Forbes India 15th Anniversary Special


A pick of the best, the latest, the greenest, the quirkiest, the most luxurious... that money can buy

Published: Mar 5, 2015 07:23:58 AM IST
Updated: Feb 26, 2015 12:03:40 PM IST



Spartan Stand

Godrej Interio has introduced its latest addition of recyclable bamboo furniture to the Green Basket collection. Comprising dining table sets, study tables, display units, racks, computer and coffee tables, the products come in refreshing maple shades, with a minimalist touch.


Grid locked
This modular grid wall shelf designed by Fabio Bortolani for Italian design brand Calligaris looks fabulous on its own, but can also be combined with more such grids to form endless possibilities. Available in milky white or lacquer oak veneer.

Old and bold
The unusual collection of Trip Furniture re-interprets shapes. It includes trumeaus and baroque wardrobes, modern tables with unusual legs, 1950s’ style consoles, seven-drawer tallboys and display cases, all with metropolitan map decoration, coloured polka dots, maxi pied-de-poule, and multi-coloured lines. Made from MDF, silk-screening and finishing done by hand.


Colour me bright
This credenza, from Portside Café’s Yacht Club collection, has distinctive soft, curved corners. The turquoise green leather top stands on a solid wood frame with short, tapered legs. The strips of multi-coloured leather in the front are reminiscent of the extraordinary colours of a coral reef.

(Spartan Stand, Old and Bold, Colour Me Bright, Grid Locked, Courtesy: Better Interiors)

(This story appears in the 06 March, 2015 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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