The Interior Show at Hotel Novotel has it all. Around 100 stalls were set up for the four-day exhibition which began here on Friday.
From a wide range of antique to contemporary decorative items, furniture and fittings, brass idols to aesthetic lamps, murals to myriad statues of Buddha in diverse materials, the Interior Show at Hotel Novotel has it all. Around 100 stalls were set up for the four-day exhibition which began here on Friday.
The expo will not disappoint those who are on the look out for unique and unusual patterns of handcrafted wooden wall clocks, intricately carved wooden dining sets and cutlery, bookshelves, crockery unit, multi utility racks, shoe racks and bar unit from Rajasthan.
An array of marble decorative items such as single stand stone carved showpieces from Delhi, designer interior pieces from Thailand, Panchaloha tribal art work from Jharkhand, leather bags from Kanpur and sand stone fountains from Mumbai are on the exhibit. Modern furniture and wooden work from Sahranpur, Delhi, Dubai, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore form a part of the expo. Sofa sets in chenille and jute framed in Mogul wooden carvings, seasoned teak wood combined with brass dining sets, home appliances, old gramophones, folded bags, techno-silk curtains, candle holders, massage chairs and picnic furnishings charm the visitors.
A beautiful blend of turquoise and red enamelled brass idols of Ganesha and other idols are on display. For the accessory freaks, an exclusive stall from Mumbai has mystic topaz rings, wedding bags ,and costume jewellery.
The expo offers an exclusive experience for art connoisseurs to explore and choose, said organiser of the I Ads and Events Rais Arif. “The platform has several artisans from all over the country and overseas showcasing their artwork,” he said.
On Monday, the last day, the show is open from 10.30 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.