7 eye-catching pieces of home decor that instantly beautify your home

Home décor is an integral part of life. Your home is where you spend a large part of your life. You want it to be comfortable, welcoming, relaxing, and embellished with nice things to look at and use. Well, here are seven examples of home décor that brings all these qualities into your home and more.

Home décor is an integral part of life. Your home is where you spend a large part of your life. You want it to be comfortable, welcoming, relaxing, and embellished with nice things to look at and use. Well, here are seven examples of home décor that brings all these qualities into your home and more.

Put simply, these beauties are so functional you can’t do without them and so eye-catching you’ll find it hard to take your eyes off them. Come on in for a better dekko at what we have in store for you.

1. Peaclock

The clock from creative house of Kolorobia that keeps on ticking and never stops preening like a peacock it is.

2. Time for Warli

The folks at Unravel Indian show you what happens when the distinctive imagery of Warli meets the timeless art of telling time.

3. Terra-dhokra

Vareesha throws fresh light on the tradition of Dhokra with this wooden and terracotta creation that deserves a closer look.

4. Bidri Beauty

Bidriwala brings the art of Bidri to your home with this useful and intricate vase that’s designed to showcase beauty of flora and the ancient heritage of Indian handicrafts.

5. Get Hooked

An ethnic and eye-catching way to make your walls come alive is this unforgettable Dhokra key hook by Vareesha.

6. Cushion Care

Per Inch gives you a chance to bring home the comfort and cool of a colourful cushion cover you can curl up with in style.

7. Naming Buddha

Hitchki brings you the good vibrations and distinctive aesthetics of this nameplate that is infused with a touch of the Buddha and thoughtfully designed to elevate your good name.


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Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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