Iqrup+Ritz; Eclectic collection of exquisite furniture

Launched by mother and daughter duo, Iqrup + Ritz is a new international furniture and décor brand that believes in the power of pairing. As furniture is never placed in isolation, they also give customers ideas on how to style their homes. With my love for Interior Styling, you can easily see my attraction towards the brand.

Iqrup + Ritz Hermes Orange, www.stylecity.in

They had invited me earlier this year for a preview of their launch collection which was on display at India Design ID this
February. The collection will be on view and can be purchased from our e-commerce store which launched later in the year. For those of you who can’t go without touch & feel they also have a showroom in Gurgaon. The collections offer a wide range of furniture and cushions. Their collections are inspired by Mid-century modern, Boho-chic and classic English styles. While their furniture is super stylish and ranges from modern, contemporary designs to classic favorites. You can notice high quality craftsmanship as the pieces at Iqrup+Ritz are made by the best workshops around the world.

Rampur Romance_Iqrup+Ritz, www.stylecity.in

Alberts Study_Iqrup+Ritz, www.stylecity.in

Iqrup trained in London and lives in Delhi. She is the creative brain behind Iqrup + Ritz. She has been an interior designer and furniture maker for over 30 years and describes her style as ‘global collector meets classic contemporary’.Ritika was raised in Delhi and lives in London. Ritika (Ritz) is the strategic brain behind Iqrup + Ritz. She worked for many years in investment banking until she decided to give in to her inner decorista. She describes her style as ‘lived in chic with bursts of colour’.
So if you are looking for a change of style this year, do drop into the studio of this creative duo.

Studio Address: 392 Udyog Vihar, Phase IV, Guragon
Telephone: 0124-4237613
Email: ritika@iqrupandritz.com
http://www.iqrupandritz.com/
(By appointment only)

India Design 2013 Exhibit

Like I mentioned earlier, the final 3 days of Asian paints India Design were an exhibition held at NSIC grounds, New Delhi. The event focused on Home Decoration and Design and was open to trade, pre-registered guests and even visitors. On display during the ID exhibition were Interior Decoration brands, Trend Galleries, Installations etc. Well the exhibition display itself had a lot of styles, some were just too gaudy while some get to be picked as the Style Picks by StyleCity.Check out the Style Report for more on India Design.

Celestial Style- Devalaya by Klove

Celestial Style-Devalaya by Klove
Celestial Style-Devalaya by Klove

Truly a spiritual manifestation shown through glass, in their most ambitious project Klove had created a 4mtr x 3mtr installation showing the aerial view of a temple, all of the different glass pieces also become pendant lights. Awestruck!

Charming Style- Sarita Handa

Charming Style- Sarita Handa
Charming Style- Sarita Handa

Love her fabrics, love the easy living sense of space she creates which was also eminent in the stall with sowing machines,wooden furniture and general Country charm on display

Quirky Style- Designdeals.com

Quirky Style- Designdeals.com
Quirky Style- Designdeals.com

I loved the products! It was not the display as much as the products that attracted me. With Globe Chandeliers, Vintage clocks and candlestands, I definitely want to shop here next.

Trendy Style- The Charcoal Project by Suzanne Roshan

Trendy Style- Charcoal Project by Suzanne Roshan
Trendy Style- Charcoal Project by Suzanne Roshan

The Charcoal project is not for the weak-hearted or in this case safe players. It is about attitude and setting trends. In that sense the stall reflected the store’s personality completely.

Innovative Style- I LOVE I by Mozez Singh

Innovative Style- I LOVE I by Mozez Singh
Innovative Style- I LOVE I by Mozez Singh

An installation by Mozez Singh, which as opposed to the contemporary lifestyle of use and throwaway culture, is about finding beauty and meaning by repurposing everyday objects and products that have traversed its functional life-cycle.