forever fabulous!
FW Collections are a handpicked selection of fusion, contemporary luxury furniture and home décor. Our prices promise excellent value for eclectic designs trending across the world, curated and imported for you. Experience a luxury online furniture shopping experience with guided support from our Customer Care or visit our signature furniture stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Where: 416, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd, near D Imperia Hotel, opp. Metro Pillar Number 128, Ghitorni, New Delhi
Evok will leverage the core strengths of the group in understanding diverse consumer & trade behaviour, retail distribution network, brand equity, global sourcing & cost-effective supply chain management, which are critical success factors in this sector. A chain of large retail format stores under the brand name “EVOK- Home With Soul” is operating across the country. Evok Stores showcase over 20000+ world-class contemporary products in Home Furniture, Soft Furnishings, Home Decor & Accessories & Wall Fashion.
Evok also has as an online store at www.evok.in, provides various high-quality products in Home Furniture, Home Decor& Furnishing with various facilities like Free Delivery, Free Installation, 14 Days Easy Returns.
Where: Police Station, 2/15, Kirti Nagar Main Rd, near Kirti Nagar, Timber Block, Block I, Ware Housing Scheme, Kirti Nagar, New Delhi
As one of the trusted resources of imported luxury furniture in Delhi, our flagship features an eclectic mix of high-impact furniture pieces and interior accessories from over seven countries. Our selection boasts timelessly elegant design marvels from global heavyweights such as Ligne Roset, Kartell, Lenzi, Innovation Living, Arosio Milano, and many more. The expertly curated range of products. They source the finest brands—of international repute as well as hidden gems unheard of and make them accessible to those looking for genuine Italian and European furniture in Delhi.
Where: IOTA, Boutique Furniture, 1/45, WHS Kirti Nagar, New Delhi
Call: 01141012280, 01141420296
Ranging from Strong and solid furniture to handmade paper lights this shop is very famous for its quality and craftsmanship. Their beautiful linen curtains and beds made of various types of woods will enchant you and you will buy them, after all, they are easy on the pocket too. Fabindia’s products are natural, craft based, contemporary, and affordable.
Where: Experience Center, Local Shopping Centre, Shop no.10, Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
A family heritage for over 150 years, they have been collecting & showcasing unique and rare pieces of exquisite Indian craftsmanship. The place houses a great range of Indian handicraft like metallic, glass, wooden and ceramic. They are a bit costly but their products are top-notch in terms of design and quality. They also have oil paintings, both classic and modern. Their traditional almirah and ceramic handicrafts are something which is rare to find in Delhi.
Where: Indian Art Palace, 3-a, Sunder Nagar, Market, Sunder Nagar, Near Zoo, Sunder Nagar, New Delhi
They have everything, I and I mean it. Vintage, restored, Indian inspired, cut out work, temple inspired pillars, statues, sculptures, wine holders, doors, panels and figurines, you name it and they have it. Restore and replicate anything you want to its original state. Their large variety of handicrafts keeps changing so if you find something to buy it immediately because you may not see it the next time.
Where: Chatterpur Main Temple Road, Chattarpur, Delhi
One of Asia’s largest furniture markets, Kirti Nagar market is a definitely must visit for buying furniture. Almost every type of furniture can be found here and you can even get them to make furniture of your design at a reasonable price. Not for antique lovers, although you might get some antique furniture but there is a good chance that they might be fake. The market is closed on Monday.
Antique, vintage, colonial, distressed wood etc. you get the picture right?. These street vendors are the best deals if you want something different. The items are brought from various parts of the country and sold at affordable rates. Some things are not in best condition but are repairable (that is obvious in the case of antique furniture). You have to find these shops but once you do a huge variety that is a treat for the eyes awaits you.
Where: Amar Colony, Behind LSR College, East of Kailash, right next to MAX hospital on the main road, Saket
Carpets and rugs were considered a royal item in old days but now one can see them in almost every household. Dilli haat is the sweet haven for them. An open market with a large variety of carpets and rugs are present which you can even test by walking (so, clean up your feet). Many paintings can also be found over there. Go on weekdays to avoid the extreme rush and always, I mean always bargain.
Where: INA, near INA metro station
If you don’t want to be creative then the sellers on these roads are the best for you. Don’t worry it is one of the best furniture markets in Delhi if you require the basic. The quality is good and cheap too. Although a little difficult to find the place is worth it.
Where: R.K Ashram Marg Metro to Rajiv Chowk, near Rajiv chowk metro station
If you want the best, here you can get that best (if you keep price aside). Imported items and designer house straight from the likes France and Italy line up to give you the most exclusive shopping experience in Delhi. Despite the high price tag, the place is always jam-packed so try to go on a weekday.
Definitely the cheapest furniture market in Delhi, it is famous amongst the people living on a budget in Delhi. Both new and second-hand furniture can be found here, although be careful before buying, sometimes you can get a damaged piece but sometimes you can luck open some great find at a cheap price.
Where: Krishna Nagar in east Delhi
Curtains, rugs, pillow covers, duvet covers, sheets along with a wide range of furniture this market is one the most famous in Delhi for its prices and variety. You can get a great bargain here and with new stocks arriving every Tuesday the market never offers stale products. Lots of eateries are also there in the marketplace so munch while you design your house.
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