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Top Five Home Decor Bloggers In India

| Published on March 19, 2020

Home is the most comfortable space in the world. No matter wherever we go, whatever we do, when we come back to our home that relaxing feel has no parallel. That’s why when you grow up and buy a new house or decide to renovate your old one, the final step is always of interior designing.

Well, some people are naturally talented in deciding what works and what don’t, but there are many also who just need some assistance in visualising how things will look.

And that is what home decor bloggers do. They give wings to your imagination in a comprehensive way and also help those who want expert guidance.

So, today we are looking at the top seven home decor bloggers in India who are helping people in transforming homes with their creativity and sense of design.

Sharon DSouza: The Keybunch


Sharon DSouza is the founder of The Keybunch and has been blogging for the last 10 years. She is also the founder of Decor Drama, a 10k plus strong community of decor enthusiasts on Facebook.

Esha Gupta: Design Pataki


Esha Gupta is an Interior Designer who currently lives in Bombay, India. She launched Design Pataki after a five-year stint in the Interior & Architecture Industry as Managing Director of Artisan Furnishings, India. Esha has studied Interior Design extensively at Parsons The New School for Design, New York and Rachana Sansad School of Design, Mumbai.

Rukmini Roy: Trumatter

Rukmini Roy is the founder, editor and stylist of Trumatter. Her blogging platform is well known for free DIY home décor ideas for converting apartment into a countryside farmhouse.

Bhavna Bhatnagar: An Indian Summer


If you are carving for some vibrant home decor ideas, then An Indian Summer is the place where you find all. Bhavna Bhatnagar is the curator of the blog An Indian Summer.

Pavithra Mohan: Masala Chai

Well, by the name of her blog you might have got some idea that she must be creative. Pavithra started a blog called MASALA CHAI after returning to India following completion of a diploma in arts management from Lasalle College of Fine Arts in Singapore. Her designs showcase the rich heritage and history of South Indian architecture.

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