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Home Review | October 2017 Issue

Design brand Vilaasita collaborates with master craftsman and specialized artisan groups to create premium quality, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted furniture and home decor products. The exotic furniture range includes sofas, accent chairs, coffee tables, side tables and some great storage chests. Other products include upholstered furniture, metal furniture, a copper and brassware range, unique lighting solutions and even a vintage-inspired collection. 
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Ideal Home & Garden Features Vilaasita

Ideal Home & Garden

September 2017

Contemporary living spaces in black benefit from minimal yet edgy gold accents such as light fixtures, centerpieces and wall mirrors. Going over the top is a strict no-no. Keep it minimal yet chic!

Looking to experiment with black and gold? Some great tips by our Co-founder, Sayali Agaskar and other leading designers in this month's Ideal Home & Garden Magazine.

See the full feature here.

 

GoodHomes Feature on Vilaasita

GoodHomes India

September 2017

Featuring pieces from Vilaasita's Copper, Marble and Furniture collection. Modern Design and age-old techniques come together to create classic forms that can add a touch of glamour to your home.

See the full feature here.

 

Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest 

August 2017

20 glamorous home accessories for the festive season
AD Stylist Samir Wadekar handpicks all that shimmers and shines, just in time for the upcoming festivities. 
See the full article here.

Ideal Home & Garden Features Vilaasita

Ideal Home & Garden Magazine

August 2017

Some tips on buying up-cycled and sustainable decor this festive season! Catch us in this month's edition of Ideal Home & Garden. 

 

Discern Living Blog

April 2017

Easter Must-Haves 

We hate to pick favourites but we may have to admit that from the moment we saw this vintage-inspired chest from Vilaasita, we were in love. Though it comes in a variety of colours, the Cascade Blue is a pastel shade that is so interesting it will surely add depth and personality to any room it is placed in. The chest features sophisticated details like brass handles and carved, tapered legs that add a sense of old-world charm to this elegant piece, making it a year-round must-have in our books.

Read the full article here.

 

iDecorama Blog

April 2017

Vilaasita brings together traditional craft and contemporary design in each of its mindfully produced products. Like with many other brands featured on this page, consider yourself an ally of the crucial mission to conserve heritage crafts.

Read the full article here.

Mind Mag Editorial Feature

M.IND Mag

February 2017

The gorgeous Vartika Singh, Femina Miss India Grand, graces our classy yet chic Cora Wingback Chair at the AA Living Store in Mumbai. Shot as part of a fashion editorial titled 'Lucio's Muse' for Mind Mag. Each picture in the editorial is inspired by paintings of Lucio Amitrano.

See more from the editorial here.

  Polka Cafe

Polka Cafe

October 2016

A young furniture and home decor brand based on the premise of bringing together artistic design, quality craftsmanship and sustainable production, Vilaasita by Sayali and Manasi Agaskar breathes new life into age-old techniques. Infusing a contemporary spin on traditional crafting techniques, their product range includes sofas, accent chairs, storage chests, coffee tables and home décor accents. Fueled by a passion for aesthetics and preserving the tradition of hand-crafting, Vilaasita adopts socially responsible practices and gives back 1% of their revenues to their artisan communities. We absolutely love their chic Aztec-inspired Kilim chair, which is perfect to curl up in for an afternoon of reading and their hand-crafted range of brass and copper serveware, which is ideal for your festive tablescapes!

Read more here.

Surface85 features Vilaasita's copper and brass collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surface 85 (Fashion, Beauty and Lifestyle Blog)
October 2016

No one can truly celebrate this Indian festival without going shopping! This is the biggest season in India for shopping. From saris to jewelry and even cars, a lot of purchases are made during this time. People buy for themselves, but also as GIFTS for others.You’ll get gifts and sweets from work, family, and friends. I personally can’t help being caught up in this shopping fever during Diwali!
Offering sustainable gifts made in India by local artisans embraces the true spirit of Diwali even more
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home Canvas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home Canvas

October 2016

We love a great sofa. It becomes everyone’s favourite hang out zone – large parties, smaller groups, cosy twosomes or even just you with your feet curled up under you, watching the TV or reading a good book. A high quality sofa set actually serves as a foundation for building many memories, doesn’t it!

Read the full story here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Home & Design Trends , Volume 4 No 3 
August 2016
Home & Design TRENDS handpicks indian products redefining the retail market in India in this month's issue. The 'Make in India' themed issue, features our bestselling Oliver Club Sofa in Teal.

View the full story here.
  

Better Interiors
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Better Interiors

June 2016 Edition

Few are lucky enough to not only pursue their passion but also make a living from it. Sister duo Sayali & Manasi Agaskar are among the handful who have been blessed with the opportunity
to transform a childhood hobby into a full-fledged thriving business. This year they co-founded, Vilaasita, A young design brand with a passion for aesthetics and quality craftsmanship and simultaneously launched their online store(www.vilaasita.com) .

View the full story here.
 
 
 
 
The Design Bird
May  2016
Vilaasita is a young design brand in the furniture and home décor space. Their collection offers aesthetically designed, sustainably produced and handcrafted products at great value. They believe in combining time-tested crafting techniques with contemporary style to create a their furniture pieces. The inspiration for the brand comes from the huge gap that the co- founders – Sayali and Manasi Agaskar saw in the Indian market.
View the full store here