Distinctive Design – Ancient Architectural Doors and Artifacts

Restoring old historic homes provides design and architectural potential to add character to restored architectural doors and salvaged forests. Quality and workmanship of traditional and authentic Haveli doors, handmade in teak in old world patterns, neatly slanted head and finials, these beautiful majestic doors from the past can be fully integrated into city interior design. Exteriors get a facelift with older architectural features. Real religious forests, authentic antiques, and vintage home furnishings create a new energy field needed to rejuvenate an old property that adds character and transforms sadly into extraordinary.

Using vintage Indian doors prepared from ancient mansions and beautiful carved teak columns, arches in architectural design bring the royal vintage aesthetic to an urban estate. Architects and interior designers love working with the castle doors and architectural details that were once part of old world design. Of which your style is rustic farmhouse, bohemian, Spanish modern, industrial, modern or vintage bohemian, the stunning appeal of ancient elements brings new life and atmosphere to your renovation.

Designers and architects, understand the appeal of the unique and one of the kind elements for potential buyers, ancient architectural doors and artifacts that enhance the perception of distinct design. Custom carved drawer doors and door wardrobe doors are features that give personality to the house.

Here are some suggestions for you:

Rustic whitewashed or blue patina neatly carved wood stove surrounds as a focal point for a fantastic modern fireplace

Vintage old carved door armchair in rustic green and red patina used in the kitchen as a statement piece along with modern cabinets.

Use an old manjoosh or Indian lad as a kitchen island, give a granite top and open your back to make it more convenient for storage.

Add carved wooden panels into elaborate reliefs of Tree of Life, which makes sense to your interior and gives good energy vibes.

Old door table buffets are used as elegant cabinets with marble and copper sinks.

Place a studio wall with the triple arch and hang colorful paintings in the eyes.

Use the ancient Haveli door on your courtyard and create a bohemian sanctuary along with the marble and granite statue.

Accent the entrance with teak columns that have stone bases and carved corbels, the intricate details make them unique and eclectic.

An antique framed jharokha mirror in a modern powder room with a pedestal sink.

Old oxcart benches and an Indian swing add to the vision of old world design.

Adding value to historical and architectural design distinguishes the property and makes it stand out from the crowd.