Crafted in Arabia


The stylish furniture and accessories made by NazArt bring the ancient design traditions of the Arabian peninsula into the home

The exquisite artistic traditions of the Middle East have proved to be fertile inspiration for the designs of NazArt, a company founded in 2007 that specializes in creating interior and design solutions that draw on Arab and Yemeni traditions. The company now offers a wide range of handmade Arabesque décor furniture and accessories, including the most stunning walnut furniture which is inlaid with mother-of-pearl, camel bones and metal wire. The company can produce furniture, lighting, decorations and accessories for apartments, villas, stores and restaurants. It has worked with some of the biggest customers in the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Yemen.

Part of NazArt’s success comes from its commitment to the often overlooked traditions of Yemen. The company was created with the intention of recreating a new generation of furniture based on the great heritage of Yemen. This journey of furniture innovation led the company to develop a modern blend of new and old, inspired by beautiful and rich Yemeni inscriptions using different sources like wood, copper, glass and stainless steel. NazArt thus innovated a new form of artistic decoration which could be seen as the next generation of modern furniture. This design has
a surface based on rhythmic linear patterns of scrolling and interlacing foliage, tendrils or plaid lines often combined with new elements. It can be applied to seats, chairs, tea tables, sofas, divans as well as new varieties of flooring such as ceramic, porcelain and different colours of parquet. Wall installations have unique cladding and mounted plaque, while the company’s doors are suitable
for luxury villas, palaces, hotels and mosques.

NazArt also specializes in producing the most exquisite Arabesque accessories, such as boxes and tablewear as well as chairs, tables, screens and light fittings. Arabesque refers to a style of surface decorations that is based on rhythmic linear patterns of scrolling and interlacing foliage, tendrils or plain lines, often combined with other elements. These create a feeling of luxury, as well as a feeling of security and meditation, surrounding the homeowner by beauty that they know has been crafted with care and comes laden with a wealth of tradition and history.