#HauteSpaces: Outhouse Comes To Mumbai And It Spells Luxury In Bold
Who doesn’t love a pretty home/work space? I know the answer to that one. So now, every week, I will go in search of the most stunning indoor spaces in our country that will inspire the inner decorator in you. Unique, colourful, or quirky, these photo stories are sure to leave you spellbound, like mouth-hanging-open spellbound. If you know or use a space that fits the description, ping me and we can chat! It can be anything from a home to an office, a studio to a restaurant — if it is fun, I’m game.
After leaving their mark in Bangalore and Delhi, Kaabia and Sasha Grewal have brought their brand, Outhouse, to the financial capital and it was about time that they opened a store here. Located in the ever-sparkling area of Bandra, this store is for those who have an eye for all things pretty.
A 500-square-foot space, this is one store you won’t want to leave. Complementing the brand’s statement hues of grey, salmon, off-white, gold, and pastels, the décor is a sight for sore eyes.
The furniture has been placed in a such way that the space doesn’t look crowded, and there is ample room for the customers to move around with ease. Most of the tables have been washed white with gold linings — a classic combo, right? Grey sofas lining the wall allow you to take a break from all the retail therapy.
The Terrazo flooring, a recurring trend of the ’90s, has been artistically used, making the jewellery that’s on display stand out. Modern accents with traditional touches make quite the statement, almost giving off the vibe of a high-end art gallery — one where you have a glass of wine in hand as you walk around admiring beautiful things.
Subtle music and luxurious feels create a lovely aura at Outhouse. If you are looking for statement jewellery that will make ’em heads turn, stroll into this store and pick out some super classy pieces.
Get a preview of what I’m talking about by scrolling down, to witness the gorgeous store in all its glory!
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