Arastan at Good Earth in Mumbai

Arastan at Good Earth

Kilim and Cushions

We had a wonderful ten days at Good Earth in Bombay. Saw lots of our old customers and many new ones. The space we had was lovely although with carpets you simply cannot have enough. The Good Earth team were warm and gracious and our accessories looked so beautiful mixed with Good Earth’s furnishings. Then there was the master class in visual merchandising: Mrs Lal is brilliant at it and has clearly inculcated it in the organisation.

As well as the carpets, our latest collections of ottomans, cushions and ceramic were enthusiastically appreciated but the highlight was probably our tribal cushions – especially the bright and colourful tribal kurta cushions which all sold out!

Arastan's Set-up at Good Earth

Arastan’s Set-up at Good Earth

Arastan at Good Earth

Pakistani Tribal Kurta Cushion

Arastan at Good Earth

Cushions and Ceramic

Some of my favourite carpets from the collection (as you can tell I have many!):

Kurdish Confetti Flowers

Kurdish Confetti Flowers

Beni Yacoub Lozenges

Beni Yacoub Lozenges

Diagonal Stripes Talish

Diagonal Stripes Talish

If you liked anything you saw but didn’t get a chance to come back, contact me on nisha@arastan.com. We ship globally (well nearly everywhere).

Back and unpacked. Happy Holi and Happy Easter.

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4 Comments

  1. Jeanne-Marie Verghes
    Posted 29 March 2013 at 07:45 | Permalink

    I love the carpets above! Will get there soon.

    • Mike
      Posted 29 March 2013 at 09:15 | Permalink

      Hi Jeanne – great, look forward to seeing you!

  2. kiran Nandrajog
    Posted 30 March 2013 at 09:59 | Permalink

    Beautiful stuff displayed beautifully.Would like to see it in person n purchase some items.Where n when can i do that.

    • Mike
      Posted 30 March 2013 at 10:04 | Permalink

      Thanks for the nice words. It is all back in Bangalore now at our store on Nandi Durga Road. Some pieces are also available to purchase online. If there is anything particular you are interested in that you don’t see online just let us know.

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