About Us

About Us

Crafting Luxury Since 1960’s

Decor Harvest stands tall as a living testament to its rich heritage and unwavering commitment to artistry. Carrying forward the visionary legacy, Akansha Goel, in 2015, embarked on a transformative journey within the realm of luxury furnishings. At the heart of our brand lies timeless elegance, where luxury gracefully merges with artistry, infusing each piece with a part of Akansha's soul.

Our signature style combines European classicism with a modern sensibility. Our furniture is inspired from many period styles, but our favourite is 17th and 18th century classics which reflects a level of honesty and integrity in our designs. Since 1975 the company has been producing sofas, chairs, consoles, benches and rugs of the finest quality, all of which are great in any setting, any season. We have furnishings to suit any style -from traditional and transitional to contemporary and modern. Every piece is handcrafted, using different techniques and tools. We insist on doing things which are unique, complex, labour intensive, tried and tested, with the best quality available because we know minute details make a lot of difference.


Carved woodwork enhances the aesthetic, emphasising a focal area or setting a decorative palette. The two more popular methods either create a relief revealing art within the piece or engraving, where the pattern of lines created the art. In relief the art is raised slightly from the background), whereas chip carving uses the tool created indentures determined by the tool choice to create the pattern that then becomes the artwork.


Woodturning is the craft of using a wood lathe with hand-held tools to cut a shape that is symmetrical around the axis of rotation. Like the potter’s wheel, the wood lathe is a simple mechanism that can generate a variety of forms, the operator is known as a turner, and the skills needed to use the tools were traditionally known as turnery. Items made on the lathe include tool handles, candle stands, wooden legs, cylindrical boxes etc.

Dhurrie weaving

Dhurrie weaving is a “ flat weave,” one the earliest known rug-making techniques, Flat weave carpets, made without the use of pile or backing, consist of horizontal threads woven over and under vertical threads. They are tightly-woven, reversible, and unusually tough. Dhurrie rugs can be made of several materials wool, silk and cotton. Each dhurrie design was handmade with unique patterns, representing the weaver’s own personal history along with religious or spiritual symbols.


Upholstery involves Padding for comfort and support. Followed by measuring and cutting of fabric to ensure a snug fit. The fabric is then attached using staples, tacks, and adhesive paying attention to smoothness and symmetry. Lastly, finishing touches like trims or buttons are added.