Incepted in the year 2010 at Jaipur (Rajasthan, India), we “ decorium – smart homes ” are reputed manufacturer and supplier of hand block print products. Some of the products include are Table Cloths, Placemats, bed sheets, Cushion Covers, kimono robes , beach wear kaftan, Wall Hanging, fabric wall art , home décor etc. Our company is Sole Proprietorship (Individual) based company.
We create a wide range of products to suit your lifestyle and home. From Hand Block Print table linens / bed linens, to world famous hand crafted Jaipuri Quilts we have all your home furnishing needs covered.
To ensure the best quality, the offered products are tested by our quality experts against different quality parameters. These products are available in different colours, sizes and designs as per the needs of our valuable clients.
We strive on providing the most exclusive designs and best quality to our customers. We handpick our products from various regions of Rajasthan. All our products are completely made in Rajasthan, and are all handmade or manually produced. No mechanization at any step. We try to bring the most unique and new designs to the traditional processes
This process is the earliest, simplest and slowest of all printing methods. A design is drawn on, or transferred to, prepared wooden blocks. A separate block is required for each distinct colour in the design. A block cutter carves out the wood around the heavier masses first, leaving the finer and more delicate work until the last so as to avoid any risk of injuring it when the coarser parts are cut. When finished, the block has the appearance of a flat relief carving, with the design standing out. Fine details, difficult to cut in wood, are built up in strips of brass or copper, which is bent to shape and driven edgewise into the flat surface of the block. This method is known as coopering.
The printer applies colour to the block and presses it firmly and steadily on the cloth, striking it smartly on the back with a wooden mallet. The second impression is made in the same way, the printer taking care to see that it registers exactly with the first. Pins at each corner of the block join up exactly, so that the pattern can continue without a break. Each succeeding impression is made in precisely the same manner until the length of cloth is fully printed. The cloth is then wound over drying rollers. If the pattern contains several colours the cloth is first printed throughout with one colour, dried, and then printed with the next.
Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method.