Gandhara : Rich fabrics and motifs that will give you a re-visit to natural silk routes

“Collect things that you love, that are authentic to you, and your home becomes your story.” It would not be wrong if I say that, No matter what the style is, home decor is making home more home. There are man brands working very hard to create the best interiors which make your home more fun and classy. Good Earth is one brand creating it’s own identity for itself as an exclusive Indian interior luxury brand. The brand has just launched its Gandhara collection which is a combination of rich fabrics and motifs that would give instance grace to your interiors. Just scroll down our gallery and check the collection.

“Gandhara for us was an opportunity to learn more about our roots, The region that’s between present-day Pakistan and Afghanistan was in many ways the first global civilisation, To capture the essence of the period, we have tapped several crafts and stories from the region. We have employed a colour palette that includes natural madder, indigo, and charcoal hues. The home linen collection extensively uses Ajrakh, a block printed textile with roots in Sindh.” says Good Earth founder Anita Lal.

The wildflowers of the Swat Valley are etched in phulkari across cushions and they also inspired a host of pastel-hued, hand-blocked bedcovers curtains, and throws. The potters had transitioned into creating the much-loved tableware. With this collection, the brand has tried to create Greek-inspired amphoras, pots and jars. The handcrafted glass and metal vessels, with their uneven textures and flashes of gold, are definite highlights from the collection.

The entire collection is will make you feel that you are exploring the culture of the nation and you are on a remarkable and a joyous journey which will complete your home perfectly. You can check and buy the entire collection here.

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