UNEARTH: The Perfect Home Decor Store for Minimalists

Attributes: Decor, Decor Pieces, Indoor Plants

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An admirable venture of two brothers, ‘Unearth’ on New BEL Road is definitely a home décor store for the minimalists. Staying true to their inspiration and name, their store boasts of authentic, untouched, pure products as if literally dug out from earth.

A beautiful incorporation of ideologies of two brothers, Hassan and Raiyan, is impeccably shown in their array of home décor products.

A designer and a plant enthusiast’s philosophy amalgamated in an amazing way that product with clean, minimalistic design and an earthy feel were born. With their most unique and sought after product ‘Terrariums’, they have wide range of furniture and home décor products from ‘cushion covers’, ‘Terracota Planters’, ‘Tabletop Planters’ to ‘wooden planters ‘which will lift up the mood in your home or office space for sure. They have ‘Number plate planters’ for your home too! Could you have even imagined such a perfect thing?

For all the nature lovers who are looking reasons to fill up their home with more and more plants, this is your heaven! And if you want your own little garden inside your home, what can be better than a ‘Terrarium’. They even hold workshops to make an understanding amongst people about sustaining and combining plants within their décor and you’ll be surely be inspired to do so after hearing to them. 

Honest art and love for nature is reflected in their elegant products with earthy tones and would warm your soul and home for good. An extensive research goes on between the two founders with technical aspects of both design and botany before a product is released in their store. Go shop your heart out at this store and take a step closer to Mother Nature. 

Timings: 11 am to 9 pm

Author Credit: Suhani Jain
Picture Credit: Unearth 

Tags: Unearth, CityShor, CityShor Bangalore

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