Who doesn’t like to sleep in pristine, luxurious sheets and dress their windows in elegant curtains? High quality home linen that is functional, comfortable and exquisite is every homemaker’s priority, and rightly so. From Nina Ricci’s modern aesthetic to Anavila Misra’s folksy touch, here are five home linen brands to should invest in:
Nina Ricci Maison
Available at Surprise Home Linen, Mumbai; you can now get a taste of the Parisian designer’s coveted home line. Feminine and subtle, Nina Ricci Maison features a collection of bed sheets, cushion covers, duvets and ultra-soft towels. Woven in Egyptian cotton, they’re available in colours such as white, ivory nougat and terracotta.
You can find the designer’s home linen collection at her first retail space in Khar, Mumbai. It is a perfect blend of the trademark Anavila aesthetic — equal parts rustic and contemporary. The purity of her handlooms is brought to life through traditional techniques like patchwork, batik and khatwa on organic fabrics. The range comprises delicate curtains, cushion covers, napkins and handmade dolls. Created by tribal Santhal women from Jharkhand, the collection brings their skilled embroidery to the mainstream.
Available at Atmosphere stores across India, this collection by the global luxury home textile brand is all about modern-day royal living. ‘Antarmahal’ features their finest new nylon upholstery, regal velvet cushions and sheer embroidered curtains. Subtle, gilded accents on soft furnishings complete a sophisticated décor palette.
A name to reckon with in amongst lifestyle luxury textile brands, Sarita Handa is known for reviving Ikat for home décor. It’s a great hub for quilts, bed linen and decorative cushions. Look for intricate embroidery on crisp fabrics, unusual check prints, and their signature ‘suzani’ design.
Shades of India
Led by Mandeep Nagi and David Housego, Shades of India is another brand that creates exquisite bedding more focused towards the International market and luxury residences in metropolitan cities. Combining contemporary design with inspiring workmanship of traditional craft, some of their prestigious projects include the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the Magnolias. The brand launches new home collections twice a year with a range that includes curtains, bed covers, cushions, bed linen, table linen and napkin ties, all designed, sampled and made in-house.
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