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Aakriti Art Creations is a vibrant enterprise creating exquisite hand crafted Furniture and Home Décor products. Its founder, Suman Sonthalia is intensely involved with design as an art form. The designer draws on history, fantasy and folklore to create masterpieces that are desired by discerning aficionados around the globe. Suman has a deep understanding of her customers and it reflects in her collections that are intelligent, studied, imaginative, completely innovative yet always relevant and awe-inspiring.


The celebrated designer graduated from being an artist to a successful entrepreneur in a very short span of time. Her products under ‘AAKRITI’ brand are well established in Home improvement and Gifts segments.


Suman’s sense of aesthetics is finely honed. Her work is handcrafted to perfection. She is recognized for meticulous attention to details and prefers to use environment friendly material, like handmade paper, recycled old wood, Jute, Terrcotta, Ceramics and handcrafted Brass Accessories in her creations. Product range comprises Art Furniture, Deco Lamps, Handcrafted Accessories, Paintings, Wall Décor, Clocks, Wind Chimes and Gift Items.


Suman draws from influences, wide and varied. From the village crafts and traditional methods of design that India is so rich in, to the transient phenomenon of the sub continent's urban landscape, the designer brings them all to life in his spectacular yet original products.


Aakriti Art Creations resonates with Mrs. Sonthalia’s spirit and zeal and as a result her products have found dedicated spaces at the most prestigious stores across India.


Suman Sonthalia has been honoured with awards and accolades for her work. She was awarded PRESIDENT’S NATIONAL AWARD and STATE AWARD for MASTER CRAFTSPERSON IN 2011 and STATE MERIT AWARD in 2009.


Suman makes it a point to use her knowledge and experience in fulfilling her social responsibility as well. She has trained more than 3000 under privileged women and helped them get a respectable livelihood. She also takes workshops for schools to promote these art forms. For every piece sold at Aakriti, 5% goes to these educational programmes.