Burma teak, brass and acrylic are used to advantage in Archana Bansal’s furniture, showcased at ITC My Fortune
Statement pieces inspired by traditional European design, that is Two Tone Design Spaces’ calling card. You can take a closer look at their products over two days, at ITC My Fortune, where a furnishing and home décor showcase occupies what is usually the domain of garments and jewellery. Archana Bansal, the managing director, says she has everything from lampshades and centre pieces—from brands like Kaizen and Accentuate—to living and bedroom furniture.
The 10-year-old home décor and furniture brand based in Harrington Road, usually takes about three to six weeks to deliver an order. But if you walk into the exhibition, you could get your order delivered in a day. Best known for handcrafted furniture, they also use Italian fabrics and gold foil accents, apart from giving brass and acrylic finishes. With a well-heeled clientele, this is Bansal’s attempt to reach out to a wider audience.
Spoilt for choice
Two Tone offers everything from tea lights to elaborate sofa sets, priced at `10,000 onwards. The firm also has a small line of furniture in recycled material. “We’ve made sofa sets from recycled wood and railway sleepers,” Bansal says, who is curious to see how the city takes to her products. Also check out Meseta, a sofa inspired by the modern lounger, which is the highlight of the collection.
Priced at Rs. 10,000 onwards. At ITC My Fortune on March 7 and 8, 11 am to 9 pm. Details: 9840330888