The furniture of Rajasthan is in harmony with its palaces and havelis, displaying similar intricate design and carving.
It's easy to spot the painted furniture of Jodhpur and Kishangarh - consisting of screens, doors, traditional caskets, low tables and chairs. One can't miss the delicately carved wooden doors that come from
Ramgarh, Shekhawati and Bikaner.
Shekhawati, Bikaner and Ramgarh specialize in making delicately carved wooden doors.
Barmer craftsmen specialise in woodcarvings. Other pieces of furniture include the leather-embroidered chairs of
Tilonia, and the carved-back, string-bottom chairs of Shekhawati.
Marble tops for tables are also popular, and screens are available with both painted panels and brass embellishments. Carving: On a more popular level, visitors will find everything from camels and horses to elephants and parrots that are carved and brightly painted.