Soho House has expanded its coveted homewares range with the addition of the Mumbai Collection.
The range was specifically designed for Soho House Mumbai which opened last year, the first House in Asia, and was inspired by the city.
‘We wanted it to be so you would go in there and see all these amazing little details that reminded you of [Mumbai] culture but also created loads of layers so it felt like you were coming into a Soho House,” says Soho House Mumbai lead designer Scarlett Supple.
“It’s a whole serene space that you can relax in, like sitting at home, which is really unique in Mumbai because lots of their hospitality spaces are really contemporary and really clean.”
Pieces to buy include the Priya cushion found in the bedrooms and rugs found dotted around the House.
“Our three cushion prints were designed bespoke with hand block printing and feature traditional craftsmanship and skilled techniques,” says Soho Home product developer, Kirsty Orr. “The geometric elements and the colour palette of on-trend shades such as blue and mustard easily fit into people’s existing colour schemes at home.”
The team also collaborated with Samarkand Design for a range of lampshades which individually hand-cut from vintage silk sarees sourced in India and hand-pleated by skilled craftsmen in Devon. The shades are available in the same tones of teal, saffron, oyster, chartreuse and coral found around Soho House Mumbai.
Soho House Mumbai is in Juhu, an area north of the city. The club is housed in a striking white, neoclassical building, surrounded by palm trees and has views across the Arabian sea.
Soho House Hong Kong is slated to open in September 2019.
Mumbai Collection is available at http://www.sohohome.com