Looking for a quirky makeover for your home?
The journey of making a house into a home is surreal. After all, it’s all about making it feel beautiful, comfortable and cosy. How often have you felt that you have been missing out on quirky and lively vibes? Solving your dilemma, Safomasi comes to your rescue. While the beige, and greys are always a part of the discussion, Safomasi is breaking all stereotypes with their home decor accessories which are full of colours and vibrancy. And the best part? Each of their product has a story; the story of a journey, the roads, the sky, the houses. Founded in December 2012, Safomasi is a love story between British-Indian couple Sarah Fotheringham and Maninder Singh, which they have been weaving together in the form of illustrated prints. Let’s check them out!
Bright Yellow Quilt
From their collection ‘Indian Ocean’, this bright yellow quilt is a must-have. Especially when winters have wrapped us around, getting cosy in this vibrant quilt is a must. The blossoms and the birds have been inspired from the couple’s trip to Mauritius.
Orange and pink make a perfect combination and that’s what this beautiful throw is all about. Inspired by the Turkish town of Goreme, this cotton throw is a blast of colour to add life to any piece of furniture. Bored with that grey sofa? Simply put this throw on.
Life is colourful and so should be your rug! We all know that blush pink is in and to compliment the trend, this rug from Safomasi is a show-stealer. With the striking floral motifs, we are sure your guests will be lured by its very first impression.
Tropical Bean Bag
It’s time to move on from those typical leather bean bags and get these quirky one’s home. With the beautiful coral fish print, taking a small comfy nap will now be more interesting. And yes, blue colour always has the tendency to add a cool vibe.
We are already in love with each of them, what about you?
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