IDIA Decor Blogger of the year, Asian Paints Decor Influencer of the year, Blogger, Editor & Stylist @ trumatter
Rukmini blogs at trumatter.in and lives her beach house dreams inside her Mumbai city apartment, one DIY project at a time. It all started out as a journal to record her everyday life in Mumbai and little décor projects that reminded her of her home back in the hills, and soon went on to be recognised as the best blog in India for design category. Her style is predominantly ocean --inspired and shabby --chic with a jumble of vintage. Believes in ‘good living doesn’t cost much’ and uses her home as a canvas to share her DIY home décor solutions and tips.
Nothing fills me with as much joy as coming across a fabulous lampshade or a fantastic piece of furniture from a source that not many know of. From beautiful chopping boards to ergonomic furniture tailored for small spaces; from cutesy cutlery to heart melting fabric -- I am a sucker for finds and this year has been exceptionally good for me, thanks to a few brilliant Indian brands…
Here are three broad colour trends that will more or else define 2016 and ahead. If you are painting your home or giving it an uplift with new upholstery, you might want to take a look at what designers from around the world are banking on.
Aesthetically speaking 2016 is looking like a promising year for home décor. Unlike the past couple of years, which saw a surge of big, bold colours, this year we will see shades and elements that psychologically satiate our yearning for peace and serenity. In short: laid-back luxe is the design ethos to look for. How you can make it happen.
While you can sit and blame your evil boss and sulk all day long as to how tyrannical these people are, we'd rather ask you to go on a date with our super-simple, easy last-minute Christmas decorating ideas that'll effortlessly bring in the Christmas cheer. The choice is yours, these are some pretty awesome hacks and we are so not sulking this Christmas!