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Minimal with a sense of aesthetics, the curation on Nykaa Fashion Home looks new-age and cool. You will finds brands like Portico, D’Décor, Meyer, AA Living, Mason Home, Ellementry, Rosemoore and The Decor Remedy on the e-commerce platform. The Telegraph caught up with Adwaita Nayar, CEO — Nykaa Fashion and Founding Team, Nykaa, to know more about this latest offering from Nykaa Fashion.

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In this age of stay-at-home, our space and surroundings have never been more important. While what’s happening outside is beyond our control, what we can do is curate a safe space at home to relax and unwind after we clock-out. Our bedroom especially is a place for us to slow down – a room where we take respite from the day’s stress.


Asian Paints makes its foray into the world of furnishing with four new brands: Sabyasachi for Nilaya, The Pure Concept for Nilaya, PURE–Royale and Ador. With a range of fabrics and designs that cut across price points from luxury to affordable—there’s something for everyone.


The global market for online home decor is estimated at $98.4 billion in 2020 amid COVID-19, and is projected to a revised rise of $348.3 billion by 2027, according to a report published in Image Credits :


Part of the Landmark Group, Home Centre is spread across India and the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) region, with a strong presence and recall. Myntra has launched ‘Home Centre’, a well-known brand in the organized retail of home and living products, across furniture, furnishings, décor, kitchen, and other household essentials, on its platform.

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Ikea has launched its first ever shopping app in India. The Drum checks out its plans in the world’s second-most populous country, finding out how its strategy offers access to the brand via a combination of flagship stores, smaller city-center shops and, now, online platforms.

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Here are a collection of Top 10 Tanjore painting artists and Art galleries around India. Beauty and Grace overhelm our minds when we happen to see a Tanjore painting. This classical south Indian art brings our opulent past with exquisite life in it.

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The Handcrafted Anjali diya in polished brass can be used indoors or outdoors. Add water to float candles and flowers. Design: A tribute to traditional craft design, uniting traditional art forms with contemporary decor. Craft: Die cut and hammered brass, tell a story of artisanal skill and traditional craft.

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A hint of colonial influence with a contemporary edge form our charismatic Auroville Rattan Bookshelf. On empty walls, and anywhere books abound, this ensemble will bring timeless character and plenty of storage to the spaces that need it the most. Distinguished by an intriguing interplay of parallel lines, time-honoured cane rattan work and solid hardwood provide a perfect platform for displaying everything from books to framed photos to collected curios.With

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Giving life to the dying art forms of India is a retail therapy outlet located in one of Bangalore’s oldest regions-Jayanagar! They believe in up cycling the old, disposed artifacts striving to spread awareness about diverse Indian cultures. Art speaks of the ethnicity of an area and at ‘Go Native’ a conscious effort is made to support local artists by giving them sufficient shelf space to showcase their art works.

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A classy looking Table, by Sundek Interio, manufactures custom designed natural live edge wooden slab tables. They use a variety of the most beautiful hardwoods and softwoods that are cut to show off the natural edge – bark and all.