Today we’re going to give you a taste of India. Indian interior design themes are gaining popularity. This could be put down to the fact that jewelled tones, including Pantone colour of 2013 emerald, are also becoming increasingly popular. From beautiful ruby reds, gorgeous sapphire blues, to emerald green and other precious and semi-precious stones which can be used to turn our homes into chic and trendy places.
It stands to reason that Indian interior design blogs are also plentiful; I’ve chosen some, but the list is not exhaustive, for you to look at and hopefully give you the inspiration you need to add beautiful jewelled tones in your home.
An Indian Summer
This gorgeous blog was also chosen as one of our Top 25 blogs. The images are pure eye-candy, evoking warm sunny days and of course Indian summers. WHEN THE BUG BITES provides an interesting look at renovated home in Brazil. Beautiful images of natural materials, wood-weave blinds and stunning colours. This home may not be a penthouse suite but its natural charm is somewhat alluring.
The Retyrement Plan by Anu Tandon Vieira is must read post if you like creativity, up-cycling and recycling. The post explains and shows images of up-cycled tyres which have been transformed into beautiful pieces for furniture. Each is unique and you can even have them custom made if what a particular style or size of tyre.
This blog isn’t solely about interior design or home décor, but it’s this section I’ve focused on and was delighted to see that the blog is packed full of how tos for beginners. Great images and step by step process which anyone can follow.
ONCE UPON A TEA TIME
If you love fabrics, patterns and colour then this blog is a must follow. Super imagery of beautiful fabrics, soft furnishings, accessories and interior design projects. I love this love seat – what a great way to up-cycle a sofa.
Packed full of really interesting posts this blog provides an equal balance of text and images. Inspirational ideas for adding pops of colour to white interiors highlights the need for at least some colour in our homes.