Transform Your Home With Indian Decor

Posted by garymercers 21/12/2018 0 Comment(s)
ndian decor is a unique blend of vibrancy, colour, and creativity. It brings an element of uniqueness to your home and is a style that many aspire to create. While decorating your home, the fusion of Indian elements through accessories and special furniture pieces is a great choice.

The classic Indian aesthetics look attractive and if you want to bring a dash of India to transform your home, then we've got a list of inspiration for you.
You can easily bring in Indian elements when it comes to fabrics and colours. Textile in India is available in plenty of beautiful designs and colours. Opt for Indian embroidery and prints on upholstery. Paisleys or warli are are commonly used patterns of Indian designs. You can choose tassar silk for upholstery or textiles such as Khadi.

Indian decor is a unique blend of vibrancy, colour, and creativity. It brings an element of uniqueness to your home and is a style that many aspire to create. While decorating your home, the fusion of Indian elements through accessories and special furniture pieces is a great choice.

The classic Indian aesthetics look attractive and if you want to bring a dash of India to transform your home, then we've got a list of inspiration for you.

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1. Upholstery

You can easily bring in Indian elements when it comes to fabrics and colours. Textile in India is available in plenty of beautiful designs and colours. Opt for Indian embroidery and prints on upholstery. Paisleys or warli are are commonly used patterns of Indian designs. You can choose tassar silk for upholstery or textiles such as Khadi.

2. Bookcases

Adding pieces of Indian furniture to a room is an easy way to transform your home. One of our favourite and practical options is the addition of an Indian bookcase. Not only are bookcases extremely practical (if you don't already have one), but they look amazing and can become the centerpiece or focal point of a room. They don’t just need to be used to store books either, and can look great when used to display ornaments, accessories or house plants.

3. Wall art

Your wall can say a lot about your style and personality and art is a great way to change the look or feel of a room. Adding an Indian artwork to a modernist-styled room brings more contexts and colours, and is a great way to add interest. What’s more, you can easily change the art you have on display whenever you want to refresh the look.

4. Dining Tables & Chairs

Another way to transform your home with Indian furniture is the use of dining tables and chairs which are infused with Indian design. Again, this is a wonderful focal piece to a dining room, and you can accessorise them with Indian styled textiles and patterns for throws and cushions etc. This is a great way to keep things updated by changing colours or patterns throughout the year and will help to bring an authentic, exotic feel to dinner parties.

5. Cushions & Accessories

With unique and luxury textiles at the forefront of Indian decor, it is easy to add classic rugs that can bespread in modern spaces to add pops of colour. Combine with cushions in bright colours to add that warm touch. Accessorise your home with Indian decor items too. Traditional antiques look great and make a great talking point. Hand-painted vases, earthen pots, idols of deities, brass and silverware, and ornate mirrors are just some of the accessories you can use to add to the Indian influence in your home.

One of the great ways to add Indian elements to a room is the use of Indian inspired lighting. You can use your lighting to create focal points on certain areas of the room, or certain furniture pieces. You can also use it to bring other colours into the design, such as hues of orange, red and yellow.

6. Wooden Furniture

Wooden furniture is a large part of traditional Indian decor, and really helps to bring that authentic vibe to any living space. As well as bookcases and dining furniture mentioned above, pieces such as coffee tables, sideboards and even beds are a great way to get the look. Crafted in woods such as Seesham and Mango, the beautiful and unique graining packs real depth and character.

Single items of Indian furniture looks fantastic used as a statement piece in a modern setting, and really stand out against a clean and crisp backdrop. Or for the complete look, a range of matching pieces around the home allow the feeling to flow from room to room, and look equally beautiful whether paired with calm and neutral palettes or colourful decor that pops with energy.

Authentic Indian Furniture From Mercers

If you're interested in Indian furniture to help transform your home, then look at the range we have on our website. We have a wide range of beautiful and authentic pieces hand-crafted from Seesham hardwood and mango, using traditional construction techniques.