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Stories: Their's, ours and more stories behind My FUNiture Story!

My FUNiture story opened its doors in December 2015 with 3 distinct collections. Each of these collections stem from roots of distinct skill sets, traditions and each has something special to offer.

We started with The ARTISAN Collection- accumulating from the sea of talent that Bengal has.
Artists, master carpenters, craftsmen joined hands to render our collection with motifs, colours, strength and character. Little chairs and tables for our toddlers were born in the "Little collection".
The design grew with the needs of growing children and our animal collection adapted for the little adults who needed padded seats and armrests to supplement their longer attention spans.
Beds with FUN elements got us excited as we imagined the little red riding hoods opening doors to climb onto our "Enchanted Garden" bed! This collection allowed us to stretch our imagination into the minds of little learners who we imagined would enjoy the company of the elements of nature woven…

Lets begin at the beginning!

18 Months since My FUNiture story was born and many many more since it was conceived, but starting right at the start is the only way it makes sense!

MY FUNiture Story:
As an architect and mother, life changed for me with the birth of my daughter in May 2014. Along with wielding the architect's t scale, I had to don the mother's apron!
As I stepped into the role of designer for my daughter's room, I felt my passion unfolding: my passion for putting across fun, beauty, learning into the everyday life of curious innocent children. My intention was to create a room where every element, every surface reached out to her ever absorbing innocent mind,
teaching her something about the big beautiful world outside- a space where learning becomes passive and fun.
An area that teaches by just being there.
The innocent mind absorbs the colours, the vibrancy, different elements. Different textures and shapes all come together to weave enchanted tales.
Safety and freedom of movement is essen…