Monday, August 29, 2011

Visiting Nur

dar.nur, the brainchild of Kuwaiti entrepreneur Noor Al Zabin, has long been one of the pioneering “it” shops for shabby chic, retro, and unique home accessories in Kuwait. And ever since it  has moved from its old location to a bigger and better shop in Shuwaikh's Seven Zones Mall, I haven't had the chance to visit it until recently.  And I'm glad I did! I think they have expanded  their selection, because now they have everything for in and around the home.  The well-edited collection includes furniture, rugs, dishes, art, books, lighting, stationary . . . pretty much anything you could ask for to turn a bland house into a cozy and hip home. You can also find great gift ideas for those who have everything. Featured here are some of my favorite pieces available currently at the store.

To find out more about dar.nur, visit their website or facebook page. For additional inquires, please call (965) 22258699.

I can’t take my eyes off these incredible giant bean bags! L.O.V.E! They remind me of Me blogging's post. Price tag? KD 350 each.

I fell in love with this one off Turkish Ikat table and poufs, a dar.nur design. The poufs can be used seating or side tables.  Price tag? KD 495

If you're a big fan of Syrian artist Sabhan Adam, you will find a coffee table book featuring beautiful photos of his work. A great gift idea for someone who appreciates art.
Beautifully and brightly colored plexi tables with arabesque-like designs
Leather trays in green and hot fuchsia
The below and above beautiful paintings are by the talented Kuwaiti artist Ghada Al Kandari


Anonymous said...

I loved everything , bs too expensive !!

Lovera | Your Way to Radiant and Beautiful Skin said...

I love the Painting it's very creative.I wish i could visit that shop :)

magnet printing said...

Wow. I am so amazed with the wonderful designs. They all look lovely and awesome. The chair with colorful details is eye catching. But what really amazed me are the paintings. Cool concepts! Glad you have shared it.

dg said...

How big are the paintings? And if you could share prices that would be great :)

dar.nur said...

the art work is a collage of fabric and paper on canvas, 50cmX50cm and priced KD 200-250.. I hope this helps..

Confashion said...

Hmm.. I think it has a mix of reasonably priced items and expensive ones too...

It's a stunning piece, the photo really does not do it justice :)

Magnet Printing
The retro looking chairs are STUNNING! These would be the first items I'd purchase when I plan to do a home makeover :)

Dar.nur was kind enough to answer your question as shown here. Thanks! ;)

Thank you for your prompt feedback :)


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