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Planning to give your living space a makeover? These are the best Indian decor websites you need to checkout.

Yes, there is a certain charm in hunting down curios in nondescript stores nestled in quaint by-lanes. But doing it from the comfort of your bed, in PJs with a side of ice cream, is another sort of joy altogether. Considering that the millennial homeowner orders everything from cloud paint to Sunday cheat meals online, that corner accent table shouldn’t have to be any different. Luckily, a cluster of homegrown online stores and independent brands are making sure that house-proud décor enthusiasts don’t need to do the heavy lifting on their own. Credit cards at the ready, s’il vous plaît.

Décor Remedy

The Decor Remedy. Image: Courtesy Instagram
The Decor Remedy. Image: Courtesy Instagram

From marble nesting tables and statement planters to Victorian candle stands; you will encounter a luxe curation to aptly match your keen sensibility and sophisticated taste.

Good Earth

The Good Earth. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

There’s no such thing as too much Good Earth in any home. The widely-loved sustainable luxury brand is always on every connoisseur’s radar. And you can feed this addiction with the click of a button. A hero among our edit of the best Indian decor websites.

Gulmohar Lane

Gulmohar Lane. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

No, you don’t need to limit your shopping cart to just décor knick-knacks. A wingback armchair for the den? Or a chesterfield bed from your newly renovated bedroom? Find them all on this aesthetically curated site where you can also customise sofas to a T.

Indus People

Indus People. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

Indian inspirations needn’t always be rainbow-bright or OTT. This brand borrows from the subcontinent’s colours and textures while giving it an incredibly sleek and minimal overhaul.

The Label Life

The Label Life. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

This range of décor must-haves, especially entertaining essentials, curated by Sussanne Khan is all things stylish and cool. Cue: ’Gram-worthy dinner tables where the tableware trumps the food.

Modern Quest

Modern Quest. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

This multi-brand collective has just the conversation starters contemporary homes are begging for — vases from Lohasmith, candles from Skandinavisk and Max Benjamin, glassware from LSA International, and tableware from Lekoch.

Nicobar

Nicobar. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

Truth be told, everything on this e-shop has ‘add to cart’ appeal. Their fresh designs evoke the longing for that holiday home ringing with tales of lazy summer days and happy memories. Pro tip: Look no further for gifts that will earn you serious brownie points.

Objectry

Studio Objectry. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Image: Courtesy Instagram

Blurred lines, no thanks? Lucky for you, Objectry is obsessive compulsive about geometry. Expect to find faceted clocks, eclectic planters, and ball-shaped lamps in a sea of symmetry and wood work.

Suite N°8

Suite N°8. Image: Courtesy Instagram
Suite N°8. Image: Courtesy Instagram

Pick your mood of the day — anything from Alice in Wonderland to Mughal begum goes — and then head over to this décor destination to find pieces to match your vibe of the day. From décor accent to dining essentials, this one-stop is perfect for the woman with many moods.

PRAACHI RANIWALA
Raniwala is a freelance fashion, luxury and travel journalist, and a brand consultant. She has a degree in fashion and lifestyle journalism from London College of Fashion, and previously worked as a features writer at L’Officiel India. You can now find her words in Vogue and Condé Nast Traveller among other publications. The writer is based in Mumbai, but her heart belongs to London.