Ten-Second Takeaway

Limón, shaped by Aradhana Anand, is the perfect way to dress up your living room, with eclectic, yet cute, printed chairs and lounges. And she also has a new open studio for you to come and see.

Making Us Chairful

Untitled-2After nine years as an oil freight trader, dabbling in the maritime industry in Dubai and Singapore, Aradhana Anand decided to to nurture her true passion—that of dressing a home. After years of advising many a friend on how to add that bit of oomph to their homes, Limón was finally born in the summer of 2015.

We also visited her newly-opened studio on the second floor of a quaint Shanti Niketan home, and we were pretty awe-struck.

Bringing It Back

The debut collection focusses on—the chair. We love that Aradhana has used Indian weaves as upholstery, as opposed to western forms. For instance, the Queen Anne-esque styled Wingback seems as if it has been draped with a saree {which it has been}. These are great for the drawing room, or even as statement bedroom furniture {we guarantee a comfortable book reading sesh by the window}.

Coming Soon

Future collections promise eastern Indian weaves and textiles. As of now, you can get chair and chair accompaniments, where the cladding has been carefully matched with the form {for example: Only Indian weaves have been used for the Wingbacks, and solid colours for the lounge chairs}. They have ikat and Benarasi pieces too. Look out for events at the stunning space, complete with lots of light, greenery and a view.

Delivery within Delhi and NCR is free, but domestic and international shipping is chargeable.

Where: 1/29 C Shanti Niketan, Rao Tula Ram Marg {visits by appointment only}

Nearest Metro Station: AIIMS

Price: INR 19,000 – INR 45,000

Timings: 11am – 7pm {Sunday closed}

Contact: +91 8826278883, or write to aradhana.anand@limon-design.com, info@limon-design.com

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Featured image courtesy: Kasturi Roy