Home decor tips from Fanusta
With the Rajasthan Day (March 30) celebrations having just finished, Life&More brings you five distinctive crafts of Rajasthan, perfect to give a traditional touch to your contemporary home décor, especially curated by Fanusta.
“In collaboration with 59 master craftsmen and women from across India, we are creating one-of-a-kind collection of handmade artefacts for home and living which capture the true essence of Indian culture while fitting perfectly into modern homes,” says Faunsta founder Shailander Kumar.
Blue Pottery aroma diffuser or tea light holder
Enhance your mood and relax your senses with soothing aromas and beautiful looking cooling blue pottery aroma diffusers handmade in Jaipur.
Store your tiny trinkets or chunky jewels in exquisitely crafted piece box hand painted in Kishangarh art style by artisans of Rajasthan.
Write down your tiny little notes, or plan your work day in these appealing diaries, printed with precisions in traditional Sanganeri print by artisans.
Pichwai painting Painting
The pichwai paintings are an age-old traditional art of Rajasthan, portraying lord Krishna in varying moods, postures and attires. The exquisite intricate master pieces are painted with hands by artisans of Udaipur, who have been passed down this art form through their older generations.
Turquoise Arch Wall décor
Taking inspiration from enchanting facades and beautiful arches of Rajasthan, this wall decor is handcrafted by artisans to compliment contemporary homes