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Solid wood furniture at Teak ‘n Rose | Bangalore

What you see - Teak ‘n Rose is a large furniture showroom on Kasturi Nagar main road in Bangalore. Spread across 2,800 square feet in size, it is conspicuous because of its huge glass panes. Inside, you will see antique, as well as contemporary designs in furniture.

What you get - Teak ‘n Rose specializes in solid teakwood and rosewood furniture. Here you can find a wide range of home furniture manufactured in-house using raw materials certified by the Government of India. The woods used are seasoned well to prevent them from expanding, contracting or cracking over time.

The range includes a wide selection of sofa sets, dining tables, bedroom sets, center and side tables and chairs. Wall units, TV cabinets and wardrobes are there too. A classic range of antique bed sets drew our attention. These beds with designs carved intricately in wood are for those who like to have the old world charm in their interiors.

Then there are sofa sets, sober and simple, with brown teakwood frame and cushioned mattresses in cream color that make a perfect combination in terms of color for the living room. These are available between a price range of Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 40,000.

Dining tables at Teak ‘n Rose come in both traditional, heavy designs and ultra sleek, modern ones. Tables are accompanied with glass tops and wood tops. At Teak n' Rose you can even get customized furniture done.

Our verdict - The collection at Teak ‘n Rose is world class and is available in both classic and contemporary designs. MetroMela liked the collection of beds that come with unique and unusual styles. The comfort level of chairs and sofas meets international standards. Attendants are very co-operative in explaining about the quality of furniture, the material used and the pricing details. Parking space is available in front of the showroom.

Anytime between – 11 AM – 8.30 PM

By Sanskrity Sinha

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