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If we look back in the olden times, the tradition of decorating and dressing the walls started in the 13th century when the royals started to decorate their castles with tapestries. Soon the upper class followed the suit and used tapestries as a luxurious medium of showing off their love for art and social status. In fact all over the world, in different cultures, in various countries, in people of different religions, wall hangings were used to adorn the homes, churches, religious places etc. In modern times, we still follow them. Any house or office is not perfect without a suitable wall hanging. A vintage metal décor completes the room without looking too overdone.
If you efficiently place all your furniture into an empty room where it belongs but don’t pay attention to your walls, the room will feel as if it is missing something! You need a carefully selected and strategically placed wall hanging to make your room look perfect and complete. A room without a good piece of art placed at the focal point looks dull and boring. Human eye loves beauty and nothing is more attractive to enliven the place than a decorative wall art that makes your room pleasing and comfortable to look at.
Adding wall décor to your house in different rooms is the easiest way to bring a new type of essence into your home without having to do too much. CraftFurnish loves metal wall decorations which can lighten up every room. We have various idols of Gods and Goddesses like Krishna, Ganpati, and many others. Besides this, we have unusual and quirky items too, which are connected to different cultures in India like Rajasthani and Gujarati. Along with this, you will be able to get delicate pieces that ooze nothing but splendour.
Metal wall hanging art is one of the wall decorations which is slowly getting popularity with the urban generation. At Craftfurnish, we have an exclusive range of wall hangings which exude beauty and elegance and also provide meaning and purpose. Beautify your home or office from the vast assortment of metal handicrafts of different types that range from animal wall decorations, wall clocks, Radha Krishna wall art, various types of hookahs etc. Made from wood, brass, iron, stone and other metals, these wall hangings are exquisitely and minutely crafted with utmost care and precision to accentuate your home décor. They come to you at an economical price and easy to maintain too.
The rich and traditional Indian handicrafts
The history of Indian handicrafts is very old; people having been using these Indian handicraft items from the very beginning. Earlier these handicrafts were used for daily utilities but now these handicrafts are used as luxury items for decorating homes and for gifting purposes. The Indian handicraft industry includes Indian jewellery, textile, home furnishing and fashion. There are a number of Indian handicraft manufacturers and exporters can be found all over India. These crafts are made up of different techniques and methods. Every region of India is known for some or the other handicraft; some are famous for paper crafts, wooden crafts, and brassware; while some are famous for handicrafts made up of iron; these handicrafts are known for their uniqueness and these iron crafts come in various forms and structures. There are also iron antiques that are exported all around the world to different regions because of their uniqueness. Except for these there are quite a number of other handicrafts in India that are quite famous and are used by people to decorate their homes and to give them as gifts to the people.
Different handicrafts in India
· Brass handicrafts- The brass handicrafts are known for their durability; there are different items made of brass like crawling Krishna, lord Ganesha’s figure in different postures, vases. Table tops, ornamental boxes, toys, wine glasses, plates and many other items made of brass are used by people. The manufacturing of brassware takes place in Rajasthan.
· Silver handicrafts- We have seen ladies embracing silver in pictures, movies and also in person; folks of Kutch are known to wear silver handicrafts like ornaments in their hands, neck and ears in their day to day lives. For most of these ladies silver ornaments are a way of investment and it is also a way of distinguishing themselves from others. A lot of young modern girls are also see wearing silver ornaments as they consider it a part of fashion. These handicrafts represent our rich culture and heritage.
· Antique handicrafts- Something that is rare to find; antique handicrafts are kept as a treasure and used mostly for decorating homes. Antiques pots, antique figurines, tables, mirrors and many more are considered to be a great part of our rich heritage.
Handicrafts today are proudly used by people to decorate theri homes and also for gifting them to people as handicrafts are a reflection of our rich heritage.