For The Seasons - Designers

December 27, 2018


Graphic Visuality and Chief nurturer

My favorite thing to bake is a tart. Lemon, chocolate, peach - I love to marry the vivid colors with freshness from fruits to create a feast for the eyes.

Nothing makes me happier than serving my vanilla souffle with mulberry coulis oozing out of that remekin.



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Changing Faces Changing Places

December 27, 2018


You're a Red person, You're not.

Whatever your mood and style may be,we've got you covered.

Changing faces Changing places!

Here's our Faces textile collection in a New Neutral.


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Red Moon Collection

December 27, 2018


Inspired by The Red Moon, this dinnerware is rendered in studio pottery glazes.

Microwave and dishwasher safe.

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For The Season

December 27, 2018


Visual Merchandiser and perfectionist :

I observe and obsess over the small details of every product. The construction, makeand orientation of things is what catches my eye every time.

Forme, beauty lies in perfection!


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Luminous Lamp

December 27, 2018


Freedom Tree's latest range of lamps takes a cue from refined industrial-style living. They have a poise that fits right in into the chic aesthetic of a modern Indian home. With names inspired by astronomical instruments and constellations, the lamps are designed to take you Into The Light this festive season.

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A Look For Every Table

December 27, 2018


Kyoto :

Runner in happy sunshine yellow with our classic must-have Kyoto ceramics!

Geoglee : 

Mats in rose and charcoal with Ochre soup bowl and a sprinkling of polka dots!





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Hold me close this Christmas!

December 27, 2018

Hold me close … keep me warm… lazy days with endless hot-chocolate and snuggles. Are we out of marshmallows already?

Freedom Tree's new range of luxurious woven tweeds is an code to the turn of season

The exquisite textures are slubbed and variegated in color, mirroring the calm of nature.

Add some instant cosiness and a dash of fun to your sofa or bed with these warm tweed throws with the pom poms.

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In India, Colors have always been interwoven with Indian traditions and heritage since time immemorial. From symbolic colors worn, to those for festivals. How does a ‘traditional’ scenario adapt to trendy colors when we talk of a new India, in step with the world?

Globally, Color forecasters pick up trends from the happenings in society which inevitably affect people. They also pull information from a variety of sources and piece it together. Always keeping their antenna alert, searching for whats hot, whats new.



                                                               Source : AkzoNobel Global


For 2016 we find ourselves at a unique crossroads in time where we can see the advantage both of tradition and also of modern innovation. Digital and modern techniques are here to stay but we look for inspiration from the past to be able to design for the future. Looking Both Ways – with Cherished Gold being identified as the color that best connects all the keys trends for the year.This theme of duality is the driving influence for 2016, according to the Colorfutures team at Akzo Nobel. Freedom Tree’s founder, Latika Khosla is one of the leading design and color experts who develop these ideas at the Global Aesthetic Center. 


                                                               Source :Dulux


An OCHRE GOLD as the color of this year is also a color easy to bring into Indian homes. The trend leans towards warmer metal tones. If we look to the past, a patina gold from ancestral paintings and the aged luster of glass, is the inspiration. A hint of the metallic gold can be brought into the interior on décor objects; an aged mirror frame or a gently lustrous hammered lamp base. The intent is to keep the metallic gold influence subtle and chic when bringing it into contemporary homes. 




                                                               Darkmoon Mirror



We increasingly seek the appeal of going ‘off grid’ in order to find oneself in the modern world. Digital dependence values the chance to produce something physical and tangible. We need boundaries in which to live, even if we seek to rebel against them; freedom is only understandable within the context of a framework.


When OCHRE GOLD is bright enough to attract attention, we could use it as a solid color statement in contrast with balancing hues. Unexpectedly in the modern context, ochre combines beautifully with a trend of pastel colors.

The refreshing energy that immediately gets noticed. For a smooth transition, these pastel tints of peach, sage green, duck egg blue are held back by black and white grids and geometries that are simple.                                                                                                                                                                  


                                                        Lattice Floor Cushion          


                                                   Round Coffee Table Set 



                                                              Converge Upholstery Fabric

Look out for this cherished gold color tone not only in home décor but spot its applications in graphic design, architecture, fashion and beauty.



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