Are you thinking of a quick home makeover this festival season? Or need good linens for gifting purposes? Our list has the best of homegrown brands to choose from.
Festival season is undoubtedly the time when we think of home renovations. It can be in the form of small decorative additions or a full-scale paint polish session. Diwali time too adds an extra dose of light and cheer into our households. So being the conscious platform that you come to, we decided to curate a list of home decor brands perfect for this festive makeover.
Our list has conscious brands offering the best in home furnishings, linens and homeware perfect for personal purchase as well as gift ideas.
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If you find yourself landing on Nurture India’s website by any chance, it is because you fell in love with wooden homeware. Wooden cutlery has been rooted in Indian culture and is now gaining popularity in the West, mainly Europe.
What makes Nurture stand apart is their commitment to source their wood sustainably, value the fine details and work with artisans from across the country.
We are personally fans of their serve ware collection. At Nurture, you can expect beautifully crafted wooden pieces for all your needs. What is even great is that you can design and launch your line with the brand. So head to their website and start curating.
The quickest and easiest home decor revamp is probably by changing your furnishings. Hathkargha is a clothing brand that has recently launched its home collection.
Expect Indian block prints, clean, crisp bed sheets and colourful pillow covers. Our suggestion is to look through their durrie collection as well. Durries are probably the most unrated way to add texture and colour into your living rooms.
We love how Hathkargha curates their products to give a perfect mix and match of the Indian and the modern. Their price points fit everyone needs and budgets. So head to Hathkargha and start shopping.
Diwali is also the onset of the winter season. And the winter season calls for snuggling in quilts. At Kessa, you will find a wide range of quilted wonders perfect for sardi (winter) season both for single and double beds.
While quilts are an essential winter purchase, they can also act as a good gift for your loved ones this festival season. Every time they find comfort in the razayi, they will send blessings your way.
Besides light-weight, beautiful quits, Kessa also offers a range of bedsheets, pillow covers and dohars. They also have clothing pieces for him, her and kids making Kessa your one-stop-shop this festive season.
Are minimalism and sophistication your vibe when it comes to your home? Then Saphed is your you. As the name suggests, Saphed (white in Hindi) stands for the sheer elegance found in the minimum.
Linens that are clean set in monochromatic, earthy tones is what Saphed offers. Our personal favourite is its breezy curtain collection. Still, we do advise you to check their entire range consisting of bed and table linens. After all, you don’t find many brands acing both simplicity and refinement.
Our final brand on the list is a little hatke. Essential Traditions by Kayal brings you the best of kitchenware. What’s the catch? The material they use. Think stoneware, cast iron and brass – materials rooted in the Indian kitchen culture.
If you are a cooking fanatic and love your kitchen armours to look as exquisite and unique as your food, this brand is for you. They also have cookware in wood, bamboo and coconut shells.
The brand is committed to sustainable living and also offers sustainable cleaning products on their website.
All these home decor brands are currently running a festive sale, so we suggest you make your purchases soon before stock runs out.
Feature image contains curtains by Saphed, bed sheet and pillow cover by Hathkargha, quilt by Kessa, stoneware kitchen cutlery by Essential Traditions by Kayal and wooden serving plate by Nurture India. All images sourced from the brands Instagram accounts.
Sanjoli is currently working as a Content Strategist and has a Master’s degree in Fashion Journalism. She has contributed to publications like MensXP, Mindless Mag and Sustain: The Mag in the past. Conscious Charcha is her way of learning more about sustainability and spreading the word about a sustainable lifestyle.