Places we spend most of our time at -- the home, the kitchen, the office -- deserve only the best, wouldn't you think? Us too. Which got us thinking that there is no better way to welcome the best than to spill the magic of art all around! No, we don't mean suffocating all the walls with paintings -- instead, filling each of these spaces with purpose through objects that elevate and ease everyday living. And for this we (and you should) look to Rayden Design Studio!
At this Pune-based lifestyle accessories label form and function takes precedence over trends. And so their line of home accessories, kitchenware and tableware is designed keeping in mind a need, utility and ergonomics first and foremost. This doesn't mean they disregard style completely! Rayden's aesthetic is minimal yet demands attention and appreciation. Most of them stem from stories, the fun of being intuitive and mixing together several mediums.
Like we absolutely love the Urban Tweeter Series of cups and pitchers fashioned after the Indian Robin. The inspiration is the new-found habitat of birds in the city high-rises and a give at our new social construct of tweeting and poking instead of having real conversations. With this line of unique ceramic and wood drinkware, Rayden's hope is to encourage chatter over a pitcher of big sangria or a cup of tea. You must check out the Anatomy Series of Desk Objects (planters, pencil holders, trinket tray) -- made with resin and mild steel these are a play on the hidden geometry of everyday inanimate articles too. Best believe that everything that you shop has purpose and art moulded together.