All About Scarlet Splendour a Modern Luxury Furniture Store


Established in 2014 by Ashish Bajoria and Suman Kanodia, is the first Indian luxury brand known worldwide. Scarlet Splendour works with International designers to create brilliant pieces of furniture, lighting, and accessories. each piece is a visual pleasure where design meets luxury keeping with the ethos and vision. There are 5 collections that have been launched, during the Milan Salone 2015 but the two collections that definitely jumped right off the page for us are Fool’s Gold and The Dark Angel.

Picture Courtesy: Scarlet Splendour

There are so many designers who collaborated with Scarlet because Scarlet has gained many eyeballs over the year. Matteo Cibic is one of the designer who has a great impact on the furniture set. Matteo Cibic designed 7 collections and more than 80 modern luxury furniture for the company.

Scarlet Splendour is going to unveil a brand-new collection from Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc. The collection, named 88 Secrets, brings a bit of magic and allure to furniture and rugs with reference to the 88 constellations, including the 12 from astrology, officially recognized in the world of astronomy. The four-piece series includes a cabinet, bar, rug, and table, each with glamour, and a hint of starry magic.

Scarlet Splendour has collaborated with international stores, press agencies, artists, and designers to transform and take local craftsmanship to global levels. The company heralds a blend of cultures and transcends geographical boundaries to achieve the extraordinary in the design world.

Scarlet Splendour portfolio contains a range of work from Dario Contessotto, Mirco Colussi, and Nika Zupanc- who has been called “the real star” by The Wall Street Journal.

Since Milan 2015 and following exhibitions, Scarlet Splendour has increased its collaborations with designers of international acclaim and the latest is the Artefatto Design Studio from London.

Speaking of fairs, Scarlet Splendour is a regular on the scene. Since their debut showcase at the Milan Design Week in 2015, the brand has traveled to several others across the world and is now even retailed internationally. In fact, they have just launched at Altagamma in Moscow too much fanfare.

Scarlet Splendour houses some of Gufram’s iconic pieces including Bocca, Capitello, and Cactus. They also have the Kracht collection by Dutch visionary designer Jolan van der Weil a range of tables combining unorthodox materials like magnetic plastics and polymers.

If you visit their website you will get to know that there are more than 15 collections they have launched. Every collection is very much unique from each other and you will find a story behind every collection.

Also new for 2019, Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc created Strings, a series with a cabinet and credenza that blend the lightness of harp-like strings with the luxe materiality of metal.


This young Indian company founded by two designers sibling, brother and sister Suman Kanodia and Ashish Bajoria. Scarlet Splendour, who has attracted attention for their unique blend of Indian craft and Italian design. The inspiration for the collection is a mix of the two countries and the craft techniques from both. I request you all to experience its avant-garde aesthetic and share our passion for luxury. Splendour in the present and the future of desi-inspired, decadent and timeless designs. We look up to them for more collection like this.

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