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Top home decor influencers you need to follow to spruce up your home

Since the current COVID situation has us confined to our home’s walls, more and more people are flocking towards sprucing up their place by upping their home decor. We search for inspiration online – Pinterest has especially cashed in on this audience with their mood boards. But if you are looking for something specific and fresh ideas every day, here are some home decor influencers you can follow for inspiration.

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.

A post shared by DESIGN PATAKI (@designpataki) on Feb 19, 2020 at 8:38pm PST

Serendipity Delhi

This is an Instagram account of a boutique home décor store in Delhi. For those looking for design inspirations that are traditional, follow them. It is a mix of products designed using Indian, Moroccan, and even Mexican traditional décor styles.

A post shared by Serendipity Delhi (@serendipitydelhi) on May 8, 2020 at 8:44pm PDT


The beautifully curated Instagram account has a bunch of posts that can provide great inspiration for your decor board. The designs focus on being achievable, cozy, and the content variety shuffles for all types of decor.

A post shared by Home Canvas (@homecanvas) on Apr 26, 2020 at 11:59pm PDT

Shruti Singh – East coast Delhi

Shruti Singh’s The East Coast Desi combines Indian-inspired decor with a touch of global influences. Apart from decor ideas Shruti also features stores and decor shops across the globe. Traditional family recipes and her experiences with decor designers have given her a global audience.

I first came across Thenmozhi’s insta page @inspireddecorart when she had tagged me in a post where she had so honestly written about being inspired by TECD to create vignettes in her beautiful home. In a time where ideas, images and hardwork of others is very conveniently plagiarized, I found it refreshing that she had taken the trouble to mention the source of her inspiration. That made me conclude what a beautiful and honest soul she is and her home is a reflection of that. This vibrant corner from her home is a collage of her various DIY projects that she’s created over time seeking inspiration from various creative accounts here on insta – Some of them being @desi_diy_divyakandala , @architect_dipa_desai, @trovecraftindia. The detailed doorframe, circular wall decor and the marapachi doll frame are all what Thenmozhi has brought to life with her brush strokes. I’m loving the eclectic mix of things that make this space so unique and eye catching. (📸:Thenmozhi for @inspireddecorart ) #theeastcoastdesi #homedecor #interiordesign #interiorstyling #colorinspiration #beautifulcorners #designinspiration #indiandecor #diyhomedecor #indiandecorideas #eclecticdecor #brassartifacts #brass #globaldecor

A post shared by Sruthi Singh (@theeastcoastdesi) on May 4, 2020 at 7:28am PDT

Rukmini Ray kadam

Rukmini’s Trumatter Instagram account is a perfect example of how minimalistic decor can elevate a place. All the minimalists out there, this decor influencer is the perfect one for you to follow.

A post shared by Rukmini Ray Kadam (@trumatter) on Apr 12, 2020 at 6:34am PDT

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.

When I am feeling blue All I have to do Is take a look at mew Then I am not so blue People close to me Keep sending me kitty pic Of furballs smol and beeg In my DMs Wouldn't you agree Floof face you and me Got a groovy kind of love #NothingLikeCats #AndFriendsLikeThese #SoMuchLove #SendMeAKittyPic 1. Maia, the elusive queen of Saligao 2. Mushi, the talkathon brat 3. My youngest mountain baby, Bumchu aka Tigger 😘 4. Keto, the Bangalore ok-dis-my-home-now-who-u gatecrasher 5. My encounter with he's-just-not-that-into-you ginger boy in Kerala 6. Where the wild things are – Delhi (pun so intended) #AndManyMore #CatWhisperer #AdoptDontShop #CatLover #KittenLovers #AdoptAKitten #AdoptACat #Furball #CatsOfTheWorld #CatsAreSuchDicks #CatLife #ILoveCats #ILoveDogs #LifeWithKittens #CatPeople #Feline #KittensOfInstagram #CatsOfInstagram #CatsAreBae #Kittens_Of_Instagram #LifeWithCats #CrazyCatLady #Cats_Of_Instagram #AnimalLovers #PhilCollins #GroovyKindOfLove Update: Thank you, thank you! So many kitteh pics from everywhere! You guys! ❤️

A post shared by An Indian Summer™ (@anindiansummer) on Jan 26, 2020 at 7:12am PST

Dipa Desai

How to add quirk and color to your otherwise traditional décor is what you can learn from this account of Indian architect Dipa Desai. It has some of her works that show how space has been given a traditional look with a modern functional twist. She experiments quirk with traditional ethnic accessories.

A post shared by D’Sign_D’Tale (@architect_dipa_desai) on Dec 30, 2019 at 7:00pm PST

The Key Bunch

Sharon D’sSouza and Rekha Sridhar show their extreme passion for decor and style and try to inspire their readers to personalize their own space. Over time The Key Bunch has evolved from solely decor to food, travel and lifestyle.

A post shared by Sharon DSouza| 👩‍🎨DecorBlogger (@thekeybunchdecor) on May 4, 2020 at 4:49am PDT

Instagram has numerous influencers to follow – right from fitness to food, and even photography, fashion, beauty and fitness influencers.

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