The entrance way of Cottons & Satins by Mala’s new Mumbai store is accentuated with planters

New Delhi based designer Amith Chhabra drew inspiration from old barns and lofts to envision the outlet

In the children’s area, the highlight is a teepee filled with cushions and story books

View of the oriental themed corner

Cottons & Satins by Mala’s new Mumbai store resembles a stylish barnyard

by Nishita Fiji Mar 31, 2017
Spread over 6,000 sq ft, the home textiles and accessories Cottons & Satins by Mala’s first store in the metropolitan takes industrial design up a notch with serene all white interiors to create the perfect canvas for the firm’s colourful offerings. The expanse is divided into various segments within barnyard themed interiors. “We tried to do justice to the whole space with different concepts for each section,” states Mala Sapra, the company’s founder.

We love how one corner has an oriental theme, while another bears muted tones. Large windows ensure maximum sunlight and lush foliage is dotted throughout (even suspended from the ceiling) for an organic touch. New Delhi based designer Amith Chhabra, who envisioned the outlet, knew exactly what he wanted when he saw the property. “Since it was an open plan, we faced no challenges. It was like working on a clean slate!” he revealed.

From signature screen printed handloom cotton fabrics and cushions to wallpapers and accessories including candles, bags, pouches and photo frames, the outpost presents a wide array of products. The store has also launched the brand’s first furniture line, which is exclusive to the city.

View of the oriental themed corner