THESE LABELS INTRODUCE OPULENCE AND TRADITION IN HOME DÉCOR WITH INDIAN TEXTILE
From Hyderabad prints to Rajasthani embroidery, they have it all
Whether it is golden silks of Assam, the red dyes of south-east India, Chanderi from Banares or the fine cotton of Bengal, India has so much to offer in terms of its textile. You travel to Gujarat, Hyderabad, Lucknow or Kashmir and its vividness can be seen through the change of fabric textures. Deep-rooted in small villages and towns, India’s artisanal textile tradition is rich and it is time to celebrate it by introducing organic Indian fabric products to our home-décor. If you are a lover of silk sarees or khadi kurtas or raw silk dupattas, then why not use these fabrics in our home aesthetics? From hand-block printing in coveting covers to hand-embroidered rugs and cushions, we have explored a few brands for you who are taking Indian textiles into the homes of the design-conscious across the world. And trust us, by buying these you are not just helping out the local artisans, but also giving your abode an elegant makeover.
N Square Studio
Mastering in rugs and cushions, Hyderabad based N Square Studio is a label that offers products that are handmade by local artisans. Founded by sisters Nikita and Nitisha, each of N Square’s product resonate earth and nature where the raw materials are organically sourced. Their rug range gives a very minimalistic approach and the material used is usually cotton. From geometry print to handwoven thread work, each of the rugs or dhurries will add a raw essence to your home. Don’t wait up, check out their collections now!
Photo credits: N Square Studio
This design studio speaks so much of homeliness when talked about Indian roots. The studio covers clothing, home decor and travel accessories, that ooze luxury with its fabrics keeping organic in mind. Nicobar’s design aesthetic is inspired by journeys across the Indian Ocean creating a collection that is fuss-free and for easy-living. For the brand, good fabric is the backbone. At Nicobar, you can find all kinds of Indian fabrics like cotton, linen, silk, and chanderi. Check out their bedding and cushion collection which is inspired by traditional Indian designs and textiles.
Photo credits: Nicobar
This New York-based home textile brand celebrates Indian textiles to its best. Each of Leah Singh’s design brings a modern approach to deep-rooted Indian tradition. Her collection comprises rugs, cushions, and throws which are crafted by artisans from all over India. And one thing that is constant throughout her designs is her inclination towards geometric patterns and motifs. Born and bought up in Delhi, her textile designs are inspired by colours, patterns and textures from the regional craft markets of India. Today, she collaborates with women weavers from Northeast India, Rajasthani block printers and weavers, and embroidery artisans from North India to bring out the best of cultures into her work. Check out her products, and bring home the real shades of India.
Photo credits: Leah Singh
A curated marketplace for designer luxury products, Kalpane’s products are meticulously hand-crafted using age-old artisanal techniques. Kalpanè seems to be a one-stop-shop, where you can buy home décor items, clothes, beauty products, and even luggage bags. They have a special collection of Quilt and Dohars where you can see beautiful illustrations of block printing on light Gujarat Cotton. Check out their collection and infuse traditional vibes into your abode.
Photo credits: Kalpane
So now you know where to shop from when you need some raw yet elegant looking organic home décor products.
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