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. While the final result of doing up your home might leave you with an unparalleled sense of happiness, the process of making all those decisions can be slightly cumbersome. There are so many things you like and so many options you need to narrow down on. It's not easy. But if you did have a place that you could go to that'll fill you with ideas and probably help you cut short that long list of things you need, you'd go there in a jiffy, wouldn't you? Well then, if you're in Delhi, it's time you made your way to these three home decor stores.
1. Cottons and Satins
If you're looking to do up your home with quirky and earthy prints and patterns, Cottons and Satins is the store you need to hit. Nestled in the slightly less mainstream Meherchand Market in New Delhi, Cottons and Satins is a treat for sore eyes. Not only is their range of fabrics vibrant and spirited, but their newly assembled range of crockery will probably instill in you a sense of greed too. Don't say we didn't warn you.
If you want your home to look and feel like a cool summer breeze, Nicobar might just be a one stop destination for you. From their cushion covers to their cups, everything is in colours that are sure to be soothing to the eyes. Head to their store at The Chanakya mall for a real treat. Not only can you buy products that'll make your home look beautiful, but their range of clothes and newly opened cafe, Nico Caara, won't disappoint you either (Psst, their flooring might give you some inspiration too).
3. Good Earth
If you're on a tight budget, we'd suggest you forgo this option. But let us just say, this place could possibly leave your mouth salivating with all the beautiful things they have to offer. Good Earth is a luxury home decor store, but just like its name suggests, it has all things good and earthy. The patterns and prints you get to see here will leave you dreaming for days. Visit their store in Khan market or Select city walk to get a sense of what we're saying.
Which one are you heading to first?