|Indian Drape Pvt Ltd was founded by Mr. Jayesh Dave who entered the business of textiles at a very tender age of seventeen years. What began as a hobby for Jayesh with his print operations soon turned into a passion and thus emerged a fruitful career in the field of home furnishings.
We were born with a pioneering spirit in 1985. So much so, that we were the first to manufacture heat transfer printed fabrics in India. And today we are the only one to manufacture warp printed furnishing fabrics in the country. That clearly makes us the trendsetters for other to follow in the business.
Today Jayesh is ably supported by Yash, his younger brother who brings his marketing acumen to provide the company with the much needed competitive edge. And if you add the bunch of skilled Zardosi craftsman and talented designers who work in tandem with the two brothers, you are looking at a long-term relationship at work for all our clients.
The business of home furnishing is very similar to trend of haute couture (high fashion), so we always have to be on out toes to come up with fresh ideas in fabric and design to stay ahead of out competitors. Our production unit at Andheri in Mumbai is in close proximity to the international airport.
Everything from the processing facilities (dyeing, printing and finishing mills) to the stitching facilities for the Made Ups are all located under one roof to provide us with a single-source control over the entire manufacturing process. Attention to detail, that’s what sets us apart from the rest. No wonder our products are the sought after by the top notch furnishing retailers in India as well as the most fastidious customers across the world.
Some people have the rare eye for detail. They look upon home furnishing as a fine art. These true connoisseurs demand the best. It is for them that our team of designers and craftsmen at the Indian Drape create furnishing fantasies that cast a magic spell. The designers and craftsmen work in unison to ensure the each piece of fabric, be it of the classic floral look or the new abstract look, clearly bears out Indian Drape stamp of trademark style. The kind of style that never goes out of fashion…