Buy Home & Lifestyle products inspired by Indian Roots!

Attributes: Decor, Kitchen and Dining, Cushion & Throws

A new lifestyle store on the block, The Indian Parrot is all about quality clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor. Inspired by Indian roots, fabrics, and craftsmanship lost in time, the brand is a mix of master craft and contemporary design that reflects your personal sense of comfort and style!

Opened up in Saket, the store is done up in elegant white walls, and a subtle hint of blue! On the inside, it is a warm walk-in with fashion and lifestyle products laid down neatly! The owner Anuradha, along with her mother who’s a designer, took her love for everything Indian, a notch higher by curating a brand that transforms textiles into high quality, real, accessible fashion.

In the words of Anuradha, “It is our endeavour at The Indian Parrot to bring Khadi back to its former glory, to make it fashionably forward and adapt it to a more urban habitat. We strive to be in essence, Indian and in approach, International for a generation that’s a little bit of desi and a little bit of Videsi”.

We personally loved their handcrafted dhurrie by Idam which can be just the perfect fix for your room! Their Colourful tea cozy sets are again, simple, yet urbane! Check out their earthen collection of cushions, comforters, table runners, kitchen linens, curtains all with that nice, rustic charm.

They have cushions in ikhat prints, kalamkari, and several contemporary designs too! If you love re-decorating your space often, pick from here, the range is also quite affordable. And while you are at it, don’t forget to check out their organic range of shampoos, conditioners, and lotions.

Do visit the store to witness the finest of fabrics in a rich confluence of tradition and modern-day design!

Address - 105, Saket Nagar Main Rd, Paliwal Nagar, near Café Pallete.
Contact - 98335 49949

Tags: home decor, cushions, throws, curtains, organic shampoos

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