Restoring historic old homes provides the architectural and design potential to add character with reclaimed architectural doors and reclaimed woods. The quality and workmanship of traditional and authentic Haveli doors, handcrafted from teak wood with old world designs, elaborately carved headboards and finials, these beautiful stately doors from the past can be fully integrated into urban interiors. The exteriors are updated with older architectural features. Really dense woods, authentic vintage materials, and vintage home decor create a new energy field needed to rejuvenate an old property that adds character and transforms the dull into the extraordinary.
Using antique Indian doors salvaged from old mansions and beautiful carved teak columns, the arches in the architectural design bring the real vintage aesthetic to an urban property. Architects and interior designers love to work with castle gates and architectural elements that were once part of the old world design, living and setting for their renovation.
Designers and architects understand the appeal of unique and one-of-a-kind items to prospective buyers, doors and antique architectural artifacts increase the perception of distinctive design. Custom carved barn doors and vintage door cabinets are features that add character to the home.
Here are some suggestions for you:
Rustic carved wood fireplace frame with white or blue patina as the focal point of a stunning modern fireplace
Antique cabinet with carved doors in rustic green and red patina used in the kitchen as a statement piece alongside modern cabinets.
Use an old Indian manjoosh or sideboard as a kitchen island, put on a granite top and open the back to make it more convenient for storage.
Add wood paneling carved into elaborate Tree of Life reliefs, giving meaning to your interior design and bringing good vibes of energy.
Antique door sideboard used as a stylish vanity unit with marble top and copper sinks.
Panel a study wall with the triple terrace arch and hang colorful paintings in the corners.
Use the ancient Haveli gate in your courtyard to create a bohemian sanctuary alongside marble and granite statues.
Accent the entryway with teak columns that have stone bases and carved corbels, the intricate detail of which makes them unique and eclectic.
An antique jharokha mirror framed in a contemporary dressing table with a pedestal sink.
Old wagon benches and an Indian swing add to the old world design vision.
Adding value in historical and architectural design gives the property distinction and makes it stand out from the crowd.