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Kolkata brand Tia Pakhi does colourful bed and table linen along with colourful bags and stoles. Bonus points for their adorable line of kidswear and toys too.

Birds of paradise

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Tia Pakhi, which means parrot in Bengali was started by French expat Anais Basu, who now calls Kolkata home and is also married to a Bengali. Started in 2012, Tia Pakhi’s USP lies in its colourful presence, Bengal handlooms and delicate embroidery work of cute motifs such as butterflies, birds, hearts and even alphabets. And the good news? Tia Pakhi has recently gone online, which means for those who live outside of the City of Joy, you need not wait for the brand to make it to an exhibition in your city.

For the cubs

Choose from cotton handmade toys (cats, bunnies and monkeys) with kantha embroidery (can also double as a pillow for the little ones), baby quilts, bolsters and pillows (with adorable boat motifs). We especially love the cute Lemon cushion from this collection. For the kids, there is also unisex kurtas, tops for girls and even natty baby jackets with hearts, polka dots and animal life etched on them.

House specials

Embroidered table napkins, runners, cushion covers, and kantha stitched silken throws comprise the home section on the website. We also love Tia Pakhi’s collection of stoles in splashes of brilliant colours, laptop sleeves and batuas to pair with your sarees or ethnic wear.

So, we’re thinking…

The east-meets-west aesthetic (think minimalism of the West matched with the colourful chaos that is India and of course our rich textiles and embroidery techniques) works rather well for Tia Pakhi. And will work very well for your homes too.

Price: INR 500 upwards

Find them on Facebook here.

Shop Tia Pakhi online here.

Featured image via: Tia Pakhi

Tia Pakhi
Starting at 500 for 2

Tia Pakhi for Adorable Kidswear, Handmade Bedding and Colourful Stoles

Tia Pakhi

Ten-second takeaway

Kolkata brand Tia Pakhi does colourful bed and table linen along with colourful bags and stoles. Bonus points for their adorable line of kidswear and toys too.

Birds of paradise

Tia Pakhi, which means parrot in Bengali was started by French expat Anais Basu, who now calls Kolkata home and is also married to a Bengali. Started in 2012, Tia Pakhi’s USP lies in its colourful presence, Bengal handlooms and delicate embroidery work of cute motifs such as butterflies, birds, hearts and even alphabets. And the good news? Tia Pakhi has recently gone online, which means for those who live outside of the City of Joy, you need not wait for the brand to make it to an exhibition in your city.

For the cubs

Choose from cotton handmade toys (cats, bunnies and monkeys) with kantha embroidery (can also double as a pillow for the little ones), baby quilts, bolsters and pillows (with adorable boat motifs). We especially love the cute Lemon cushion from this collection. For the kids, there is also unisex kurtas, tops for girls and even natty baby jackets with hearts, polka dots and animal life etched on them.

House specials

Embroidered table napkins, runners, cushion covers, and kantha stitched silken throws comprise the home section on the website. We also love Tia Pakhi’s collection of stoles in splashes of brilliant colours, laptop sleeves and batuas to pair with your sarees or ethnic wear.

So, we’re thinking…

The east-meets-west aesthetic (think minimalism of the West matched with the colourful chaos that is India and of course our rich textiles and embroidery techniques) works rather well for Tia Pakhi. And will work very well for your homes too.

Price: INR 500 upwards

Find them on Facebook here.

Shop Tia Pakhi online here.

Featured image via: Tia Pakhi

The Editor of Little Black Book, Bangalore, Amrita is also a cat lady, mommy to a feisty one year old and hoarder of cookbooks and indie magazines. When this former Editor of Time Out Bangalore is not eating or cooking or reading about cooking and eating, she can be found planning her next meal, streaming the newest crime show on TV or scouting for the coolest finds in the city.

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