Jan 06, 2022
With a career spanning more than three-decades, Vinita Chaitanya has become a name to be reckoned with. Her Instagram feed is filled with work she has done for her clients, which give us major décor goals.
Instagram/ Vinita Chaitanya
Home décor maven, Rohina is also the CEO of Mumbai-based home furnishing brand, AA Living. Learn simple DIY décor hacks and home improvement tricks on her Instagram.
Instagram/ Rohina Anand Khira
Rukmini goes by the moniker Trumatter and her Instagram feed is a soothing collection of vintage and farmhouse decor inspirations that she manifests in her Mumbai apartment.
Bhavna’s décor blog, An Indian Summer, is one of the first to make it big in India. Get inspired by the classy rusticity of her mountain-inspired Instagram feed.
Instagram/ An Indian Summer
Preethi gave her up engineering career for the creative pursuit of home décor. Her blog and Instagram page are full of DIYs and amazing finds in the alleys of Bengaluru.
Instagram/ Preethi Prabhu
Keeping things simple and relatable is why we are attracted to Sharon’s Instagram page—The Keybunch Decor. Simple addition and subtraction are what add freshness to her home.
Instagram/ The Keybunch Decor
If you want to take pride in Indian handlooms and handicrafts, Reshma Kadvath’s Instagram page is the place to be. From Ajrakh block print to Indian pottery, she uses it all in her home with great panache.
Instagram/ Reshma Kadvath
Delhi-based Anjari, who goes by That Yellow Trunk on Instagram, is your resource for millennial-friendly DIY and upcycling projects for home.
Instagram/ That Yellow Trunk by Anjari
It’s not easy to manage cluttercore in an urban apartment, but Tanvi Agarwal of Wanderer In Vogue does it so well! Maximalism doesn’t have to be daunting anymore.
Instagram/ Wanderer In Vogue
Learn how to live a green and zen life with Meenakshi’s Instagram page, Behind That House. She draws inspiration from nature to make her Mumbai apartment warm and inviting.
Instagram/ Behind That House