Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, known for creating swoon worthy bridal creations and other ethereal designs, is bringing his avant-garde style to Pottery Barn.

Yes, you heard it right. The celebrated designer has partnered with the furnishings and décor giant to churn out a collection of global, vintage-inspired décor that is hard to miss.

Often credited with bringing the old world charm into modern silhouettes using indigenous techniques such as block printing and embroidery on the choicest of fabrics, Mukherjee’s first foray into this genre in nothing less than spectacular.

From hand-woven textiles, such as bedding and throw pillows, the 50-piece intricate collection features other furnishings and décor items such as tabletops, jewelry pouches, brocade tufted rugs, cut glass decorative bottles, holiday knick-knacks, and other handcrafted artifacts in myriad colors, prints and textures, highlighting the rich Indian art traditions.

The regal shapes and textures, too, give the feel of an heirloom. Jewelry boxes, and salad plates featuring unique colorful floral designs and animal artwork, showing the fanciful artistry of the designer, are a standout in any room. The platters and salad plates are microwave and dishwasher-safe.

With prices ranging from $10.50 to $1,100, the capsule collection, which is available online at, will be available in stores beginning Nov. 1.

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