I'm always on the lookout for new and interesting brands to cover, and when I came across Soulspiti on my Insta feed, I immediately paused. Their earthy yet contemporary design aesthetic coupled with a focus on sustainability, community and craftsmanship made me want to know more about their range.
Started by Avantika and Suraj who gave up their corporate jobs to find a more meaningful path, Soulspiti has everything from woodwork to pottery, lighting and even healing plants. The collection here is in one word, wholesome. Adding these products to your space is a wonderful way of incorporating earth-friendly decor that's uplifting and welcoming. Anyone with a green thumb, or looking to infuse some much-needed green into their living area will appreciate their range of botanicals - planters, pots, wooden ladders with lighting (a favourite of mine), and wooden frames. If you've a dull corner, add in one of their warm lights with green accents or add in one of their bark candle holders in geometric patterns. It's not all decor though, and a holistic approach to lifestyle means they also have consumables like their kadhas made with Himalayan spices.
It's old-meets-new in the best possible way, at Soulspiti. Influenced by traditional art forms and methods, their products also feature a spark of innovation that you'll see in designs like their wood-cut tables. And as for the materials, the wood is pine and waste wood so it keeps their earth-friendly design in mind. Soulspiti is all about balance, creating a space that feels like a calm within a storm. It's about finding the middle land or spiti in your soul or emotion. And I for one can't wait to get a hold of some of their beautiful products - the Komorebi plant chandelier and their Hanging Garden Lamp are calling to me. Expect to shell out between INR 1800 to INR 25000 for their products.