This E-Store Curates Quirky And Unique Furniture To Jazz Up Your Space


    What Makes It Awesome

    On the lookout for offbeat and unique furniture pieces to do up your home? From vintage and cosy to artsy and vibrant, Bangalore Hunts, curates one-of-a-kind pieces. For city-based entrepreneurs, Vandana Puranik and Maysa Aiman (who is originally from France), it all began when they had to furnish their flat to welcome family members who were visiting from abroad. While hunting online for reasonably-priced and interesting furniture pieces, they chanced upon the idea for Bangalore Hunts. Having started off with a Facebook group where they connect to customers, Bangalore Hunts now has a website where interested buyers from across the country can take a look at their products. Led by their love for furniture, their collection features pieces picked up on their frequent travels across India as well as ones collected through partners around the world.

    While this includes everything from vintage and modern to rustic and artsy furniture, what makes their venture so popular is probably their focus on unique, quirky pieces. So, you can be assured you get to set up your home with furniture that isn’t really common. The duo also design pieces, inspired by their finds on Pinterest and Instagram. Side tables with an antique touch, storage boxes inspired by villages in France and pieces made with wood and fabric are all part of what might catch your attention here. Their mirrors, gorgeously hand-carved with a rustic vibe, reflect all that is beautiful. You can check out there catalogue on LBB and even place orders or enquiries through LBB's Enquire Now feature. Keep an eye out for their special previews for new collections and curated pieces. 


    They currently have some super cool wooden cabinets, upcycled decor and quirky mirrors and are also running a 10% off on all products as part of their website launch offer. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, studio visits to their Bangalore store have been disallowed. They deliver pan-India.