In this article, we offer you a collection of places in Mumbai where you can shop for decor and furnishings for your home. There are businesses that offer conventional decor. And there are businesses whose sole existence is based on crafting quirky art and decor. The advantage that huge cities like Mumbai offer is that they spoil you with the choices. So, here is our collection.
Shipra Maheshwari hails from the fashion industry, and with her penchant for art and decor, she chose to take a plunge in the home decor industry with her venture ‘Hermosa Casa’. She is backed by Shashank Maheshwari and Shishir Maheshwari who are themselves realtors and have a keen interest in the interior decoration. They say that ‘Hermosa Casa’ is a convergence of enthralling beauty and opulence. While beauty is pretty subjective, their products exude opulence for sure. The common thread between all their products appears to be the aim to add to the grandeur of your living and working spaces.
In their product range, you will find artifacts like sculptures and wall pieces but the bigger offering is the functional products with fascinating aesthetics. Functional products like vases, table lamps, candle stands, cutlery, bar accessories, etc.
Peacock life was founded by Shabnam Gupta. It aims to deliver quaint and stylish customized handcrafted pieces of furniture, décor and lighting fixtures at not-so-exotic prices. They believe that great design doesn’t shape spaces, it shapes lives.
Shabnam’s team envisions India to be a hub of emerging designs. The team makes sure that Shabman’s ideas are translated into reality. They have contributed quite a bit in the arena of interior designing. And they have also been bestowed with several awards and accolades for their work.
Freedomtree is an interesting lifestyle store and it’s changing the contemporary Indian interiors. They have brought the global fashion trends on the Indian palette and now they’re going international as well. Their products are an amalgamation of global trends, artistic skills, innovative ideas, and riots of colour, with a unique touch of “Indianness”.
Freedomtree was founded by a passionate home-loving designer, Latika Khosla from Mumbai. They encompasse every aspect of a modern urban Indian residence. You will find furniture, furnishings, decor, crockery, etc.
Mahalaxmi: Block 31, Laxmi Woolen Mill Compound, Shakti Mill Lane, Off E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi (W), Mumbai – 400011
Bandra: Bandra Breeze, Plot no. 57/A, 23rd-28th Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400050
There are many art connoisseurs who have chosen to pursue a business that lets them embed art in the day to day lives. Mostly it would mean that they offer fashion and decor. That’s what Good Earth does, but the differentiating factor here is that they are inspired by the art and culture not only of India but also its surroundings. Their designs, they say, are a reflection of several cultures in this part of the world.
Their product range includes dining collection, home decor, furnishings, women and kids’ fashion etc. The thread that connects each of their products is the elegant design. Most of their apparels are casuals produced with ethnic design and style.
Lower Parel: 08104107142
Locations: Juhu: R/154 Ground Floor, Opposite JW Marriott Hotel, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu Colaba: 2 Reay House, Adjacent to Taj Mahal Hotel, Colaba Lower Parel: 11-12 Raghuvanshi Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
Stunicom was born 20 years ago and never allowed itself to become just another trendy looking store. Since it’s inception, Stunicom was determined to revamp the notion of furniture and home decor. They introduced the culture-loving eastern India with the world-class luxury and then expanded to the other parts of the country.
After receiving an overwhelming response, they soon ventured into the retail sector with “Spacio”, “Just For Decor”, and “Just For Clocks”. Today Spacio is well-known for its collection of timeless furniture which combines vintage and modern style to build elegant furniture pieces. Just for Decor is the magic wand that adds magic to your house/office/institution with its eye-catching decor, accessories, and furnishings. Just for Clock has stirred up a kind of revolution by offering designer timepieces in the rather mundane clock industry.
They offer furniture, decor, accessories, lighting and wall pieces.
Cocoon Fine Rugs
Cocoon carpets was founded in 2009 by Ayush Chaudhary, a graduate of the London School of Economics and an avid traveler. He defines himself as an art lover who seeks inspiration from all the beautiful things; be it fashion, architecture, or even photography. He took over his flourishing family business of rugs and helped it to evolve into a brand of designer and handcrafted carpets.
They own a flagship store in Mumbai and also have a presence in Jaipur, Kolkata, and Bangalore. The collection is an interesting and intriguing mix of inspiration, hard work, experience, and craftsmanship, all blended into one charming piece.
Old friends Nipoon Agarwal and Rajkumar Jain were appalled by the lack of importance given to the fans in Indian homes. A tropical country which can not go without a fan, never displayed any affection towards an instrument which had the potential to make or mar the beauty of the place.
In 2005 the duo founded Animos, named after Anemoi, the Greek gods of winds. The art aficionados introduced the Indians with an ingenious idea of home decor and amazed them with the artistic evolution of the most ignored yet indispensable item of their interiors.
Their store now houses products of many reputable international fan manufacturers like Fanimation, Oliver Kessler and Karim Rashid. They have decked the Indian ceilings with marvelous pieces like a modernized version of “Punkha”, palm fronds style to bladeless beauty. The duo gave Indians many reasons to “hold their heads up”.
Lower Parel (West): 022-24921836
Andheri (West): 022-26312050
Locations: Lower Parel: Block No.11, Ground Floor, Ginger house, Raghuvanshi Mills Estate, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (West), Mumbai – 400 013 Andheri: Unit No 6/C, Laxmi Industrial Estate, New Link Road, Oshiwara, Andheri West, Mumbai – 400058
In 2010 a NIFT graduate Gautam Sinha left a career in the contemporary fashion world and followed his passion for leather craft and came up with “Nappa Dori”. The quintessential Indian name translates as leather and thread. Today with its 7 flagship stores in Delhi, Gurgaon, and Mumbai including a destination store in Maldives resort, Nappa Dori has earned a name in the arena of leather art.
Nappa Dori has a very pragmatic approach to design. They create old-school designs for contemporary buyers but the products are not complicated art pieces, instead, they are handy daily essentials. This is one of the reasons behind Nappa Dori’s success. Each product is a blend of Indian design, pragmatism, and quality. Even the accessories are added with the utmost care so that the piece remains user-friendly.
Nappa Dori has ventured into the realm of bespoke services as well. They offer customized amenities to the glittery international names of the hospitality industry. They also offer customized products that can bear names, initials or a heartfelt message.
Clove – The Store
Clove – The Store, a brainchild of the hotelier Samyukta Nair, started its journey in October 2017. In a brief span of time, it has carved a niche for itself. Based in the bustling maze of Mumbai’s upscale Colaba, the store treasures the handpicked collection of quaint decor and apparel. The collection which includes a myriad of Indian tastes is introducing the Indians with a homegrown treasure. Right from a picky gift seeker to a traveler looking for a souvenir, the store has quite diverse offerings.
Their products are aimed at adding a sheen to everyday items and make them look suavé. You can shop for a range of products like decorative lamps, ravishing earrings in traditional Indian style, classic metalware, handcrafted handbags, and eye-garnering Kurtis and long dresses.
Nicobar was established by Simran Lal along with her husband Raul Rai following an Indian yet modern outlook. The thought behind the brand is that simplicity lives long and that minimalism has a certain charm. Simple designs and organic material are the inspiring agents of Nicobar as a brand which believes in ‘forever’.
Driven by a blend of cultures, Nicobar is somewhere celebrating the Indian roots while constantly trying to utilize the connections it has with the cultures in the neighbourhood. It believes in the longevity of any trend that it comes up with. Nicobar is a place filled with design and digital enthusiasts who’ve teamed up to make a mark in the fashion space.
They can be defined as a platform for the evergreen, simplistic yet elegant attires, and home décor.
Lower Parel: 08527006410
Locations: Lower Parel: High Street Phoenix, Unit no. T-02 third floor, Phoenix Mills compound, 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai – 400013 Kalaghoda: #IO Ropewalk LaneAbove Kala Ghoda Cafe Mumbai – 400001 Bandra: Ground Floor, Patkar Bungalow 34 D, Turner Road, Bandra West Mumbai – 400050
Mamta Mansingka is the designer, creator, and owner of Kilol which she started in a small garage with an intention to give life to mundane simple clothes with attractive prints. Kilol is known for its traditional and modern prints and also the way it uses them as a fusion to give a new outlook to your dress.
Whether you love to keep it ethnic, modern or are a fan of contemporary, they try to offer you the attire that is made from the beautiful cloth and has fascinating prints. They also offer a range of home linen. According to them, about 80 percent of their products are block printed using Rajasthan’s traditional block printing process.