Do you wish to expand your artistic horizons? Are you passionate about prints, textures, patterns and colours? Looking for some wonderful design ideas? If you love all things artistic or if you wish to decorate your dream home with some cool and trendy home décor, check out these talented home décor bloggers in India and get inspired!
Esha Gupta – Design Pataki
Esha Gupta is an interior designer by profession and is based out of Bombay. Her blog Design Pataki is more like an online magazine specially curated to provide information on trendy interior design spaces and home décor. Esha Gupta has created her blog as a discussion forum where people who have an inclination towards art and décor can share their knowledge and expertise with the other readers of the blog. Through Design Pataki, Esha aims to provide a fresh design perspective to her audience.
Sharon D’ Souza – The Keybunch
Sharon D’Souza’s The Keybunch is well known for eco-friendly and sustainable home décor ideas. What is so unique about The Keybunch is that the content of the blog is highly innovative and creative. Her fun section on DIY home décor ideas is so interesting that you tend to fall in love with her beautiful designs almost instantaneously. Another striking highlight of her blog is the ‘Décor Products that got my Eye This week’ where you can explore the newest home décor products in the market.
Bhavna Bhatnagar – An Indian Summer
If you want to get your daily dose of design inspiration, check out the stunning blog ‘An Indian Summer’ curated by Bhavna Bhatnagar. The most striking aspect of this blog is its attractive visuals. Bhavna’s vibrant aesthetic sense is evident from the layout and design of the blog. Apart from reminiscing warm summer days, Bhavna also enlightens her audience with some lovely home décor ideas from across the world.
Rukmini Roy – Trumatter
If you are looking for tips on beach house living, head out to Trumatter to give a soothing vibe to your home. Trumatter indeed has an attractive layout and design with an exquisite range of home décor photographs. You will enter into a world of fantasy with some breezy pictures of rustic furniture, distressed cool blue pillows and cushions with bright coloured curtains. Trumatter is also well known for DIY home décor ideas for converting your apartment into a countryside farmhouse.
Sudha Seenivasan – aegam
Sudha Seenivasan, a certified Interior Designer from Rutgers University, delights her readers with her unique and unconventional design techniques. Be it traditional, chic, modern or contemporary, aegam has exclusive design trends that will suit your taste and personality. Sudha’s creativity in home décor designs can be attributed to her vast expertise in the field of art, sketching, travelling and photography. The most striking aspect of aegam is that you can explore a plethora of design trends from across the world that can cater to all your functional and aesthetic needs. Sudha is based out of Chennai and owns an interior design company with the same name.
Rohira Khira – AA Living
Rohira Khira is one of the most successful home décor bloggers in India. In her blog AA Living, she offers a wide array of design trends that are classic as well as modern at the same time. Based out of Mumbai, Rohira Khira is the owner and head designer of her design firm with the same name AA Living. Through her blog, Rohini enlightens her readers with simple tips on how to fuse creativity and quality to enhance the aesthetics of any kind of home décor. She won the Instagrammer of the Year in 2016 for her handle @aa.living as part of the Asian Paints Indian Décor Influencer Awards.
Preethi Prabhu – preethiptabhu.com
After working as an IT professional for eight years, Preethi ventured on to become an entrepreneur with her own firm IndyaKaleidoscope. In her blog, preethiprabhu.com, Preethi takes her readers through a journey of exquisite design trends from across the world. Apart from home décor tips, Preethi’s blog is a good place to explore if you are looking for innovative party décor ideas. She also gives simple tips to make some lovely accessories for your homes such as DIY antique picture frame and cage pendant lamp.
Pavithra Mohan – Masala Chai life
Through her blog Masala Chai life, Pavithra aims to showcase the rich heritage and history of South Indian architecture. She started Masala Chai Life after completing a diploma in arts management from Lasalle College of Fine Arts in Singapore. Through her blog, she takes her readers through an artistic exploration of desi architectural designs from over 400 renowned designers across the world.