New home décor pieces for a summer makeover

Schenelle Dsouza 
With winter officially over and summer closing in, it’s time to bring back the colour. In time for the summer season, several home décor brands have unveiled their new collections in colourful prints and patterns. If you’re looking to revive your home with a pop of colour and a whole new aesthetic, check out these new collections to choose from.
Curio Casa
Curio Casa
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Turn your outdoor space into an alfresco fantasy with Curio Casa’s latest #CurioAlFresco collection. An Instagram worthy collection perfect for the summer season, #CurioAlFresco features an extensive range of bistro garden tables, rattan dining sets, garden sofas and lounge chairs, all crafted from the highest quality wood, wicker and fabric adding the best of comfort to your outdoor living space. Buy Here
HIIH
HIIH
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HIIH is known for its exquisite collection of handcrafted vases. A masterpiece for the centre table, these vases are made from varied materials such as glass, wood and ceramic to add a perfect touch of beauty to your home. Each vase is uniquely designed making them stand out from the rest. From cut diamond pattern for a stunning 3D effect, lightwood textured vases for a dramatic effect, and gradient tinted glass vases for a bright pop of colour. Buy Here
House of Ekam
House of Ekam
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A riot of colours, prints and patterns, House of Ekam’s Basant collection is perfect for the summer season. Created with the traditional craft of block printing, each floral print is hand-blocked on pure cotton by master craftsmen in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The collection features floral and bird motifs along with added details like ruffles, embroidery and tie-dye elements printed on cushions and bedding that promise to bring home a happy summer vibe. Buy Here
House of Rugs
House of Rugs
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Collaborating with The Design House Company, House of Rugs crafted a collection called Elementum, inspired by the Mediterranean coast. Channelling the natural textures of sand and sea, Elementum mirrors the Mediterranean landscape, with subtle sandy tones and asymmetrical shapes and sizes. The handmade rugs are traditional, made with natural fibres, yet modern with a neutral colour palette. The rugs can conjure up the calm of a lazy Mediterranean evening. Buy Here
Orange Tree
Orange Tree
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Inspired by the banded nature of the jasper stone, Orange Tree’s Jasper collection intends to redefine aesthetics resonating with the millennials. Striking a fine balance between practical and fashionable décor, Jasper Natural uses acacia wood with crisp outlines and fuss-free silhouettes. Comfortable lounge chairs, smart coffee tables, stylish pouffes and benches along with functional pieces like wall shelf cum bar unit, wall shelf and wall mirror cum shelf. Buy Here
Rosabagh
Rosabagh
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Rosabagh’s latest collection redefines traditional spaces and reinterprets design aesthetics, with a bespoke Navanya collection. A novel interpretation of vintage design with modern sensibilities, the collection is built around classic aesthetics, using unique colours with one-of-a-kind finishes and custom accents. Think Renaissance-inspired chairs, mirror-and-wood side tables and art-deco-inspired crystal chandeliers.
Sarita Handa
Sarita Handa
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Sarita Handa is known for her unique bespoke creations. The core philosophy behind her latest collection is to weave nature into natural fibre cotton that breathes well and holds up incredibly well to washing. The collection seamlessly blends natural landscapes with floral elements in serene hues of whites, beige, teal blue, mustard yellow and coral red. Employing Kantha, the edit features bedspreads and cushions that usher in a sense of freshness and relaxation into the bedroom settings. Buy Here
Satya Paul Home
Satya Paul Home
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A new runner in the home décor industry, Satya Paul’s home collection embodies the idea of lived-in luxury. The latest collection includes a range of cushions, table runners and wallpapers that embrace the beauty of Indian design and craft for everyday, meaningful living. Designed in mostly neutral tones, the collection features motifs like the Indian mogra, monkeys playing hide and seek along with several embroidered botanical accents.
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