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Got Some Moolah To Spare? Check Out These Luxury Furniture Stores That Will Give Your Home A Makeover

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    Pay day has arrived and for some, it’s on its way. So if you’re looking to redo your home and don’t really mind the splurge, then check out this handy guide to luxury furniture stores in Mumbai.

    BARO, Lower Parel


    Lower Parel, Mumbai

    BARO has been started off by the same people behind Blue Frog. Curated beautifully by Srila Chatterjee , the store features Siddharth Sirohi’s designs.

    BARO has furniture made from reclaimed old teak wood, designed with a modern look. Not just it, they also hold talks and workshops here. You can read more about it here.

    Freedom Tree, Bandra

    Freedom Tree

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    Freedom Tree is a quirky store in Bandra founded by Latika Khosla. The designs are produced by a collective of designers here. They have everything from beautiful ceramic crockery to rugs and more to coax you into spending cash.

    You can read more here.

    Magnolia Home Decor, Worli

    Magnoilia in Worli is a bespoke furniture and decor store which houses lovely wooden decor pieces. The store is owned by Maulika Gandhi, the store has pieces sourced and and handpicked personally by Maulika – pieces that rarely get repeated twice.

    From cushion covers, candle stands, to couches and wall hangings, they offer it all. If you have a big budget, then Magnolia will make you want to splurge.

    Read more about this store here.

    Good Earth, Lower Parel

    Good Earth

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    Good Earth is one of our favourite furniture stores for picking up pieces that add colour to our house. They have some of the swankiest decor ranging from vases to ivory fine bone china with floral and more.

    With its earthy and quirky vibe, Good Earth is best known for upholstery, linens and cushions. They play a lot with colours, prints and fabrics. It’s also one of the biggest designer decor companies in India and we love it. Walking into a Good Earth is like setting up yourself for a trap but you go back a happy hoarder of all things beautiful.

    Check out their website here.



    Address Home

    Address Home has modern and sleek furniture decor items. The store is well-stocked with beautiful candles, magnificent chandeliers and much more. This one is for you if your taste is subtle, and budget expansive.

    Check out their website here.

    Taherally's, Lower Parel


    Lower Parel, Mumbai

    If you’re looking to go vintage, then this is your best bet. Taherally’s in Lower Parel has gorgeous antique trunks and more. It’s a collector’s haven and has been there for over 60 years wherein they have sourced antiques from all over the world.  Unique things like an American pool table, plaid trunks or even leather trunks.

    Read more here.

    The Peacock Life, Khar

    This high-end store in Khar started off by Shabnam Gupta is a great place for if you’re looking to find some unique decor pieces. From light mason jars {INR 3,600 upwards}, centre pieces made from mango wood or a bar stool made from a gas cylinder, they have it all.

    Read more about it here.

    Phillips Antique, Colaba

    Phillips Antique store in South Bombay is one of the most luxurious furniture places in the city. They have gorgeous antique pieces sourced from all around the world. Victorian glasses, statues, Indian Sindh pottery and more – you name it, they probably have it.

    Check out their website here.

    Blue Loft, Worli

    Blue Loft is the brainchild of Kahan and Sohum – co-founders of the space. Sohum is the designer and takes all things creative up his alley, and Kahan manages all things logistics.

    They make most of their stuff in India at the workshops, and by skilled artisans. The material is sourced from across the country. Some of the offbeat pieces we spotted were sourced from other South-East Asian countries such as China and Japan.

    Read more here.

    Sidewalks Of The World, Bandra

    Sidewalks Of The World sources decor pieces from yes, the guess is right, around the world. This Chapel Road decor store has pieces sourced from France, Italy and even Germany.

    Find cute teapots, coaster, couches {starting at INR 4,500 and upward} metal wall plates and much more. You can read more about it here.