The Holy Jolly season has arrived and we are here to help you personalize your love for your family and friends by showering them with the best gifts. We have curated the perfect Christmas shopping list for you, from spectacular home decor items, to lifestyle accessories and much more.
by: Nisha Kapil
EK is a home décor and furnishing brand collaboratively launched by Ekta Kapoor and Roposo having its tagline ‘Bring India Home’. Their products are designed by local artisans from all over the country including Ram Kishore Chipa, a Padma Shri winner from Bagru in Rajasthan. The collection includes elegantly designed handcrafted ceramic platter with dip bowl, chevron blue and white decorative plate that adds royal finish to your décor, handcrafted white ‘blue pottery’ decorative vase, bedsheets to pick for its soothing effects and much more.
Studio Palasa has launched their Christmas edit decor called ‘Minimalistic Elegance’ for the festive season including from planters to home accents. The collection is minimalistic with a touch of elegance and a subtle colour palette. The planters range can be placed as a set or individually as well and works all year round. Their hourglass planters are perfect accessories for entryways in your homes. The range also comprises home accent pieces that includes trays, ring holders that can double up as tiny Christmas trees during the festive season.
Nestasia have curated a collection of exquisite Christmas crockery to match the vibe of your Christmas celebrations. From cute reindeer mug to merry triangle plate, they have curated a special crockery collection that will definitely get you in the festive spirit. These products are not only apt for your kitchen but will also serve as the perfect gifts this Christmas.
The Yellow Dwelling
Make your home a holiday haven with the newly launched Christmas collection from The Yellow Dwelling. They have come up with the perfect range of Christmas specials that will have you spontaneously burst into carols. Their charming collection of cushions, placemats, curtains, table runners, tree trinkets and ornaments are sure to set the mood for all the year-end celebrations.
Christofle available at Emery Studio
Christofle invites you to create and share the magic of Christmas in its most sparkling and playful version with its new decorations, inspired by gingerbread houses and the delicacies of a famous fairy tale. You can customise your silver metal tassels with the coloured ribbons provided. Your pendants will be dressed in softness to hang on your most beautiful tree.
Image Credits: Christofle available at Emery Studio
Ochre at Home (OAH)
Kolkata-based Ochre at Home (OAH) is known for their bespoke furniture and accessories that showcase radical and forward-looking designs yet are rooted in tradition. OAH unveils charming Christmas decorations, complete with a colourful and cosy table setting, that celebrate creativity and art. The highlight of the OAH Christmas decoration is the impressive DIY Christmas tree that takes a Scandinavian-inspired minimal route, the geometric-shaped coffee table, made of recycled wood; the breakfast table set-up that is intimate and inviting with a glorious centrepiece made of red roses, berries and other flowers.
The House of Things X Art-chives
The House of Things X Art-chives unveil a charming Christmas table setup. Beautifully handcrafted ‘Indian Rose bush’ cotton linen placemats and napkins and artisanal hand poured fragrant candles in Indian rose, marigold and night jasmine from Art-chives, unabashedly bring to life ‘The Wild Indian Garden’ on your tablescape. With a whole lot of whimsy, the table is complemented by The House of Things’ chic curation of dinnerware, cutlery and candle stands.
Sources Unlimited has unveiled their Christmas Gifting Collection of fragrances, diffusers and candles by Locherber Milano. The product selection includes hand-painted glass bottles (to increase the ability to reflect light), different types of stoppers (in wood or clay) that recall classic decorative art or natural shapes, jacquard fabrics for labels, as well as fine wood.
Image Credits: Locherber Milano available at Sources Unlimited