The Wishing Chair

What’s Interesting :- Tea pots and cups.

Market :-

Products :- Gifts and Handicrafts  Handicrafts and Home  Home Decor  

Days Closed :- Open all days

Timing :- 11am-8pm

Phone :- 91146572121

Address :- 86-A, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi-110049

Landmark :- Asiad Village/Siri Fort

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Siri Fort bus stop/Hauz Khas metro station, yellow line

Price Range :- Rs. 500 onwards

Payment Methods :- Cash and card

Home Decor & Dining Accessories

A home store, named after the famous Enid Blyton book, The Wishing Chair lives up to its name of being a fantasy store where you enjoy the simple pleasure of looking at the delightful items on display. On display are colourful dining and serving products and home décor items.

The store has a display of tea pots and tea cups, cake trays, candle stands, salad plates, jars et all. The colours are bright and the designs are pretty, bringing back images of fairy tales and Enid Blyton books. Besides, they also stock handbags, belts, stray pieces of furniture, wired cup stools, lights, handmade stationery, posters and candles.

Potter around and also have a cup of tea at ‘The MAD TEA POT ‘ the café which is inside the shop, while you decide what to buy.

A whimsical store for gifts and dreamy homeware.

The Wishing Chair
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