10 Interior Designers To Follow On Instagram If You’re A Decor Enthusiast

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Whether you’re on the path to becoming an interior designer or architect, or looking for inspiration to spruce up your space, or you simply have an interest in the field and would love to take notes, here are 10 interior designers, studios, and architects you should follow on Instagram.

1. Shabnam Gupta 

Design lover and aspiring artist Shabnam Gupta is known for designing celebrity homes (the recent one being that of Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa), restaurants (Tanjore Tiffin Room and Viman Nagar Socials, to name a few) and individual spaces. Mother Nature has always been her inspiration and source of creativity. Shabnam mixes and matches earthy tones with a contemporary touch and rustic edge, all interspersed with bursts of refreshing colours to recreate a design aesthetic that has now come become her signature style.

2. Josmo Studio

Want to know how to ace tropical-themed interiors? Trust Anjali Mody’s Goa-based Josmo Studio to do the deed. One look at the Instagram page, and we are transported to a tropical paradise wishing we could unwind in these spaces with a Pina Colada. With an eye for interesting oversized lamps, vibrant wall art pieces, and rustic furniture, Josmo Studio believes in promoting bespoke Indian craftsmanship and creating sustainable products.


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3. Rooshad Shroff

If you’ve stopped and stared at the window display of the Hermès store in Mumbai and New Delhi, Rooshad Shroff is the man behind the aesthetically pleasing space. A name synonymous with architecture, interiors and bespoke furniture, Rooshad’s studio prides itself in juxtaposing modern design practices with traditional craft techniques. If you lean more towards modern minimalism and revamping classics, Rooshad’s Instagram page will certainly inspire you.

4. Ravi Vazirani

Trust interior and furniture designer Ravi Vazirani to offer that cosy atmosphere with a unique blend of earthy colours and texture play. From designing retail spaces like the Atmosphere stores, studio and offices for the likes of Himatsingkas, millennial restaurants and cafes like The Stolen Coffee room in New Mumbai and High Spirits in Pune and Karan Johar’s home, most of Ravi’s inspiration comes from merely interacting with his clients and understanding their needs. Watch out for his recycled stools and tables cast in sand aluminium, pieces that will surely add a touch of warmth to any interior.


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5. FADD Studio

Launched by Farah Ahmed and Dhaval Shellugar in 2012, FADD Studio in Bengaluru is an interior design firm with works inspired by art, architecture and culture. You’ll find them experimenting a lot with geometric patterns and shapes, large doors and window scapes, wooden furniture and muted shades in residential, office, retail and hospitality spaces.


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6. Nishita Kamdar

Nishita Kamdar’s award-winning eponymous studio in Mumbai is best known for creating stunning interiors of holiday homes and resorts. Designing multi-functional spaces that are high on utility and sensitive to the requirements of the end-user, Nishita believes in the simple philosophy that architecture should not only look but also feel beautiful and appeal to the other senses of the human being, which is evident in her work. 

7. Aamir Sharma And Hameeda Sharma

Sometimes, even one unusual and captivating piece of furniture or wall hanging can create a maximum impact. And if you’re wondering how to achieve this style, follow the works of Aamir and Hameeda Sharma, who are known for their use of parametric forms. Make sure to check out their projects, such as the car showroom in Hyderabad with a blanket ceiling of parametric lines as well as a Bengaluru micro-brewery featuring a large geometric structure of a parametric design with hundreds of rafters piercing down the beams.

8. Jannat Vasi

From luxurious bathrooms to classy walk-in wardrobes, extravagant terraces and colourful walls bringing an uplifting spirit to bedrooms, award-winning interior designer Janat Vasi’s aesthetic always leaves a mark. Also recognised internationally, Jannat boasts of an impressive clientele ranging from the Cornucopia retail store for Madras Cafe, restaurants like House of Llyod, office spaces for Gozoop Advertising Agency and Sierra Singapore and luxury homes for the likes of the Kamala Mills family, Goodwill BuildersDetco Textiles and singer Himesh Reshammiya.

9. Krupa Zubin

Along with Zubin Zainuddin, architect and interior designer Krupa Zubin founded ZZ Architects, one of India’s most recognised design practises. But what makes her Instagram account so special? Apart from the stunning interior design projects, it’s her journey along with the process and BTS of her projects that she documents, which are not only inspiring but also informative. So if you’re a budding architect or interior designer, her social media channel is a must-follow.


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10. Rajiv Saini

Rajiv Saini, the founder of Rajiv Saini and Associates, is one of the leading design firms in the country known for amalgamating contemporary design with exquisitely crafted details for residential and hospitality spaces. Playing with various materials that offer textural tactility is what Rajiv specialises in. But he also has a penchant for photo frames and paintings and has been experimenting with them as wall art for many projects.

- Lifestyle Editor


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