Home Decor

A pick of the best, the latest, the greenest, the quirkiest, the most luxurious... that money can buy

Published: Nov 28, 2013 07:10:16 AM IST
Updated: Feb 5, 2014 02:52:55 PM IST

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Easy Fit
Fisher & Paykel’s Integrated Fridge is made-to-measure and can seamlessly fit into your existing kitchen cabinetry. The Variable Holiday Mode feature ensures its efficient running while you are away.

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Midas Touch
Odel’s Tea Set Cabinet revs up the aesthetic quotient of your home. A lacquered product with a gold finish, this can be used to store the tea set or kept just as a decorative piece.

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White Beauty
Designed by architects Shivangi Dham and Sankalp Pardeshi, this low centre table has a Greek-style border and clawfoot-legs reminiscent of the Baroque period. If understated elegance is your style, this is for you.  

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Play Back

The Bayan Audio Soundbook is a stylish portable speaker that is wireless and has Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. It incorporates an FM radio, and can act as a speakerphone too. Available in a range of colours.

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Shoot at Sight
Garmin’s Virb Camera is a bundle of joy for shutterbugs. This action-sports camera is not only waterproof but also endowed with full HD recording features, GPS connectivity, an altimeter, an accelerometer and a superb wide-angle lens. It can be synced easily with most handheld devices.

Midas Touch, White Beauty, Easy Fit, courtesy Better Interiors, Shoot at Sight, Play Back, courtesy T3
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(This story appears in the 29 November, 2013 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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  • Denise Johnson

    Thanks a lot for sharing this list. These stuffs are really cool. But I especially love the fridge. I will surely going to check this one.

    on Dec 5, 2013