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What Inspires Your Designs?

Travel. Every Place Teaches Me Something New.

A Common Element That Ties All Your Products Together?

Warmth. I Don’T Like Fully-Finished, Clean Products. I Don’T Think They Make A Home. Flaws, In Wood, Mirror Or Fabric, Make Them Real.

What Are Your Personal Favourites From Your Collection?

I Love Our Furniture, Especially The Bone Inlay Pieces. I Also Love Our Mirrors.

After Working In The Field Of Architecture, What Made You Set Up Room Therapy In 2014?

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I Moved To Hyderabad Right After Working In La For Three Years. I Was Used To A Specific Style Of Work And I Felt Hyderabad Was Not Ready For It Then. Consequently, I Decided To Take Up My Retirement Plan, Which Was To Open A Home Decor Store. Not Only Did I Set Up Room Therapy Soon After, But Also Delved Into Architecture Again.

How Would You Describe Your Design Style?

I Am Insanely In Love With The Past.

I Love Everything About It, From The Colours To The Style. I Am A Modern Design Lover Who Is Still Hanging On To The Past. So, I Am A Blend Of The Old And New.

What Are Indian Consumers Looking For In Home Decor? Are They Warming Up To The Idea Of Purchasing Products Online?

Yes. Everybody Loves Spending Time At Home And Not Having To Deal With

Siddharth Sirohi And Srila Chatterjee, Co-Founders, Baro

Baro Is A Space For People To Discover Art Within Furniture. It Started Out In 2014 As Highlight Living, A Modern Design Experiment By Siddharth Sirohi And Srila Chatterjee. Now Identified As Baro, This Mumbai-Based Retail Brand Is A Contemporary Union Of Aesthetics, Ethics And Ergonomics, And Of Course, Form And Function. It Is Known For Its Sustainable Use Of Reclaimed And Old Teakwood In Handmade Furniture, And For Its Mid-Century Modern Take On Design. Traditional Manufacturing Methods Are Used To Create Baro’S Original Designs, Which Are Enhanced With Natural Oils. Baro Also Stocks One-Of-A-Kind Vintage Furniture That Is Locally And Painstakingly Restored.

A Short Chat When Baro Began In 2014, What Was Your Motivation Behind Experimenting With Furniture?

Srila Chatterjee (Sc): While Working On A Read Project Together, We Discovered A Common Interest And Love For Art And Design. Siddharth Had Been Designing Furniture On His Own, But Not For Commercial Use. I Have Been Styling Interiors For Friends For Many Years Now. Conversations About The Dearth Of Accessible, Well-Designed Furniture Options Led To This Experiment.

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