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    1D’decor’s fifth outlet in India features ombre curtains with floral prints and other pieces inspired by art

    ENDORSED by the likes of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, the Mumbai-based D’decor boasts of the largest woven curtain and upholstery mill in India. The store has two floors of upholstery, wallpaper, curtains and bedding options. Their latest addition is a window blind section with quirky offerings like blinds with motifs of tiny Matildas reading a book (Rs 135 per sq ft). Manufactured in Dubai, the blinds can be customised and come in a motorised version as well, besides having aluminium and Venetian options. Unique to the store are their in-house designers, after sales servicing team and their own tailoring unit. “The first thing about us, is that our store is a one-stop-shop for a complete portfolio of products. At any given point of time, we manufacture 6,000-7,000 stock keeping units of curtains and upholstery per day. Above that, we have bedding and wallpaper too,” says Mumbai-based Subashri Prasad, D’decor’s general manager of branding.

    At Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Priced at Rs 575 per metre for curtains and  Rs 570 per metre onwards for upholstery. Details: 28332355

    What we like at the store

    Curtains: Their Cosmopolitan collection is inspired by the ombre technique. They have adapted it to create floral ombre. The effect is enhanced using digital print technology. Rs 835 per metre onwards.

    Colour book: A reference book for colour themes and combinations, each book of swatches consists of a combination of 18- 24 fabrics. Do check out the coral reef colour collection that comes closest to the colour of the year 2015, Marsala. From  Rs 785 onwards

    Lakshmi Nair

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