About Kirti Nagar
Kirti Nagar is a part of Punjabi Bagh subzone. It is a quiet residential zone but what gives this area of Delhi an element of class and style is the presence of the largest furniture market of Asia. You will find interior decorators here and classy boutiques exhibiting Indian hand crafted furniture as well as the finest imported modular furniture and accessories.
Kirti Nagar sits next to Mansarovar Gardens on one side and Rajouri Gardens on the other with its up market malls. Kirti Nagar received a boost in recent times with the starting of the Metro station here, connecting it to other parts of Delhi and NCR. Real estate is expensive and you could expect to pay about Rs. 1.8 crore for a 3 BHK apartment in this prime locality.
Quality of life apart, Kirti Nagar is the furniture capital of India. Those who appreciate fine furniture make a beeline for Kirti Nagar and its furniture bazaar. If you cannot find what you want by way of furniture here, it is likely you will not find it anywhere else. You only have to search. It is not about finding what you want but facing an abundance of choices in furniture, fittings and accessories that can be confusing. Still, as a place to live, Kirti Nagar is envied by those living in other posh localities because it has an old world charm that glitzy modern areas lack and that is its pride.
Kirti Nagar is not only Delhi’s furniture hub but Asia’s largest and finest market for quality furniture and furnishings. Search for and find the finest in hand crafted traditional furniture here. Look for the latest and the classiest in contemporary modular furniture brands from around the world and Kirti Nagar satisfies even the most demanding connoisseur.
Kirti Nagar furniture is lined with up market showrooms, each vying with the other to draw you in to a world of stylish, glamorous furniture or cool traditional designs. You have high end top of the line furnishers like Woodman, Akriti Furnishers, Eurostile, Westwood Lifestyle, Vivaz and Stellar occupying pride of place here in a market where choices are in abundance. Making a choice is difficult when you are faced with so many options.
It is more than buying furniture. You have furniture consultants who will advise you about styles depending on yoru tastes. There are architects to help, painting consultants, furniture designers who can come up with unique looks, manufacturers who can translate designs to reality, interior decorators and interior designers all in a world that hums and thrives with activity from dawn to dusk.
Buy a-la-carte or get furniture made to order just the way you want. The furniture market is about 3 km from Kirti Nagar Metro and is home to over 800 shops and 20000 artists. Kirti Nagar furniture market transacts business to the tune of Rs. 1000 crores with connoisseurs flocking to the top of the line designer stores here to satisfy their thirst for something exclusive, something they can show off with pride.
If you want a replica of any Indian traditional style furniture, even royal style, you can be sure the artists here will be able to translate visions to reality with furniture superbly crafted to perfection down to the last detail. If you love Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Malaysian, Swedish, Danish, French, British or American style furniture, this is the place where you will find what you want. You can find furniture for homes, for offices, antique furniture, garden furniture, furniture made of exotic woods and materials and virtually everything by way of accessories to beautify interiors. Kirti Nagar is, in a word, incomparable.