Our handpicked list of independent textile brands gives you a fresh take on soft furnishings for your home
There is nothing we like more than discovering textile brands that bring a little bit of whimsy to our décor. While there is a lot of choice available in the market, there is always something more appealing about buying objects which are handmade, that aren’t mass-produced and come with their own back story. We handpicked three independent textile brands that can help you update your decor.
Launched by Amrita Nambiar, Olie is about free spirited living. Having trained as an illustrator and graphic designer, Amrita wanted to produce handmade décor products that would resonate with an audience looking for contemporary motifs combined with an Indian sensibility. We love the Kolam inspired collection that features across their cushions.
Started by Nayanika and Gazal, IDAM is a print and surface design studio with a focus on décor products. We love their take on soft furnishings, which combine modern motifs with traditional materials and techniques. Our pick is the Green Home and Away cushion.
The folks at Anhad say each of their products has a unique story to tell. Understated block prints in pastel and muted shades make up their linen collection. Our pick is the Rimjhim bedsheet in Blue.
Rim Jhim bedsheet set
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