Sep 08, 2015
A city that boasts of a classic past ornate with vintage room decor offerings & home accessories. If you have a tight budget street shopping is the way to go for fashion-forward Mumbai girls, but what about home decor? Often shopping for tapestry and furniture means burning a big hole in your pocket, but not anymore! To help you become a street-smart Mumbaikar and save a few bucks along the way, we’ve curated a list of street shopping places in Mumbai where you can buy affordable things for your home.
1. Chor Bazaar: An eye for detail and intricacy will get you through the narrow bylanes of the Chor Bazaar. Every determined shopper only enters this flea market royalty armed with the advanced bargaining skills.
Go Here For: Antique clocks, old gramophones, bronze statues and second-hand furniture
2. Colaba Causeway: If you are looking for a vintage lamp or a small piece of art for your desk then Colaba Causeway is the place to go! The small stalls on the main road as well as quaint gullies hide some gorgeous home treasures. However, you are unlikely to find furniture or upholstery items here.
Go Here For: Vintage lamp, a small piece of art, furniture and upholstery
3. Crawford Market: You can find many types of home accessories in and around. From quirky China imports to everyday household items, you’ll get almost everything here. We recommend you check out their range of kitchen essentials, which are practical, compact and look good.
Go Here For: Home accessories, household products and kitchen essentials
What are you waiting for?! Get moving now!! Don’t forget to carry your bargaining skills with you ;) If you’ve been to other places where you’ve come across home decor products that are beautiful yet affordable, share them with us in the comments below!!
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