5 Products that are Stealing my Heart this Valentine’s Day!

“Be still, my heart,” is what I have been saying over and over again after I spotted these beautiful products this week!

Quilts and Runners from TUNI
I really love TUNI’s trademark minimal frills on runners and cushions! And today, when I was browsing through their Instagram feed, I chanced upon owner Mrinmayee Kundalia’s adorable nephew’s picture, next to a TUNI baby quilt. Needless to say, they both caught my eye! <3

The baby quilt is a 100% handwoven cotton Ikat filled with soft poly cotton. The weight and the feel of the quilt makes it perfect for an Indian winter as well as the summers. The table runner is a handcrafted khadi creation embellished with Ikat frills and flowers. Says Mrinmayee, “If you’re gifting flowers this Valentines, why not fabric flowers? That was the idea behind it. It is also a perfect minimal piece to add a little color to any corner of the house.”

Get in touch with the folks at TUNI and check their lovely products out on their Facebook page here.

Orange Tree Brass Scooty from Olive Theory
This classic style Scooty Wall Décor piece by Orange Tree is made out of iron and has an antique finish to it. The metal sculpture of an antique scooter is rare, and the rust accents are really pretty! If it’s nostalgia you are trying to bring about in your decor, this is a perfect purchase. And Valentine or not, anyone will appreciate this piece as a gift! It will look as lovely in a man cave, as it does in the stylish sitting area featured in the image.

As a brand Orange Tree has some really lovely products that you could check out on The Olive Theory website. Or head to their Facebook page here.

Wonderland Rug from Freedom Tree
I have long been an admirer of Freedom Tree. The fabrics they stock have my heart, they do! But this February, this Wonderland Rug caught my eye. It’s a classic Freedom Tree fabric design, but the coral colour and the blue accents make it stand out ever so beautifully!

This 100% cotton rug is now available only in one size 5X3 ft. There’s also a fabric sale on, and I highly recommend you check their fabrics out! Connect with them on Facebook here.

Arabian Nights Glass Jar by Cyahi
If you are on Decor Drama, you know we have been crushing over blue bottles, and even painting our own. This blue bottle from Cyahi is close to what we all want, I know! With it’s lovely curves and spout, and the fabulous blue colour, it will brighten up any home! While Cyahi’s plates are colourful pops you can add to your decor, this blue bottle is a stylish accent to liven up any place you take it to!

Inspired by the charm of the Moroccan food scene, this jar is aptly named The Arabian Nights jar, and is shaped to create an aura of mysticism. So this Valentine’s day, pour in your favourite cooler and enjoy an evening of good company and laughter, says Cyahi. And if you are on Decor Drama, I know you are also imagining a hundred different settings for it – a prop, a vase, a way to incorporate jewel tones, and more! Follow Cyahi on Facebook here.

Animal heads on Vajor
I am crushing over this beautiful Ram Head on Vajor.com’s decor section. It is very fashionable, and I lost no time in pinning it to my Skull and Horns Pinterest board. Yes. That’s how much I like faux animal heads – I have a whole Pinterest board devoted to the theme! Coming back to Vajor, they have a line of complementary products and I admire the rare and aesthetic stuff they bring out in home decor.

They also have a fabric decorated cow head and deer head. Connect with them on Facebook here.


That’s the end of our list, but I will take this opportunity to let you know that we have just brought in a range of suzani and vintage fabric, available in bulk pre-order bookings only. If you are interested, get in touch. Also check out our decorative frames, paired with interesting vintage and suzani fabrics! Follow us on Facebook here


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