We had a look at top Interior Designers in the Global arena. Now it’s time to go Desi. Our Indian designers are way more creative. Because of the Indian design complications. These designers have paved a way for themselves, designing on the toughest terrains. Follow them for a dose of Desi Interior Design inspiration.
Not in any particular order
The Veteran has literally raised the standards. She is an interior designer, architectural restorer, furniture manufacturer. She is also an Padma Shri awardee; which is not an easy feat for any interior designer in India. She has also restored and decorated Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House and Prime Minister’s office.
Another veteran, who has a 30 year design experience. He is know for his spatial designs.
The couple duo is from Hyderabad and is the most popular interior designer pair. They have designed for homes, restaurants, bars, offices and what not. They have an unique coloring scheme.
She technically is not an interior designer, but that didn’t stop her from what she is now. She is one among the top interior designers in Bangalore.
He’s a Mumbaikar. Designing interiors mostly for industries. Still has an unique styling quotient.
Space design for a retail format. Kaya Skin Care, a chain of popular dermatology and beauty consultants, developed a retail format called ‘Kaya Skin Bar.’ The idea of clean and flawless skin is represented in the minimal and airy aesthetic that ’s created from this design. . . #ASDS #ASDSwow #DesignStudio #Design #DesignLife #InteriorDesign #SpaceDesign #Kaya #SkinCare #Dermatology #ShopDesign #Retail #Minimal #Contemporary
She is a nomad designer, specializes in interior design and home decoration. She has worked in India, Hong kong and Dubai. Now she’s has a studio in U.S and is working on interiors.
She another veteran in the business and a leading interior designer. She has been designing for over the two decades. She’s a lover of Indian arts and crafts; and promotes them as well.
Colour Blue in Interiors: From the palest to the richest of midnight blue, the colour blue has a Calming effect. It’s the colour of healing. Blue candles and accessories can have almost a sedative effect. Fun with Interiors, fun with colours! www.lipika.com #lipikasuddesigns #ProudToBeIndianbyLipikaSud
She’s a storyteller, she weaves her story through designs. She also designs furniture, home decor accessories.