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You HAVE To See Sabyasachi’s Holiday Collection For Pottery Barn!

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Adding to this year’s list of collaborations is the exciting Sabyasachi X Pottery Barn home décor collection. Yep, you heard that right! The Kolkata-based fashion designer has joined hands with the epic US-based décor brand to create a collection of some 50 products that bear his signature design elements. It’s the first time Pottery Barn has launched a global collection and attempted to bring a little colour into American homes. True to his style, he has worked with floral motifs, animal artworks, clock prints, intricate embroidery, and so on. This stunning collection comprising dinnerware, bed linen, and cushion covers, is proof that when the world of fashion and décor meet, they weave magic.

Using techniques like block printing and hand dyeing, the designer has once again put indigenous Indian arts, crafts, and fabrics on the global map. Tapping into his Indian roots and love for vintage textiles, Sabya has definitely inspired us to put these products on our festive check-list! From jewellery boxes, bed linens, and salad plates to gorgeous trays and pouches, there is something for everyone to swipe their cards on. Here’s the list of our top 10 picks from ‘The Sabyasachi for Pottery Barn Holiday Collection’ — which ones do you love?

PS: breaking these plates is not an option! In fact, they are so pretty that eating out of them will be a different task altogether.



Sabyasachi Embroidered Lumbar Pillow Cover (Rs 7,822)



Sabyasachi Salad Plates – Floral Bird (Rs 4,661)



Sabyasachi Nomadic Love Embroidered Jewellery Pouch (Rs 3,081)



Sabyasachi Round Print Tray (Rs 7,822)



Sabyasachi Bottle Set (Rs 11,772)



Sabyasachi Maharani Print Duvet Cover And Sham (Rs 27,573)



Sabyasachi Monkey Platter (Rs 5,451)



Sabyasachi Wall Art (Rs 35,474)



Sabyasachi Medium Jewellery Box (Rs 3,121)



Sabyasachi Trinket Tray Set (Rs 3,081)


Hauterfly's Lifestyle writer and resident Potterhead. In love with boxes, diaries, food, and conversations. Always in a state of fernweh. (Don't know what that means? Search the site for more!)

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