Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that minimalist and bohemian decor is in. And we’re here for it. Marked by warm, earthy colours, use of metal, sustainable materials such as bamboo, cane and hemp, pastel coloured ceramics and a hint of quirk, it’s all easy breezy and pleasant. Love it, don’t you? If you nodded YES, then HollyHock is just the brand for you.
Started by four friends in Delhi with the idea of crafting and selling bright, happy home accessories, which won’t go out of style with every season, you’ll find timeless pieces at HollyHock. Think metal trinket boxes and abstract wall frames, cane and rattan organisers and ceramic vases. Plus, wooden decor and mirrors too. For something even more whimsical, especially for the kids room, the Pom Pom Detail String Photo Holders are wonderful!
I’ve got a few pieces from them - the abstract wall frame, ceramic mugs as well as a white ceramic vase. The wall frame is ideal to either use to clip up your favourite memories or maybe motivational quotes you love. We’ve got a mix of photographs, little notes for the family from birthdays, to-do notes and those super important house rules for the kids like “Babies sleep at 8pm!”. It’s really light, but sturdy so don’t worry about your wall plaster crumbling. The ceramic mugs (and ice cream bowls) are also light, but since they’re coloured (I got pink), careful to not chip them. I’m not very gentle when washing crockery, so if you’re a bit rough too, then keep these for special occasions only! The ceramic vase I absolutely love because it’s small but has a wide opening. Being white, it fits in everywhere, and small, more so. I was worried it would break in transit, but it came very well packaged, and everything arrived well, in one piece.
Apart from the clean designs and on-trend products, HollyHock is really, REALLY economical. Planters and vases start at just INR 200 while the photo frames are INR 500 up. The larger products are about INR 1,500, but they cover almost the whole wall, so you really are investing in a statement piece.