Maspar Launches "Carnival Prime" collection
In the world of style and elegance, whatever is exquisite and innovative become bespoke of the season.
New Delhi: In the world of style and elegance, whatever is exquisite and innovative become bespoke of the season. Indian Rich Fabrics are catching the eyes and setting the trend. Inspired and fascinated with the Indian fabrics, Maspar, India’s leading soft home furnishing brand launched its “Carnival Prime” collection. This vibrant collection is exclusively designed for monsoon season to bring elegance to your home.
Celebrate this Carnival with the finest collection of winding ikat patterns, utopian weaves, and delicate satin to redefine your definition of luxury and solace. Surrender to alluring collection and experience bedding like never before. This unique collection is an amalgamation of soothing colors and traditional patterns with different designs to give an attractive look by enhancing the aura of your home.
The collection comprises of an array of bed sheets, pillow covers and towel in the color of nature that will bring soothing vibrancy in your bedroom. The distinctive collection of Carnival Prime is curated to give an attractive look to your bedroom with the pledge of comfort. The traditional patterns like ikat patterns and utopian weaves on beddings and towels will give an opulent yet fashionable look to the collections.
The beautiful combination of blue, red and vanilla colors used to make the collection will enhance the beauty of your home with the exemplary and elegant style of décor products. Bring the essence of Carnival Prime into your distinctive room this monsoon season and bring a sense of calm to space.
The price range of these products varies from Rs.449/- to 13,899/- available at all exclusive stores of Maspar in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Pune, and Ludhiana.
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