The hallmark of home decor India are intricate designs, eye-catching patterns, beautiful fabrics and rich accessories. Whether it is embroidered bedding, handmade quilts, tapestry wall hangings or countless other traditional elements.
Colorful accents, elaborate wooden details, fabrics and textiles full of vivid imagery are the core elements of the Indian style of decorating.
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For a bold effect use rich colors like red, green, gold or turquoise on the walls.
To keep it subtle, choose a warm neutral color on three walls of the room and the ceiling. Apply the bold color on the fourth wall.
To decorate your floors in the typical Indian style, drape a rug on them. Choose rugs having different colors and intricate patterns.
The design and color of the rug should complement the wall colors.
Talking of colors...
Warm and rich colors are key in Indian decor. Red, purple, magenta and wine tones show up on everything from furniture finishes to carpets.
Red color is used in various shades and tones in Indian decor. It is a very sensuous color. You may use this color in your bedroom. Have red colored pillows or a red bed sheet.
Paint your walls in vibrant shades of red, yellow or even purple. Or you can keep your walls neutral and add color as furnishings and accessories.
See home color schemes for more ideas on use of colors in home decor.
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Traditional Indian furniture has a rich history. It is usually made of teak, rosewood, ebony or mango wood.
Teak is very durable. Rosewood is used to create low-profile furniture like coffee tables.
For an ethnic Indian touch, have the furniture with fascinating details such as -
Intricately Carved Furniture
Some accent furniture pieces that add interest to the decor are -
Carved wooden folding screens provide privacy while allowing the breeze to flow through the room.
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Talking about furniture, one thing we cannot forget is soft furnishings and...
Use a lot of fabric with Indian prints as curtains, throw pillows, bedspreads, wall hangings and tapestries. These come in a variety of colors like indigo blue, saffron, purple and dark green.
Block Printed Indian Fabrics
For a vibrant, colorful look use shades of bright pinks, reds, yellows, oranges or turquoise. Combine them with elegant ivory color or wooden furniture.
For a minimalist and muted look use whites and shades of gold.
Use soft fabrics such as silks and chiffon in bright colors such as magenta, lime and turquoise. Combine these with gold and silver tassels.
Use decorations of beads and embroidery on pillows, curtains and other fabrics made of cotton or silk.
In home decor India another important element is...
Artifacts Add Life To The Decor
Swing Or Jhoola
They add richness, depth and character to the decor. Adorn your home with these by using -
See living room accessories for more ideas.
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