A quick round up of home décor brands that will help you decorate your children’s room
It’s hard to ignore all buzz around the all white nursery that Gauri Khan has designed for director Karan Johar’s kids. Want to turn your baby’s room into a memorable space straight out of a storybook? We have rounded up the coolest home décor brands that will make decorating your kid’s room, literally a child’s play. Give these five decor brands that specialise in children’s furniture, linen and accents a looksee. For newborns and toddlers to pre-teens and even adult-kids, these delightfully adorable decor brands will make you go heart-eyes.
Browse through our gallery below for a glimpse of five of the cutest décor brands for kids
Founded by Eisha Maskara Sheth, this Mumbai based studio is as obsessed with the touch and feel of fabric as us. Handcrafted in Mumbai from locally sourced GOTS organic cotton minus the use of chemicals, their linens include blankets, cot sheets as well as buntings and cushions. We cannot get over Masilo’s deliciously minimal and Scandinavian-esque colour palette and designs.
Designed by Sarika Sharma, this homegrown brand is India-proud and how. We’re fond of their delightful home textiles that celebrate iconic Indian motifs like the rickshaw, parrot, lotus, cow and elephant. Hand block printed and handmade by local artisans, each piece is made of soft, quality materials.
Here’s a New Delhi-based studio that solely designs bespoke furniture and accessories for children. Run by Diksha and Prerna Saigal, the studio provides one-of-a-kind decor with a high level of personalisation. Often themed, their designs lean towards European sensibilities and are highly Pinterest-worthy.
From the same husband-wife duo that bring us Kaji (the furniture studio), this label, as the name suggests, is aimed at children. We admire the grandeur and elegance with which the brand creates bespoke interior solutions for kids. Find everything from curated accents to boat shaped bookcases fit for your little royals, perfectly put together by Shrivant and Devina More.