New Delhi, Nov 2020 :–
With her keen anti-minimal and passionately original approach to design, Neeta Kumar, furniture and interior designer, and founder of Inhabit, has charted her own unique path in the interior decor world. A collection of statement consoles she has launched, seek to introduce a fresh aesthetic and a festive spirit into your home.
These consoles from the Jasper collection are inspired by Quatrefoil, an architectural design motif integrated in woodwork combined with straight lines. They exhibit a blend of modern hues and industrial design to offer a unique appeal.
Inhabit’s Studio collection features hues like sapphire, emerald, turquoise, ruby, quartz and opal that possess the power to make you feel rich and sophisticated. This festive palette thus is more of a spirit rather than style. Some of these hues are found in this collection of consoles.
“Sophisticated grey, paired with black and white, with a smattering of gold and a hint of green – a description that is inviting and intriguing. I’m uneasy with perceived dichotomies of traditional/modern, ethnic/contemporary, because they imply some judgment. Colorful, intricate, detailed, precise, pared well – these are the design sensibilities of inhabit,” says Nita Kumar of her unique style.
Image 1: This turquoise green console features pinhead textured glass in multiple colours, resulting in a vibrant and classical appeal.
Image 2, 3 and 4: This quaintly charming console with a teak wood structure has antique mirror finish shutters with wooden cutout or wooden jali pattern over them.
Image 5 and 6: This chic console in a delightful blue shade features pinhead buttons and threaded glass.
Image 7 and 8: Bring in some raw industrial charm into your home with this console with a distressed wooden finish and slatted doors.
Image 9: Featuring intricately crafted details, this console with its distressed finish brings a charming vintage vibe.
A furniture and interior designer by training, legacy and passion, Neeta Kumar founded Inhabit in 2004 to showcase her highly individualistic pieces of furniture that injected the Indian industry with a renewed sense of exuberance and creativity. Today Inhabit has evolved into a top-notch furniture manufacturer and a savvy retail space catering to discerning home owners, while also remaining a full-fledged design studio specialized in turn-key interior projects. With its emphasis on precision and excellence, it has earned the ISO certification in 2008. Working with seasoned artisans from around the country, Inhabit produces impeccably crafted furniture that is proudly Made in India, as well as sustainable. The world-class furniture pieces are primarily made of reclaimed teakwood. Drawing from the diverse architectural design values from across the globe, the timeless products are rooted in classic values and contemporary aesthetics.
“Homes are powerful. They give a blueprint to our lives,” says Neeta Kumar, who has shaped Inhabit into a one-stop destination to realize a beautiful home.