Ochre at Home Launches Furniture Pieces with Geometric Flair
Kolkata-based Ochre at Home (OAH) is known for their bespoke furniture showcasing radical and forward-looking designs that are rooted in
tradition. A collection of side tables and a coffee table launched by them recently seeks to add a fun geometric flair to your interiors.
When used right, geometric patterns impart a dynamic energy to the spaces they occupy. These side tables and coffee table allow you to do just that with their geometric shapes and patterns. They reflect Ochre at Home’s ‘India Modern’ sensibilities. Carefully crafted to add a dose of playfulness, they are ideal for a lounge or a family room.
Layered Coffee Table: This coffee table consisting of a bouquet of three circular tops in different sizes with bold, hand-painted patterns, and propped at different levels, jazzes up your living room or den with its artistic flair. The wooden base has been given an open-pore matt polish. Designer Ajay Arya’s sense of proportions and eye for harmony with colours – blue, green, ochre – are evident in this captivating
piece of furniture.
Black and white side table: Squares and circle, and some striking black-and-white patterns – this two-tier side table plays with geometric forms while adding pizzazz to a dull corner or being a companion to that prim sofa. The lower level, discreet and hidden away, can be used to stow away stuff you need at hand, like a book, a pair of glasses, etc. Full of panache, yet practical.
Burgundy and navy peg tables: The simple geometry of this peg table becomes eye-catching with perfect proportions and superb finish. The round top finished in a burgundy or navy high gloss lacquer has a circular inlay done in white Mother of Pearl and malachite. The sculptural base has a palatial Indianness presented with a contemporary twist, and combined with the hammered brass bottom, creates an elegant fusion of materials.