From fluffy cushions to quirky lamps, we’re major suckers for pretty home decor. And although the city has plenty of great home decor stores, Indiranagar is the gift that keeps on giving in the decor department. Home to many decor labels, we’ve decided to give our favourite ones a shoutout on this list. Here’s our list of the best home decor stores in Indiranagar.
Need Home Improvement? Here's Our List Of The Best Home Decor Stores In Indiranagar
Looking like it’s straight out of wonderland, Mirador is a pretty and whimsical store that’s stocking up on some lovely furniture and decor pieces. Mainly using teak, apparently sourced from the Java Forests of Indonesia, the furniture here is built for the long run and have a very rustic feel to them. From elegant teak dining tables and chairs to more quirky pieces like their chairs and sofas that come in soft pastels and bright pinks and blues, there’s plenty of merch on offer here to catch your fancy. Tiny cane baskets, colourful throw blankets and pillows also have space on their shelves. Prices start at INR 600. Read our complete recommendation here.
We were so happy when Olie opened up their first store in the city last year. A cosy spot on 80 Feet Road, the store has all of Olie’s signatures, from their wanderlust inspired cushions, bed linen and travel bags, to their hand-woven banana fibre lamps. Spread over two floors, you’re sure to find something pretty and quaint for home sweet home here. Read more here.
This boutique is as pretty as a picture. Distressed furniture, block-printed cushions, bed covers, printed rugs and all kinds of lamps are what you’ll find here. Starting off as a lighting destination, you’ll spot Channapatna lamps, desk lamps featuring industrial designs, helix lights and shades made of banana fibre here, that are sure to make for interesting lighting options. At the very least, just go and check the store out to see how pretty it is. Read more on that here.
Remade In India
Quirk it up, all while doing your bit for the planet, by buying some of the upcycled merch from Remade in India. Glass bottle lamps, clocks made from vinyl records, decoupage vases and other knick-knacks, all these goodies are bound to grab attention and would look good in the nooks and corners of your home, giving them a hipster upgrade. Want to know more? Read on here.
Right from its iconic brick red walls to its cement overhead lampshades, Magari oozes old-world charm. If it’s unique furniture you’re looking for, you can expect to find locally-made plush leather sofas, tables with exposed wood joinery, and ash wood cabinets with cane weaving here. Not your style? Don’t worry, everything is customisable, if you’re willing to pay the price. Brands Yavanika, Parador and The Rug Republic showcase their products on the second floor and you’ll be amazed by the selection of upholstery, curtains, blinds on offer. It’s choices galore.
Stocking up on old school, one-of-a-kind vintage and antique collectibles that the collector in you is bound to appreciate. Grandfather’s clocks, miniature vintage car and plane models, binoculars, spyglasses, and telescopes, travel back in time and explore this treasure chest of antiques, that’s on 100 Feet Road. Read on here.