Tucked inside a quaint building on Wakad-Hinjewadi road, Fulcrum Home Decor is the quintessential hidden gem of a furniture store we bet you didn’t know about, (but should).
This Hidden Furniture Store Changes Its Collection According To The Colours Of The Season
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Started in 2009, Fulcrum Home Decor is a sheer work of genius by interior designer, Pallavi Arora. The initial concept store was located in Pimple-Saudagar; however, it recently shifted address on Hinjewadi-Wakad road, inside Yashada Serenia Apartments, opposite Bharti Vidhyapeeth School. If you’re passing by Balewadi road towards Hinjewadi, the furniture store would be on your right.
Fulcrum is an exquisite lifestyle store that almost resembles a home brimming with summer-spring hues. While the bedroom boasts of luxurious floral bed sheets, quirky framed wall posters, filament lights above the bed, patchwork drapes, Victorian mirrors, contemporary cabinets with subtle prints and lampshades in soft pastel hues, the living area is a Moroccan-Asian themed magnificence done up with wing chairs in summer-bloom upholstery, lacy cushions, handcrafted pottery, unique table-top decor and an eclectic range of copper and brass-ware by Coppre.
The kitchenette, on the other hand, is a sublime collection of artsy cotton-printed tea towels, cute aprons, colourful oven mittens, fancy metal-ware and more. There’s another room at Fulcrum that resembles a fine European living room comprising flowery patterns on cushions and sofas, handwoven rugs, vintage mirrors, ceramic coasters, leaf-printed table lamps and matt-finish chests.
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Pallavi tells us how the concept and theme of Fulcrum change with season and festivities. For instance, the current mood at the store is all about summer. Known as the Garden Of Senses, this collection features a plethora of nude and pastel shades on eco-friendly sustainable fabrics, flower-bloom prints, vintage furniture and tissue culture plants. We particularly loved their cushions in lime greens, pinks and mauve, starting at INR 299. We also found an antique door that was converted into a bookshelf and was priced at INR 14,500.
People who love to do up their space in all things natural, check out Fulcrum’s jute durries and carpets for INR 3800; fish-and-lotus-leaf-print wooden lampshade for INR 6,500; matt-tone bedside table for INR 5,500; serving trays starting at INR 800 and wall frames with intricate border-work for INR 3,750.
Fulcrum is also known to provide a platform to budding artists and designers across India. So, don’t be surprised to see clothes and jewellery on display from time to time. Currently, chic summer dresses and Boho tunics by Akhira and statement metal jewellery by Maharani Baug rule the racks at Fulcrum. We hear these items are only there until the end of the month, so you better hurry. For more details, follow them on Facebook here.