August releases by homegrown décor brands you need to know about! 

Ruhi Gilder
It’s been a month of back to back releases from home décor brands across the country. Whether it’s furniture, linen, tableware, or showpieces, these luxury collections have it all. Scroll to take a look at the latest in home décor. 
1. Artisan Furnishings  
Natural Opalescene - Artisan Furnishing6
Natural Opalescene – Artisan Furnishing
An ode to nature in the form of furnishings; Artisan Furnishings’ latest collection ‘Natural Opalescence’ is inspired by botanical patterns and prints. Designs take the form of organic, free-flowing, and symmetric designs, scallops, linear strokes. Hues of greens, mild blues, and neutral beige form the colour palette of the collection.  
2. Beyond Dreams 

Soft furnishings brand Beyond Dreams launched a new collection focused on bright block prints. Vivid patterns, sharp geometric shapes, abstract prints, and graphic forms that echo old-world motifs, polygonal shapes and stripes are part of the collection. 
3. Bonasila  
Bonasila
Bonasila
Fibreglass planters Bonasila newest collection is called ‘Tabto’. The collection consists of planters that you can fit in your home, or use to brighten up your wfh desk. The collection consists of planters like Lucio, Narcio, Moso and Celosi. 
4. Ellementry  
Ellementry
Ellementry
Inspired by the monsoon tradition of watching the rain over a steaming hot cup of masala tea or coffee, Ellementry has launched a line of mugs. The lifestyle home décor brand has launched designs in aqua flowers, minimal baby pink, simple geometric prints and much more.  
5. Eris Home 
Cocooned in Luxury - Eris Home3
Cocooned in Luxury – Eris Home
Believing in the philosophy of “Ahimsa Silk,” Eris makes their products out of ethically sourced silk. It involves a wait of 45 days for the Eri worm to spin its cocoon, break free from it and fly away. The result is a lustrous matte fibre made in Bengaluru. Their new ‘Cocooned In Luxury’ collection features bedcovers, pillow covers and accent cushions, made of ahimsa jacquard cotton silk. The home décor edit is inspired by mother nature, with a palette of grey, blue, cream, orange and teal, mustard and brown.  
6. Good Earth 
Good Earth
Naqashi
In celebration of their 25th year, design house Good Earth launched their Naqashi collection. Naqashi is a craft of papier-mache is native to Kashmir. The brand even introduced a documentary film in an effort to present the intricacies of the delicate and intensive craft, which recycles wastepaper into beautiful hand-painted and handmade lacquerware. “With an intent to sustain the craft while giving it a new global audience, the design aesthetic was kept connected to their traditions of arabesques and nature-inspired motifs, but in a contemporary style,” says founder Anita Lal. 
7. House of Ekam 
Rattan Collection by House of Ekam 1
Rattan Collection by House of Ekam
House of Ekam exclusively works with artisans to develop hand-made products sourced directly from remote areas of India. The new Rattan collection shines a light on technique sand materials from the artisan clusters of Uttar Pradesh. They are inspired by international designs seen in Bali, but made with local talent. Featuring quirky wall quotes, handcrafted mirrors and baandh planters, the collection is boho chic. The planters and storage baskets are made using Baandh, a type of Bunaai (weaving) technique, known for making traditional bed cots or charpaai in villages. 
8. Kanchi by Shobhna and Kunal Mehta 
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Sundarbans – Kanchi by Shobhna and Kunal Mehta
Kanchi By Shobhna and Kunal Mehta, a bespoke luxury home design and furnishings brand launched a Sundarbans collection this August. Using motifs like mangroves, the Sundari, wild grasslands, the designers depict the picturesque heart of the Sundarbans jungle. The landscape has been interpreted in 18th-century French-origin ‘toile du jouy’ style of printing. “We used a special jacquard to create this woven fabric, with natural linen woven into nylon, viscose and polyester to make it look like silk while retaining a 3D effect,” says Kunal Mehta, co-founder and co-creative of the brand. 
9. OBEETEE 

Two luxury powerhouses collaborate to create exquisite carpets. OBEETEE, a brand that specialises in hand-knotted and hand-tufted rugs joined hands with Shantanu & Nikhil to pay homage to India via this capsule collection. The edit is broken into three themes— Independence, Regimental Regalia, and The India-Proud Story. It is a celebration of the couturiers’ iconic collection over the years. “The inspiration behind these exquisite carpets represents an amalgamation of Indian decadence and modern grandeur,” say the designer duo.  
9. Ochre at Home 

Kolkata-based design firm, Ochre at Home has released coffee tables inspired by regal Indian architecture and art. The Bricks Coffee Table is a wood and malachite piece, that can be customised to include other finishes. The Jaipur Coffee Table is an ode to India’s architecture, with its graceful arches. It has a solid wood base with hand-carved pillars, embellishments of semi-precious malachite, and is accompanied by a Michael Angelo marble tabletop. The surface is carved with elephant and tree motifs, which are inlaid with semi-precious stones.  
10. Sarita Handa 
Sarita Handa
Sarita Handa
Sarita Handa, a lifestyle brand well-known for its textiles and furnishings, launched a bespoke furniture collection. Featuring accent chairs, pouffes, ottomans and benches, they are a seamless blend of classic and contemporary styles. Vintage and elegant motifs accentuated with intricate brass moulding, and plush cushioning define the new collection.
11. Sanjyt Syngh   
Sanjyt Syngh
Sanjyt Syngh
Interior designer Sanjyt Syngh launched a set of bespoke limited edition furniture pieces. “The lock and key are represented in the form of chairs and the mechanical action is represented in the form of a bench,” explains Syngh. Made of wood and stone, the monotone black and white palette creates a stunning visual. And the pop of green brings brightness and energy. 
13. Tribe Amrapali 
LAPIS LORD GANESHA STATUE
Lapis Lord Ganesha
Just in time for the festive season, Tribe Amrapali launched a limited edition of Lord Ganesh inspired jewellery and statues. The collection is peppered with traditional handcrafted Tribal jewellery in silver and antique gold, handmade miniature paintings, and regal statues; all bearing the form of Lord Ganesha. 
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