Ten-Second Takeaway

Grab some curated furniture from the Isles of Indonesia, in eclectic styles and textures, made from teak of the Java forests {besides the few Indian ones}, at Mirador, the newly-opened furniture store in Indiranagar.

Rustic Is The New Chic

The store, spread across two floors, is filled with pieces and units lifted from a different time. Sourced from sustainable teak farms, Preeta Dutta’s pieces are handcrafted and very practical. So don’t expect statement pieces but stuff that will still manage to stand out in their own special way. With her love for all things raw, most of the furniture has textures, intact with blemishes, roughness uneveness and all, for that distressed effect. Using mostly natural wood and fibres, Preeta has curated furniture and decor that truly belongs in an Indian home, especially for those who appreciate the rustic look.

Lounge Check

mirador indonesian teak furniture store in indiranagar

Source: Mirador

Look out for the Adirondak style chair set with separate cushions in Ikat fabric, Hutches {storage units} that can be dismantled to become two pieces, lazy garden recliners and benches for the outdoors, carved jodang side table, traditional benches and sofas. We love the  Old Town Clock, that’s built into a small chalk board. The crafted teak in most of the furniture gives a dramatic rustic theme, adding character to the space it takes up. Similarly, many desks and cupboards have a distressed finish contributing to the grunge and even industrial look. But with that touch of sophistication and vintage glamour.

Handy furniture with a distressed and rough-textured finish, we are thinking some of the statement pieces from Mirador might just be worth an investment for your living room.

Where: # 421/8, Krishna Temple Road, next to Rakum Blind School, Indiranagar

When: Tuesday-Sunday

Price: INR 600 upwards {decor} and INR 6,000 upwards {furniture}

Contact: 080 28458540

Timings: 11am-8pm

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.