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After graduation, I lived in a few other places: completed a degree in marketing from the UK, worked in London for a media giant, then moved to Mumbai for a stint with Unilever. It was important that I experienced the corporate pace and ways
Astha Khetan is the founding director of The House of Things, a curated marketplace for people seeking beautiful and rare finds. Astha has her roots in digital marketing but her true passion is handcrafts. It is her aim to create a space for new design talent and discerning customers, where clients can find a curated range of inspired items. The objects they showcase have been made using soul and remarkable workmanship, and include fine furniture, precious jewels, sculptures and antiquities. So we are proud to bring you the Designer Insights of Astha Khetan.
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Amid the clutter of shopping sites, Astha Khetan's The House Of Things stands apart as a curated marketplace for luxury decor goods. She tells Reema Behl how she got the space organized.
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After graduating in marketing, Astha Khetan started hr work-life at a London-based digital media agency, then returning to India and joined Unilever, managing the company's special prodects However, with her heart set on handicrafts and travel, the need to merge her professional background with it soon translated in her luxury curated venture.
Astha Khetan takes her Penchant for design and decor furteher with a curated gallery. The only way to do great work is to love what you do — and 30-year-old Astha Khetan wasted no time putting this into practice.
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After quiting a corporate job, Astha Khetan, the founder of TheHouseOfThings.com, made a major change to follow her passion for art and design. She tells Katha Nauiyal about her venture
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Astha Khetan, founder and creative head of home furnishing and art website TheHouseofThings.com, speaks about her background, passion and e-commerce as profitable profession.
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30-year-old Astha Khetan is the director of ‘The House of Things’ – a qualitatively curated gallery that acts as a space for interaction between design talents and discerning lifestyle customers. Based in Udaipur, she is focused on using her professional learning to realise her dream of curating artistic treasures.
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The House of Things - An online destination that brings together artistic finds from around the world, this e-store literally covers 'all things' including rare artefacts created by artisans and covetable object by global designer brands.
Astha Khetan - Founder and creative head, Thehouseofthings.com.
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The House of Things is an online curated marketplace for design objects, collectibles and home accessories from reputed brands
New Website Curates luxurious craft items and home furnishings
Looking to buy some seriously beautiful artefacts for your home? Sara Shah tells you why The House of Things is the perfect website to log on to.
The newly launched ecommerce site TheHouseofThings.comm functions as a curated marketplace with a focus on unique and rare design products ranging from furniture and paitings to exeptional curios, precious jewels, sculptures, antiques, rugs and accessories.
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Shop for a range of hand-picked home decor products from across the world at thehouseofthings.com, a new online retail store.
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"Now you can visit www.thehouseofthings.com to buy some rare products and art for your homes."
Now you can visit www.thehouseofthings.com to buy some rare products and art for your homes. Sourced from the world over, the site functions as a curated marketplace with a focus on unique and uniquely-designed products.
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The House of Things - a new online store by design experts Astha Khetan and Sabina Chopra, that curates furnishings, handcrafts and artworks from around the world.
"www.TheHouseofThings.com is a new ecommerce site for coveted home furnishings, craft items and artworks."
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"It’s two in the morning and the marketplace is abuzz with busy customers frantically browsing through the inventory. They feverously add home accents—mostly limited in numbers—before someone else grabs it."
"Conceptualised by design and digital expert Astha Khetan, The House of Things is a curated marketplace for those who nurse a discerning taste when it comes to home décor."
E-commerce site thehouseofthings.com by Astha Kethan focuses on unique and rare design products.
"A recently launched website, www.thehouseofthings.com, has on sale a range of home furnishings, craft items and artwork. Founded by design and digital expert Astha Khetan."