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Get Home The Colours and Feel Of Rajasthan With This Brand’s Upholstery

    What Makes It Awesome

    House of Spruce is a home grown brand, that curates the finest of handcrafted home linens, from the desert land of Rajasthan. 

    This venture is the baby of mother-daughter duo of Shriya and Shivangi Rajgarhia. With an impeccable taste in soft furnishing and just the right aesthetics, they have put in place a collection that is sure to leave you spoilt for choice. Love the traditional art of Rajasthani block printing? Well, be prepared to feast your eyes on an extensive range of block prints in vibrant hues, incorporating intricacies of historic motifs as well as modern art to liven up spaces that you can brag about on Instagram.

    They have linens for all kinds of personal spaces – bedroom, living room, bath, dining (plus kitchen) and, garden. I am particularly smitten by their elegant bed spreads, made with love by the skilled local artisans and craftsmen of our country. Their palette of pastels and shades of neutrals are tempting me to give my upholstery collection a complete overhaul. 

    Check out the tropical cotton bedding range from their in-house brand Kilol, with beautiful flora and fauna motifs in a rich shade of azure. Go organic with your choices and create a space both eco friendly and subtle with lively hues and intricate prints from their peaches & blushes collection. Paint your living spaces in a serene palette of peacock teals and sapphire tints with their beautiful cushion covers and upholstery. Snuggle up in the super soft and comfy quilts from their in-house brand Ratan. These are an interesting mix of timeless beauty, durability and trend-setting appeal. I have my heart set on a contemporary quilt with a dash of sunshine yellow.

    Pro-Tip

    The price range begins from INR 1550/- for bed linens and INR 350/- for upholstery. They have also newly expanded into the fashion line up with handcrafted textiles through their label Villa 1320.