You'll Never Want To Leave Home: 15 Stores That Will Sort All Your Decor Needs

Houzz posted on 17 January

We are calling out to the shopaholic in you. If you haven’t already been to these destinations, then we insist you do, as these top decor stores are popular not just for their sublime products, but also for their amazing interiors. One visit to these gorgeous spaces will leave you hooked and booked. Visit, explore and revel – a great time is guaranteed.

Good Earth {Raghuvanshi Mills}

India’s pride resonates in every aspect of Good Earth started by Anita and Simran Lal. The expansive store exhibits a confluence of colours, prints and patterns and is designed to resemble a mini royal palace. Here you’ll find pretty corners accentuated with candles, tea lights, a throw or a rug draped casually over a sofa, large cabinets housing stunning tableware…you get the drift. An array of goodies, from furniture, tableware and linen to bath products, cushions and wall coverings, narrate the story of our country’s rich heritage.

Home Décor Stores

11-12, Raghuvanshi Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

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Tresorie {Santacruz West}

You wouldn’t mind making a day of this store visit, after all, the home-couture destination by Sonali Arora is spread across five large floors. Each level shows a striking curation of objects that require long hours of browsing. Encompassing home collectibles, silverware, tableware, bar accessories, kitchenware, bedding, bath, rugs, aromatherapy lines and much more, over 30 international brands fill up the retail space. It’s easy to get lost here, because there is just so much to look at and experience.

Home Décor Stores

Plot 60-A, Linking Road, Potohar Nagar, Santacruz West, Mumbai

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Freedom Tree Design {Shakti Mills Lane}

Visit Latika Khosla’s store, and you can be sure to find the most edgy, vibrant designs and quirky items for your home. The brand works exclusively with Indian artisans and small-scale industries to bring us a special selection of furniture, tableware, textiles, floor coverings, lighting, home fragrances and accessories. The store emanates a cosy vibe, with plush sofas, soft linens and rows of vibrant pillows. You’d love to just settle down here.

Home Décor Stores

Laxmi Woolen Mill Compound, Block 31, Shakti Mill Lane, Off E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

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Maison {Indiabulls Finance Centre}

It’s like entering a luxurious store in Europe, and immediately appeals to your senses, making you want to redecorate your home from scratch. A stunning experiential space where one can find bedroom, dining, and living room concepts curated to offer a holistic experience for the buyers on how they, too, can do the same for their home. Aruna Tara’s label provides unique handcrafted furniture and accessories sourced from furniture manufacturers in North America and Europe.

Home Décor Stores

Indiabulls Finance Centre, Lobby Level, Tower 1, Babasaheb Ambedkar Nagar, Dadar, Mumbai

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Muji {Palladium}

For many travellers, obsessively looking to shop for this brand in different countries isn’t uncommon. An easily loved Japanese label that opened its doors a year back in India, MUJI presents its finely crafted products in clean and simple designs within a plush, compact setting in Palladium. Furniture, storage, accessories, linen, fashion, electronics and more find pride of place here.

Clothing Stores

Palladium Mall, 3rd Floor, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Simone {Colaba}

Those who frequent Colaba will know that this luxe glittering two-level store by Simone Arora is hard to miss. After all, it’s inside a beautiful, quaint heritage building. Simply visiting this store and witnessing its alluring rich and elegant setting can leave you inspired and hooked. This concept boutique is a one-stop shop for the trendiest international products, be it furniture, furnishings or accessories.

Home Décor Stores

Amerchand Mansion, A-01, 16 Madame Cama Road, Colaba, Colaba, Mumbai

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Cocoon Fine Rugs {Worli}

Cocoon Fine Rugs by Ayush Choudhary has become one of the most important destinations in the city for classic and contemporary rugs. His collaborative work with eminent designers and architects such as Ashiesh Shah, Rooshad Shroff and fashion designer Varun Bahl are widely known. What sets this sweeping retail store apart is its variety of customisable rugs that can be made to order, according to desired size, design, colour and material. They can even be specially monogrammed.

Home Décor Stores

Basement, Shiv Sagar Estate, A Block, Dr. A.B. Road, Worli, Mumbai

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The Pure Concept {Andheri}

Chanya Kaur and Dalbir Singh’s store is a paradise for shoppers, as it boasts a wide variety of unique furnishing fabrics for the home.  The Pure Concept houses rows and rows of fabrics, new and old collections that you can browse through for hours. Also, mock nurseries, living rooms and bedrooms where the fabrics are showcased for better understanding of their look and feel. They specialise in high-quality jacquards, embroideries, dip-dye, transfer and digital printing – thereby offering something for everyone and every taste.

Home Décor Stores

Dhana Singh Processor Compound Wazir Glass works Lane, J.B. Nagar, Andheri East, Mumbai

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Anemos {Raghuvanshi Mills}

It’s a trip down memory lane – Nipoon Agrawal and Rajkumar Jain’s stunning retail store shows unique antique {as well as contemporary} furnishing solutions. As you enter, you are likely to be stunned by the vintage clocks, fans and cascading chandeliers dotting the store. Upstairs is decor heaven – from period furniture to quirky lamps, wing-backs to coffee tables, wall clocks to vintage accessories – all can be found here. The space truly sparkles with character and a ‘wow’ factor.

Home Décor Stores

Krishna House, Ground Floor, Raghuvanshi Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai

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Nappa Dori {Colaba}

Gautam Sinha‘s brand is firmly rooted in Indian origins, where each item is handcrafted as an expression of fine individuality. Inside their Colaba store, it’s easy to lose yourself in the attractive merchandise and pretty vignettes created in different corners, as well as on the mezzanine. The smell of fine leather and striking visuals will pique your interest. Here you will find trays {in different sizes and materials}, terrariums, frames, trunks {which are mostly used as home accents} and stationery.

Accessories

2, Sunny House, Mereweather Road, Colaba, Mumbai

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Nicobar {Kala Ghoda}

This young, fun, yet rooted brand is the latest go-to destination for many Mumbaikars. From ascending the wooden stairs highlighted with fairy lights, opening the large doors of the store to walking inside the calming space, there’s endless charm here. The store’s design is an ode to its namesake island and has an aesthetic inspired by it. The tropical-style interior holds many whimsical creations, such as wooden tableware, glasses, dainty printed linen, cushions, coasters and, of course, a careful selection of clothes.

Clothing Stores

10, Ropewalk Lane, Above Kala Ghoda Cafe, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

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Oma Living {Colaba}

It’s easy to get obsessed with this pretty, shining store packed with wonders. Different products are organised neatly on shelves and cabinets with attractive lamps and candles adding a decorative glow – who wouldn’t want it all? Oma Living’s signature art, tableware, lighting, candles, bath and wellness products, furniture, wall decor and home linen truly strike a chord with the shoppers.

Home Décor Stores

Vawani House, 7, Opp. Regent Hotel, Best Marg, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai

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Peacock Life {Bandra}

Colour, creative creations and inspirations – all can be found in this three-storey shop, founded by Shabnam Gupta. Each floor conjures up a different vibe, sometimes quirky, sometimes vintage {don’t forget to go right up to the terrace to get a stunning view of Bandra}. The retail venture stands for everything organic and natural, handmade by artisans. It specialises in designer furniture, quirky wall hangings, personally selected curios by Gupta and offbeat lighting fixtures.

Home Décor Stores

190, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

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Hafele Design Centre SOBO {Mahalaxmi}

It’s not every day you come across a store where you can see, touch, feel and experience products and fittings in a live environment – the store also boasts of a large cafe where you can sip on some good coffee or tea while you make up your mind about your purchases. The space is specifically designed to showcase the latest cutting-edge fittings. A long list of premium brands are available here, such as Asko, Bertazzoni,Falmec and Liebherr, to name a few; there are bathroom solutions from WebertEdelbad and Boing, and kitchen fittings from Vauth Sagel and Blum.

Home Décor Stores

Haji Moosa Patrawala Industrial Estate, Ground Floor, Famous Studio Lane, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai

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Clove {Colaba}

The quaint retail destination designed by The Busride has a warm-your-heart kind of character with its arched doorways, clean interiors and neutral palette. Brainchild of Samyukta Nair, the multi-designer space offers classic and eclectic items, such as home linen by Anavila and Shift, objects from Claymen, Fiona Caulfields’ Love Travel Guides and more. Also, as part of the edit, are labels such as Untitled Co., Ikka Dukka and Atelier.

Boutiques

2, Churchill Chambers, Allana Road, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai

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