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Brighten Up Homes With Aavenue 48

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Looking for unique and innovative lighting fixtures to up the style quotient of the home?  If one is bored of the same old designs prevalent in the market and is hungry for cutting-edge products, then offerings from ‘Aavenue 48’ will shine its way into the heart. Primarily into importing lights from other countries, the brand also manufactures timeless,  versatile designs that match modern aesthetics. The collections are a tribute to meticulous artistry and creative customised lighting in the world of interior design. From understated and recessed to over-the-top statement pieces—the brand houses wondrous new lighting solutions including Pendant Lamps, Table Lamps and Floor Lamps to Wall  Brackets, Bespoke lightings and chandeliers, and more— the brand pivots towards a  more nuanced segment of decor with inspired designs. Devoted to maintain and innovate the glass tradition with timeless masterpieces that are exclusive and enlightening, ‘Aavenue 48’ specialities include Borosilicate glass, Aluminium, Hand-blown glass, Steel and Brass techniques. Those in love with the charm and mesmerising beauty of chandeliers will find cascading chandeliers, true to vintage as well as au courant elegance, a great find. The brand combines traditional craft and cutting-edge technology to provide specialised installations for cafes, hotels and residences. ‘Aavenue 48’ goes beyond ordinary lighting concepts and offers a collection of aesthetic luminaires designed to illuminate contemporary interiors, allowing consumers to indulge their emotions and play with light. Founder/Proprietor, Neha Mody recognised a void in the lighting market, here in Kolkata and thus launched the store in 2015, aspiring to spread ‘light’ to the city. Nestled in the lanes of Kolkata, at Purna Das Road, the store is spread over an area of 2000 sq ft. With minimalistic and indigenous interiors, the store is a visual treat for the clients and aids them in envisioning the products distinctly.  

Report : Anustup Kundu

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