Opening to new horizons at Elvy
The new store is everything that spells luxury at its best and the displayed collections are breathtaking as ever.BY Gargi Bhardwaj | Mar 11, 2016 | comments ( 0 ) |
The recently launched store of luxury home and lifestyle brand, Elvy at Banjara hills is a toast to an ultimate luxury feel. Elvy, since its inception has been a brand which boasts of premium quality pieces and a truly distinct feel.
The store at Banjara hills places the brand a milestone ahead with its beautiful plush interiors. The store offers a wide range of exquisite collections, sourced from different corners of the world and displayed to perfection.
The new store is everything that spells luxury at its best and the displayed collections are breathtaking as ever.
Right from beautiful décor pieces to categories which include Serving, Kitchen, Bar, Office, Games, Bath, Outdoor, Travel, Teens and juniors, the store is replete with quirky as well as sophisticated pieces which cater to varied tastes.
The store promises its clientele some truly contemporary options to adorn their home with, and consists of some very pretty lamps, handsome accessories and artful servings. Exclusive in their appearance and high on versatility, Elvy has always had something for everyone, and the new store is just another step ahead in making the idea even more successful.
In words of Vandana Khosla, Creative Director, Elvy, “With the new store, we want to cater to the diverse tastes of our customers and offer them an international way of living. The store’s look and feel is what sets it apart and we are very excited about the response it will generate among the customers.”
Elvy Lifestyle, with its new store launch aims to maintain the niche statement that it has achieved in the past few years with its hand-picked collections. Each item speaks for itself, and strives to match the standard that Elvy has set.
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