Home Furnishing

Which Made in India Home Decor Should You Go For

Oct 11, 2021

1. Mora Taara Founded by Anu Kumar in 2005, the brand is named after her grandmother 'Tara'. You will find everything pertaining to home décor here. Like evil eye charms, doorbells, windchimes, showpieces, animal figures, incense stick holders, wall décor, dinning table décor, etc. One must check out their rainy day yellow bird pair (at rupees 1,650) which is the cutest thing ever or the antique metal door bell for a grunge look (at rupees 4,850). If you are into fairy tale aesthetic, try out frozen flowers at MRP rupees 2,350. The latter is made of natural flowers, glass and wood. The goods are shipped within two days and you will get it within three to seven days. In case you do not like it, the returns are free. 2. Cyahi In case you want something sustainable, try Cyahi. They make sure that what they do is ethical and strive to bring forth handmade products that are good for earth and people. They offer handwoven picnic baskets, clothing and accessories, too. But here we are talking about home décor. If you want wall décor, storage and organization options and home line, your waiting ends here. We recommend there blue bird teak jewelry box and charcoal teak jewelry box at rupees 1,999. Also check out their wheel wall shelf which costs just rupees 7, 500. They also make cushion covers like the wild roses cushion cover at rupees 449. 3. Home Artisan The moment you enter there website, you know you are going to empty your wallet on them. With wide range of art prints, décor accents, dining, furnishing and lightning option, there is no being rich. We are talking Cecille with a balloon wall sculpture at rupees 5,990. And since you can not leave her without mate, you must also purchase Luscinia with a balloon wall sculpture at rupees 5,990. Or even Erlina Sitting with a balloon at rupees 3,290. For a classy look, purchase Sven Horse Sculpture at rupees 5,190. Or be quirky with Anette wine glass holder sculpture (rupees 6,990) or an Anette Wine Glass Holder Sculpture (7, 190 rupees). 4. Chumbak In 2010, Shubra Chadda and Vivek Prabhakar launched Chumbak, in Bangalore. The products are inspired by cultures and art forms from around the world. The aesthetic is fun, colorful, modern, joyful and uplifting. A burst of colors, as some might say. Varieties range from Storage containers, dining, decor, bed, furnishing, furniture, garden, stationery, watches, jewelry, bags, beauty and travel. Their décor include table, wall, candle, pots, holders and stands, garden, cushion and carpets. The collection is also cheaper than the ones mentions above. So you have no reason to not try them. Try the rustic monkey tealight holder (MRP rupees 195), or the people of India figurines gift box (MRP rupees 1,595) which has a pint sized Punjabi, Bengali, Tamilian, Goan, Kashmiri and Rajasthani, or the doodle bobble head desk calendar at rupees 995.