ADDRESS HOME launches the Yellow and Grey Spring Summer 2017 Collection

Address Home, the luxury home décor brand, now introduces the yellow and grey spring summer 2017 collection, reflective of the contemporary chic aesthetic in home decor. The new collection of cushions from Address Home gives a modernist twist to Old Persian Geometric Patterns. Creating an atmosphere of sophistication and playfulness, the embracing grey with refreshing yellow will exemplify your summer.

This contemporary cool color palette for spring summer season by Address Home is all you need to transform your home. As the “funand vibrant yellow meets the subtle yet edgy grey”, it energizes your room, makes a stunning statement and sets your home apart.

The spring summer collection of cushions comes into being with intricate needle work, bead embellishments, silk embroidery and gold foiling to give it a glamour quotient. The textures are generously employed to imbue the room with a snazzy style. The geometric pattern decorates plain fabrics in silk, velvet and cotton. They create a perfect tranquil space for summers, adding just the right amount of zing to your den. Although made with simple elements they have the capacity to transform a bland space into an opulent retreat reflective of a high degree of beauty and elegance.

Address Home has combined different techniques in each piece of the collection to bring out the design elements that bring in a layer of variety in your eye movement and breaks the monotony. It’s not only edgy and fun, but also encapsulates age old weaving, embroidering and embellishment techniques thereby bringing together the best of both worlds.

This Diwali, beautify your homes with Kala Drishti

Kala Drishti, always known for its unique creative offerings, has once again come up with some amazing collection for Diwali with designer furnishing item like cushion covers and table mats inspired by the traditional art of the medieval period and nineteenth century British era and beautiful hand-painted lanterns.
Cushion Covers 
Aesthetically designed and hand-painted cushion covers are influenced by miniature paintings of the Mughal Era and are of dupion silk fabric. These cushion covers are hand washable and affordable.
Price Starting range Rs 500 (for set of 6 pieces)
Lanterns are a very important part of Diwali, the hand painted lanterns are of aluminum metal and are battery operated.
Price : Starting range Rs 700
Table mats
Aesthetically designed, these colorful table mats are inspired by the heritage art  of the medieval period. All these affordable designs are made of rubber material an are washable and the prints are done on a sulkish material.
Price : Rs 2,100 (for set of 6 pieces)
Address: Kala Drishti-28, Bahubali Enclave-Karkardooma Opp. Cross river mall, Delhi – 92 
About Kala Drishti

Kala Drishti is an artist run art trust meant to promote and support upcoming artists and create awareness about visual art in the various cross sections of society. Its aim is to achieve the maximum in the field of visual art and give the artists their rightful place in the sun. keeping this aim in mind Kala Drishti has introduced the concept of affordable and useful art by designing some gift items, home products and home furnishings. This range kitsch art (gift items mostly hand painted in bright and gaudy colors and themes) like kettles, cups, old time irons( the one the dhobi use), trunks and buckets, coasters, lamps and lanterns etc.

Then there is a range of gift items and home furnishings ( mostly printed) which is mostly inspired form heritage art like Mughal and Rajput paintings , Bengal wood cut art of 19th century, 19th century British art and mughal architecture.

These are beautifully designed and reset by Kala Drishti artists. The collection comprises of mugs, coasters, decorative plates, pen stands etc. In the home furnishing there are beautiful cushioncovers, dining mats and runners and a range of colorful bed covers. The main aim is to bring a little bit of art into homes and display a collection of designer art in soft furnishing.

Headed by mother and daughter team of Anjali and Ritika Jain. The aim is to promote visual art in all its dimension which will be both pleasing and affordable. They also exhibit in Singapore and have been very successful there.