Top decor bloggers in the industry
A Rutgers University Certified Interior Designer, Jayasudha draws inspiration for her work from all around the world. A unique skill set fueled by her love for art, photography and travel, it drives her passion for decor and “It’s not my style, It’s yours; I only perfect it with my expertise” is the philosophy she lives by.
With her blog TARUSA, Rupali Gupta along with her colleagues, intends integrate Indian hand crafting techniques with luxury products. Describing her blog as ‘seamless blend of tradition and contemporary’, she strives to work with craftsmen from remote corners of the country to produce authentic and stylish material.
Haveli Culture, created by Shekhavati, deals in furniture and other indispensable decor items of superior quality, at incredible prices for an affordable price. Promising to make your offices and homes look elegant and royal, Home by Shekhavati caters to decor enthusiasts with their handcrafted designs.
Designer Rohina Khira wishes to inspire creativity, ethical trade whilst not compromising on aesthetic beauty, and with her blog AA Living, she offers an exceptionally well merchandized world of high quality bed and bath textiles and accessories. With an 18 year, old flagship store at Nepean Sea Road, AA Living retain an uncompromising passion for quality, brilliant design and lasting value.
Shalini Ganguli works with a variety of residential clients across the country to deliver designs reflective of their personality. With an experience of a decade in advertising, she is skilled at delivering designs based on her client’s requirements. Infusing a blend of international style with Indian sensibilities, Shalini believes in creating a home as unique as her clients are.
Created by designer Esha Gupta, Designer Pataki is a curated online magazine and store dedicated to sharing honest opinions, fresh decorating ideas about beautiful interior spaces and designs that are meant to inspire their subscribers to lead a more creative life. Striving to offer quality products at the best prices, Esha Gupta intends to be a part of their clients’ life through Designer Pataki.
Created by siblings Zainu and Saj, Indian Interiors envisions making exclusive creations and unique decorations accessible to their clients. Offering passionately handcrafted and beautifully embroidered luxurious fabrics from the equally beautiful city of Benares.
An Engineer by profession when she decided to take up a career in interior decoration, Preethi Prabhu got herself a diploma in Interior Decoration. After working with an IT firm for eight years, she started Indya Kaleidoscope, an online journal of her journey with design. Full of tons of DIYs for an Indian soul and virtual tours of homes that are not available in magazines.
A visual diary of ideas, thoughts and creativity, Tickled By Inspirations was created by Rachel Eapen, a photography enthusiast and a passionate blogger, who loves to click pictures of colors, fabrics, home decor, art, craft and food. She aims to inspire her followers through her pictures of beautiful interior decoration.
Supriti Chauhan describes herself as a passionate DIY-er and a serial hobbyist who is an armed forces wife which meant she was constantly moving with her spouse, redecorating every home she lived in. With all her experience of doing so over the years, she enjoys creating decorative articles and home styling, sharing her experiences with interior decor with like minded people on her blog, Hooked On Homes.
Created by Sanghamitra Bhattacharjee, Rainbow The Colors of India reflects her love for interior designing. An Economist by profession, Sanghamitra follows her heart in her leisure by connecting with like minded readers through her blog, which she describes as dramatically bold and refreshing with exuberant colors and an Indo -Asian palette on a Designer’s canvas.
Conceived in the year 2007 by Pavitra Mohan, Masala Chai showcases South Indian Visual Art and Design from around the world. Pavitra has completed a higher diploma in Arts Management from Lasalle College of Fine Arts Singapore, and has turned Masala Chai into a successful hub that showcases hip and desi designs from over 400 artists and designers.
Indian by Design was created to celebrate and share creativity in India by Kavita Rayirath who has had no formal design, architecture or training but what solely drives her is learning and sharing her experiences with her readers, and she loves to sew, draw, paper cutting and interior styling.
With degrees in Finance and Management and experience working as an investment banker, Rajat Singhi decided to join his established family business of designing and manufacturing stylized home linens, and decided to capitalize on the void of stylish decorative furnishings and decorations in India. He created Adress Home, a stylish, innovative, home decor, gifting and lifestyle destination.
Decor8 is home to decorating ideas, trends, beautiful objects and places, all shared by blogger Holly Becker who also happens to be a journalist, author and an interior stylist who is on course to releasing her fourth book soon. For Decor9, she works with her team to share her experiences and ideas with her readers, which she amasses through her frequent travel journeys.
Priti Singh, the creator of KwikDeko believes in modernizing Indian homes with modern and in trend ideas for decoration with decal stickers including bike stickers, car stickers, sticker clocks, wall papers, wall murals and custom stickers. She maintains a dedicated blog and social media presence for KwikDeko.
Owner and Designer at Anek Designs, Kanika Bahl designs home linen, pillows and textile accessories at her studio with the help of her 2father and husband. She has completed her graduation from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and enjoys working with rich colors and a variety handcrafted textiles from all over the world, incorporating them into her creations.
Vasudha Narasimhan has a keen eye for precision and is deeply passionate about creative things in life, and her designs are influenced by observation of human emotions and interactions. She has travelled extensively through Europe, and infuses her knowledge into classical and traditional designs which retain simplicity.
Blog owner Vidya enjoys mixing traditional style with her Indian roots, to paint homes with what she believes to be an empty canvas when not decorated. She is a financial analyst by profession but loves to create decorative items, she wishes to share and inspire others like her to create beautiful things.
Chuzai Living is curated by author and photographer Kaho, who is of Japanese descent but lives in Mumbai with her American husband since 2013, and considers her blog to be a sanctuary of her creative outlet. Kaho is well versed in interior design, photography, fashion, travelling and these are the topics she blogs about.
Nicks and Nacks’ blog owner Shaz, shares her interests which are art, decor, DIYs and paintings, sharing them with her readers. She is a doctor by profession and a creative interior decorator at heart, based in the United States.
Conceived by cofounders Ramesh Chincholi, Dhirendra Pratap and Manohar Negi, hence the Triangle in their name, they aim to be the trusted one stop resource for the entire gamut of home related decorating services required by Indian homeowners.
A National Award Winning Architectural and Interior Designing firm who are involved with projects all over the country. Founded in 2012 by Pratyoosh Chandan and Ankita Sweety, AnVThot is physically based in Delhi and work towards designing and develop an environment for stories to take birth and remain.
Aum Architects is a professional networking platform run by Manish Dikshit, for Interior Designer, Global Architects, Design Lovers to showcase their creative skills, design ideas and projects to global audience. With an aim to create robust and thriving ecosystem of and for the architecture, interior design where all entities can network, interact, prosper and grow.
Decor and Fashion Blogger, Swati Ailawadi pours her heart out on The Creative Bent, where she shares her thoughts, designs, opinions and her work with her readers. Based in New Delhi, she has graduated in Accessory Design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology.
Mochatini is the creation of interior stylist and decorator Manvi Drona, who takes pleasures in life’s little and big luxuries, believing in affordable glamour that she shares with her followers at Mochatini. Not only homes, Manvi also decorates parties and styles photo shoots, which is testimony to her stature as a talented stylist.
A lifestyle blog created by decor and design blogger Anu, who thinks of her home as a canvas where she brings her thoughts and designs to life. Anu is an avid photographer, blogger and freelance writer, who draws inspiration from her life in the United States’ Pacific Northwest region.
Since 2009, Frangi Pani Decor was created by blogger Chryselle who has dedicated her blog to eclectic and bohemian homes, elegant and traditional spaces, with a touch of Indian color. Chryselle is drawn to the spare and light interiors from France and Belgium, and she writes about DIY and handmade products made out of recycled goods.
Prachi Grover is a design and food blogger from India who loves colors, and aesthetic patterns and is a dedicated pottery enthusiast who also loves redoing her home. She launched Purpe Homes as a blog and then expanded towards prints by Purple Homes. Her blog is rated as one of the top design blogs from India.
Dress Your Home was founded with the philosophy of creating rooms that reflect people’s personalities and choosing the right accessories. Dress Your Home features home improvement tips, house tours, DIY projects, and showcase tons of products to dress homes that lead to happy living.
Aalayam is a Sanskrit word that signifies a place of residence, a confluence of ideas and inspiration. Aalayam creator Deepa Supriya believes in establishing creative revelations in the vibrant world of multicultural design, art and culinary diversity. Here, we celebrate the visual and cerebral appeal of world culture.
With a unique conversational tone employed in her writing, blogger Sherna Jayaraman loves to write about decorative articles and unique ideas
Blogger Sona Reddy’s creation, More Room Therapy is fueled by her passion for design, travel and food which she utilizes to express ideas about how to make small changes in the interior of homes to make a big difference. An Architect by profession, she is also a chef in her own kitchen along with her interior decorating capabilities.
All Things Nice is blogger Shalini Pereira’s hub where her all her interests such as design, travel and food come together to form a wonderful journal of lifestyle tips, ideas and stories. With colorful pictures and an unbound and tasteful vocabulary, Shalini chronicles her passions on All Things Nice
Curated by a mother, financial consultant, self taught painter, and most importantly a playful interior decorator and designer, The East Coast Desi is the property of Shruthi. The East Coast Desi is a creative and resourceful space where I artfully present my home decorating experiences and experiments with spotlight on Indian and Global décor influences.
As the name suggests, the blog is an altar of creativity, which interestingly is also in complete contrast to her educational background, that of Masters in Computer Science. Disha endeavors to provide information about exquisite works of art from around the world.
As the need for a space to share and archive her exclusive and extensive knowledge of interior decoration arose, Blogger Archana put her effort into establishing her very own space on the internet. She shares off beat travel stories locations and also little decor ideas from her own home.
Product designing and interior decorations are the primary focus of Rajee Sood, who also has her own label, wherein she showcases her products and collections of home decor. The need to create and discover exquisite and stylish pieces of art that decorate a home are the motivations that drive her to create innovative ideas and designs for her followers.
Patricia Torres has always been interested in the creative side of life, and loves colors that challenge her to see the beauty in everything she comes across, and she strives to enhance the beauty with her creations and organizational skills. Her blog, Colours Dekor is a journal about her home, and the colors and her zest that make it truly beautiful.
An attempt to document and appreciate the good things in life related to art, interiors and home decor, conceptualized by Sangitha Anand, an Engineer and a design enthusiast. She finds art and beauty in the randomness of the universe, from a fallen leaf to a pottery wheel, encompassing them all in Sajavat.
Compulsive blogger and Interior stylist Nivedita Das Narayan is also the owner of Lime Green Walls, where she shares her unique experiences of collecting all things pretty, quaint and artistic. She loves to be surrounded by art and has lived in and meticulously decorated nine of her current and previous homes.
A professional calligraphy artist, Tara Nair moonlights as a design and decor blogger, she started pursuing her interest in decor in 2009, she intends to extract inspiration from nature and people. She extends her designing abilities to custom designed wedding invitations and artworks for various clients owing to her calligraphy and artistic skills.
Sneha Koudki believes that decorating a home does not involve simply jazzing up decorated items, but can be something as simple as de-cluttering and a well-organized arrangement. With her blog, Very Rustic, she spreads knowledge of simple aesthetic values that not only decorate a home, but also contribute to a sense of mental well being.
Preethi and Somu are a creatively inclined couple who share their knowledge of woodworking on their blog Woodooz, and also DIY projects for arts, craft, paper mache and other decorative articles that contribute towards making a home beautiful.
Sharon Dsouza co-founder of The Key Bunch, is an admirer of simple, colorful designs and antiques, and loves teaming up old and new decorative items. Her blog is dedicated to decor, travel and lifestyle, and wishes to make small moments spectacular.
The founder, editor and stylist at Trumatter, Rukmini Roy Kadam, is an avid traveller, food photographer and decor enthusiast who claims her style is an extension of her mother’s. Trumatter is a tribute, a celebration and a journey peppered with decor ideas, DIYs and a wee bit of hope for better living.
Co-founded by two young entrepreneurs and friends, The Ashleys arrived on the scene in 2004 delivers international quality designs, with their refined sense of detailing and customization. Their design and decor style reflects their penchant for chic, cutting edge design that has earned them much deserved recognition and success.
Bringing back the old-school art of Indian needlework and infusing it into global styles of inspiration, Sarita Handa’s comprehensive line of furniture and decorative accessories such as furniture, beds, storage and designer fabrics for a beautiful home. Innovative design and uncompromising quality are the two things synonymous with Sarita Handa label.
Envisaged by sibling duo Suman Kanodia and Ashish Bajoria, Scarlet Splendour is not just a blog, but a design movement, wherein they take immense pleasure by bonding great design with luxury. Suman has two decades of experience as an Interior Designer and Ashish has a sharp business acumen, which they combined to form Scarlet Splendour.
Menaka Bharathi runs the wellness and lifestyle blog, Simple Indian Mom where she covers topics from health, parenting, to fitness and Interior Decor and tips that one can use to transform their home. Her detailed articles that share information from Vastu tips to de-cluttering steps, Simple Indian Mom is a great interior decor blog.
A venture of Jayanita Exports Pvt Ltd, is a domestic endeavour in the international market that deals in decorative curtains and curtain hardware collection not just online but also across 600 stores across the country.
An online store for everything associated with home decor, Olive Theory has a vast collection of lifestyle products. Bed Linens, Bath, Furniture, Dining and Kitchen articles are available on Olive Theory, Designer Sagar Datta believes that the most beautiful homes are the ones you have an affair with.
Priya Iyer through her delightful blog is sharing musings about décor and design through quaint visions and drama of tea cups aesthetically placed in each frame. Once upon a tea time is pictorially evocative of a soothing high tea party with kith and kin. Watch her Instagram space for her ‘4 pm Chai posts for a rush of stimulation.
Charu Guneja through her blog tutors the world the abc of interior design, right from the math to art. Talking about dolling up spaces to 3D wallpapers and further detailing the aspects of décor through her blog, Guneja through her blog is providing a one-stop destination for all your décor needs right from the scratch
Adity Chakravarti, a mother of two who has lived across the world brings to you bits and pieces of each culture and finds inspiration is big and tiny ideas. Taking a world tour of home decors, Chakravarti puts the designs in words and photos into her blog for us to absorb the best around the globe.
A blog that nestles classic designs overpowered by the charm of old South Indian homes is absolutely enchanting. The blogger’s posts of festive décor provide plenty of shelter to all your celebratory décor needs making. Seeking inspiration from the ancients, this blog is recommended for giving your home a bygone era appeal.
If flowers and gardening is your thing, then this blog by Nayana Donga is for you. Maintaining a thorough balance of modern and vintage, this blog offers diverse styles and also has a really amazing DIY section
Projecting a feel of a glossy magazine, Housedelic is a book that enthuse the viewer. A community where people share in their home décors, this blog under one roof will satisfy all genres.
Armed with a motto to reward a desired perfection to every corner of the home, Pinky established her blog, Pinkz Passion to share theories of her home with others. Her collection articulates the uniqueness of décor and a vessel of memories which fosters the spirit of art and creativity.
A disciplined blog that gratifies all your decor needs from aesthetically beautifying your home to setting up a dapper thematic workplace, Dzignchakra is a glorified mix of pictures and words revolving around home décor.
From lustrous lights to spacious storage and elegant bedrooms to prints and hues all sheltered beneath one roof. The Future Homes has segregated ideas for every space for every mind.
As the name suggests, Freshomes has dedicatedly worked towards building a home out of your house with you. Your space defines you, your home reflects you and exactly why this platform smears an array of thoughts for you to pick from.
Petite or giant, spacious or cozy, Apartment Therapy is a bubble that dissects every need for your apartment. The blog not only takes you through varies designs but is a décor catalogue that caters to your shopping and cleaning needs that revolve around maintaining an apartment.
The owner of www.minmit.com, Sravanthi loves to share everything that inspires her from the fields of Interior Decoration, Architecture, Clothing, Jewellery and she provides a wide range of articles and images on her website. She hopes to inspire people the same way her passions inspire her.
Active since 2007, ArtnLight is the brainchild of Vineeta who connected with likeminded artists from India and abroad. It was born out of her love for art, travel and she took baby steps in the field of interior decoration, and has transformed ArtnLight into an online store that caters to customers across the world.