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Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka with a population of over ten million, the third most populous city, located in the southern India on the Deccan Plateau is sometimes referred to as the “Silicon Valley of India”. Attracting most of the youngsters across the country for job in the IT capital of the country so if even you are new to settle down in Bangalore  then this home decor guide is just for you and your new home as shopping lovers in Bangalore won’t be disappointed as the city has something for everyone.

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A city that boasts of a classic past ornate with the most historical cenotaphs, Bombay celebrates relic in the most regal form with its line of vintage room décor offerings. Whether you have a budget that’s well down to earth or a stringent passion of authentic antiquities, the city will meet your needs.

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Are you looking to create a rustic yet appealing home at throwaway prices?
If yes, you should definitely check out CANE CENTRE on M.K Street for some beautiful yet functional cane baskets, stools, swing sets and knick knacks starting from INR 150 that will spruce your space and give it that vintage yet style-struck vibe.

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There’s so much to do on Houzz – from reading home decor storiesgazing at beautiful homes, searching for architects, designers and other design professionals, participating in design discussions to looking at exciting products and decor and furniture brands.

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Looking to furnish your new home or want to give your old one a much-needed makeover? Delhi has a wide array of home decor stores to satisfy every style and budget. From quirky accessories inspired by childhood memories to luxury furniture sourced from around the world, here are the best home decor stores in the capital.

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A city that boasts of a classic past ornate with vintage room decor offerings & home accessories. If you have a tight budget street shopping is the way to go for fashion-forward Mumbai girls, but what about home decor? Often shopping for tapestry and furniture means burning a big hole in your pocket, but not anymore! 

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The boom in the residential real estate industry over the last few decades has given an impetus to the home décor market. Also driving the growth of this section is an increased consciousness among home owners for stylish interiors and beautiful indoors.

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Doing up your home brings so much joy, and so much stress. So much joy for the wonderful new ways in which you can do up the space you live in to feel more yours. And so much stress for all the time consuming rearranging you’re going to have to do, and the endless choices you’re going to have to make.

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According to the US Trusts’ 2017 Insights on Wealth and Worth, High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) under 50 years old are more likely to view art as an investment, while those over 50 years old are more likely to consider art as a part of their identity and lifestyle.

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Customers dropping in at Gaurav Gupta’s flagship store in Mehrauli, New Delhi will have a hard time deciding where exactly to focus their attention. It’s a toss-up between the sculpted garments—set to advantageous display in the Studio Lotus-designed boutique and the impeccably constructed furniture that you can’t help but gape at.

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Located at a mill in Lower Parel BARO- Home Decor is a gem when it comes to finding unique, fine pieces of art for your house. It’s a double storied space which oozes art, and creativity at all levels. It started as an experiment that was termed as ‘Highlight Living’, and now it’s a full-fledged brand.