Ten-Second Takeaway

If you’re curious about what the new turquoise-walled building in the middle of the Todi Mill, let us fill you in. A two-floor home artefacts and furniture store, BARO has just opened its doors.

What’s In Store?

Earlier existing in a smaller and cosier avatar as Highlight Living in a nearby area, BARO is the product of Srila Chatterjee’s curation and wonderful hand with colours, and Siddharth Sirohi’s design. They’re also the founder-owners of the much-missed Blue Frog.

The store is beautifully done up, each area a focal point in its own. Although a piece of art, it never seems too intimidating. You will find pieces of furniture made of reclaimed, old teak {which is supposed to be strong} turned into really modern, functional statements. Everything from a small bedside table, to a huge bar, a headboard or a great bookshelf, can be bought here with prices INR 10,000 upwards.

17112016_baro01They also sell cloth pieces by Russel Street in Kolkata, cushions by Anek, products by Krsnaa Mehta and many one-off design pieces curated from different regions by Srila. It’s a great space for all creative people, as they are open to host events, talks and just about anything in the design space here.

So, We’re Saying…

Do go and see what this gorgeous new place has in store for you. And as for it being a cultural hub, we suspect that exciting things have only just begun.

Featured photo source: BARO