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May 2018

Designers off the runway – into your home

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When Gucci first introduced home décor, other designers were quick to follow suit. The result – we can wake up under luxurious Missoni duvets, curl up in a Versace bathrobe, settle down with a book on Brunello Cucinelli cushions, or much more. Here are ways you can add some panache to your home with décor lines of these Indian fashion designers!

 

Rocky S

The edgy and eccentric home décor company Bent Chair has partnered with Rocky S to feature his own line ‘Rocky Star Home’. This line features furniture and accessories inspired by gothic hues. By using baroque and botanic patterns in vibrant pop colours, his pieces lend an eclectic feel to any space. These statement pieces are available on both online and offline channels.

Sabyasachi

Sabyasachi’s line of wallpapers is the right blend of opulence and décor sensibility, making it a must-have for your home. Through his collection, the designer pays homage to his humble beginnings and his home state, West Bengal. The collection features rich, earthy backgrounds with bold Mughal inspired motifs. Produced by upcoming artists at the Sabyasachi Foundation, each motif is hand painted and outlined with 22K gold. The wallpapers start at INR 17,500 onwards, and if you are faint-of-heart we suggest you start with an accent wall in each room.

Kaschmir. Image from: Sabyasachi for Nilaya.

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J J Valya

With a style best defined as maximalist, J J Valya is known for his decadent bridal couture. He believes his foray into home décor is a natural progression when he opened ‘Valaya Home’, a luxe décor studio in New Delhi. The offerings of this studio range from furniture to wall-to-wall installations, so you can choose a style that works best for you. Make sure you check out his signature line of tapestries and home linen that are heavily influenced by Moroccan patterns and textures. Next time you are in Delhi, book a consultation ahead of time!

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