Mi Casa Collective: An exhibition for your home will mark the beginning of the festive season

To ring in the festivities and to celebrate the coming together of friends and families post the lockdown, Mi Casa Collective is back with its annual physical exhibition

Mi Casa Collective: An exhibition for your home will mark the beginning of the festive season
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The festival of lights is almost here and it is a season of intimate gatherings, joyous celebrations and of course gifting. To ring in the festivities and to celebrate the coming together of friends and families post the lockdown, Mi Casa Collective is back with its annual physical exhibition.

For this show, Mi Casa Collective’s co-founders Sonali Batra and Akshita Sekhri wanted to create an ambience for those with a discerning eye for interior design and décor. Therefore they picked the iconic Bikaner House to be the venue of their carefully curated exhibit of Indian décor brands. The Mi Casa Collective show aims to showcase a mélange of traditional and modern Indian homeware brands that embody the soul of hosting intimate gatherings.

From Fine Art, Carpets, Furniture, Décor, Tableware, Outdoor Living, Home Textiles to Floral Arrangements, Bath and Bedding Linen and Gifting—the two-day exhibit will capture the gamut of products in the interior space. From exquisite decor accents to lifestyle accessories and more, Mi Casa Collective presents the ideal wish list for this festive season. For instance, Ritu Kumar Home will exhibit an eye-catching range of bed linen and tableware, which is a celebration of indigenous art forms and promises to be a visual treat for design enthusiasts. Shades of India will showcase a selection of soft furnishings and home linen that is an ode to the age-old textile techniques of India.

“Ritu Kumar Home defines comfortable luxury for homes that like to tell their own story. With a vintage lens, it evokes the nostalgia of long summer days and decadent winter nights. We are excited to display our range at Mi Casa Collective!” adds Mr Amrish Kumar, Managing & Creative director of Ritu Kumar.

As the world slowly opens up after the lockdown, Mi Casa Collective hopes to commemorate the joyous occasion of the coming together of friends and families. The show comprises carefully curated pieces of statement Fine Art, Carpets, Furniture, Home furnishings & Décor. Expect to be immersed amongst design elements in each corner as they inhabit and take you on an interactive design journey. Furthermore, in light of the ongoing pandemic, the show will maintain all recommended health and safety measures.


“We want people to feel safe stepping out and shopping in person once again. We want them to feel at ease at Mi Casa Collective, as if they have come to our homes. The show for us is a way to end the curse of the pandemic and touch base with our customers again. The idea is also to invite our online consumers to touch and feel the products. Rest assured that Mi Casa Collective and Bikaner House will be abiding by the Covid-19 protocols and taking strict precautions,” adds Akshita Sekhri and Sonali Batra, Founders of Mi Casa Collective.

This festive edit brings together 35 of Interior brands across categories. The participating brands include Ritu Kumar Home (Home & Living), Shades of India Home (Home & Living), Cottons and Satins (Home & Living), Arttdinox (Home & Living), Artisan Lab (Home & Living), Sleepy Cat (Sleep Products), Suite No. 8 (Ceramics), Niana Home Fragrances (Candles), Kainaat Design (Tableware), Great Banyan Art (Fine Art), Cavalry Lane (Tableware & Gifting), Studio Kiklee (Décor), Belleven (Bedding), Kaati Carpets (Carpets), Dale and Co (Multi), Idam (Home Textiles), Savana Living (Furniture), Design Station (Home & Living), Furniche (bedding) and Karo Home (Décor).

Additional brands comprise Ghar Ghar (Rugs), The Leather Garden (Leather Accessories), Sadyaska (Bedding), Karara Mujassme (Outdoor Living), Spruce Inc (Wooden Accessories), Goldleaf Studios (Leather Accessories), Furniture (Bedding), The Poppy House (Artificial Flowers), Fuschia (Bedding), Bring it Home (Décor), Studio Botanik (outdoor living), Home Struck (Décor), Ripples Home (outdoor living) Lune Studio (Décor), and Diksha Mehta Invitations (Gifting Accessories).

The Mi Casa Collective show explores a new design narrative that seeks to provide an immersive experience of a lifetime!

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