Home Decor Blog India: Neha Animesh : All Things Beautiful

Home Decor Blog India

All things beautiful is a lifestyle, design and decor blog. It is my bit of space on the web where I share and record all my creative ramblings, travel memories, my passion- my home, design and decor ideas, special moments and all the beautiful things that inspire me. It is also a place where I express myself and share bits and pieces of my life with all the wonderful friends that I have found through this blog.

I grew up mostly in northern India- in UP and Delhi, and spent my college days in Mumbai and Goa. I moved to the US about 8 years ago, and now, this feels like home. But, my love for India and all things Indian has only grown in all these years. I have always been an admirer of art and all things handmade.

I have pursued a career in finance and IT for the past 10 years with a few breaks now and then. Currently I am taking a break from my career to devote time to my son who is now 2 years old.

Some of my interests include design, decor, travelling, photography, pottery, painting, gardening and exploring nature.


I was introduced to Indian design blogs in early 2010 through a friend who shares similar interests. Within a few days, I was following more than 20 design blogs (both Indian and Non-Indian). I was in awe–still am– of all the creative people out there sharing bits of design inspiration and creative ideas every day.


I spent so much time reading all these blogs that it stimulated my own creative mind, which probably was in hibernation :). That is when I thought of carving a small space of my own in blog land. And then, ‘All things beautiful…’ was born.

The Blogging Adventure

It has been an amazing experience all along. Before I started, I was somewhat apprehensive only because I thought that writing did not come easily to me. But once I started blogging, there has never been a time when I had to think about what to write. I just let my thoughts fins expression in words and that is it.  When people read and appreciate my posts, it makes blogging all the more worthwhile.

The best part about blogging on interior design in India is finding so many like minded people, making virtual friends (I hope to meet them some day…), who share similar interests and passions, and appreciate what I write and do.

My favourite posts

My yellow wall…once again

Treasures from Mexico

Getting a little crafty

Pottery Passion

A special time of the year…Diwali

Home Design India: My tips on decorating with style

1. Bring it alive with plants and flowers: Plants and flowers add warmth and liveliness to any space. As far I am concerned, no decor is complete without an element of nature in it.

2. Personalise your space: Add things in your decor that mean something to you. A souvenir from travels, photos, a gift from someone you love, your favorite books, your personalized artwork—all these things add a special meaning to your home decor.

3. Add texture and color: One can do this through the use of paiint- it doesn’t have to be all the walls, just one accent wall can add a lot to the ambience of a room. Also, you can use different kinds and colours of fabrics, bedspreads, throws, pillows.

4. Move things around: Every now and then, move your decor pieces around the house, or even keep them away for a while. When you see them again after a while, or in a different setting, you may like them even more. It can make any space feel new.

5. Do what you like: Whatever appeals to your eye is how your home should look. It is not really important to conform to any style or trend. What matters is what you like, and not what someone else may think of it……so, just do what you like.

My favourite magazines

Not too many….there is so much design inspiration on the web- blogs and websites, that I hardly feel the need to read print magazines these days. I do subscribe to the print edition of Better Homes and Gardens and House Beautiful, for on the go browsing. Online, I like Elle decor and  recently Prismma, of course.

My other adventures and passions

I always wish that there were some extra hours in the day, to find time to do things that I like. Some of them are:

Pottery- Working with clay is like therapy for me. The feeling of clay between your fingers and that you can mould it however you like, it’s just wonderful. I have done it as a hobby once, and would love to try it again.

Painting- I like playing with paints and brushes. I am not creative enough to create an original painting. At times, when I see an artwork that catches my attention, I get inspired and try to re create it in my own way.

Gardening- I am extremely fond of plants and flowers. You’ll see them all over my home. Tending to my greens gives me a lot of joy.

Photography- It is my latest passion. It is something I always liked, but photography goes hand-in-glove with blogging. Everyone likes to look at pretty pictures, and that is what I like too. So I am trying to become a better photographer.

Future plans

As of now, I enjoy blogging. My blog is still at a very nascent stage and I would like for it to have more readership. I’d like to devote more time to my blog and put together more meaningful posts. My dream is to design my own line of home decor products and accessories some day.

71 responses to “Home Decor Blog India: Neha Animesh : All Things Beautiful”

  1. farnaz says:

    Nice blog photos used in blog is very nice. I liked pictures you shared in blog.

  2. Deborah says:

    Hello Neha

    Warm Greetings

    Love your articles on home and nice pictures. We have a store that retails outdoor furniture and outdoor decor. Would want to be featured on your blog.

    Please let us know how can we take this forward.


  3. Mouryaenterprises says:

    nice blog
    and good Decoretion

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  5. Fourwalls says:

    Your story is really inspirational Neha. Glad to see people taking such deep interest in Decor. It somehow reminds us of how we started off as a home decor brand back in 2007 with a really humble beginning. We would really like you to check out our online store. We would love to recommend your blog in our monthly newsletter <3

  6. Hire an Interior Designer says:

    Hi Admin,

    Just loved your blog, it has very useful content. Interior designing is not just about the appearance of walls and ceiling. It includes evaluating the room and transforming it into the most comfortable and cozy space possible. Even the largest house can have a lack of space because of poor interior design; while a tiny apartment can be transformed into a cozy residence with sufficient space to increase the functionality of every corner.

    Thanks & Regards,
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  7. Abhishek Kumar says:

    Hi There,

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  9. Smith verma says:

    Thanks for the great home decor ideas. Realy i like your article.

  10. Sonal Bisht says:

    Looking damn good home decor design. Thank you Neha for this excellent blog on home decor creativity, i will try at my home.

  11. sanghma sharma says:

    Thanks for sharing these informative ideas,one of the most important thing is to decor your home with curtains.To know more for home decor accessories visit Maspar.

  12. shivendra says:

    Hello, such a nice post and nicely explained. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us. All the concepts are amazing. For more ideas related to decor items, one can visit Maspar.

  13. Architect for residence says:

    pics is good one having a unique concept

  14. Varun Kumar Singh says:

    Very nicely compiled article. For more info regarding decorative lighting visit foslighting

  15. Varun Kumar Singh says:

    Very good and helpful article. Mam, may I get your Mailid so that I can ask for more information from you.

  16. Shalini says:


    This is very popular blog in India and the services are really stylish designed.

  17. Neha says:


    Please help me with your personal email id or any email id through which I can get in touch with you.

  18. Mohit says:

    Hmm, Appreciable!

  19. furnstyl says:

    Interior designing blogs posting is really best job, because told about human lifestyles and personalty

  20. Luciano Arraigada says:

    Great share..
    I really love to improve my house decor to make it look more elegant..
    So I regularly visit these blogs to get the latest ideas and tips of home decor.

  21. shophofindia says:

    Your house is beautifully decorated. Really loved it.

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  24. Livibi says:

    Best in class interiors.

  25. ruby says:

    Loved it !!! Nice Designs:)

  26. HI Neha
    i realy liked your blog . would love o see more of that

  27. Samuel says:

    I will be highly thankful if you please go through my company website and please get in touch with me. its

  28. Perfect artcile for everyone who is looking for ideas for his/her home decoration. The problem with Indian Home decor segment is, it hasn't been explored much till date and hence the product consumption is quite low even for today. My wife do keeps on ordering home decor products and yesterday she got some flower vase and Glass Votives from a new website called homesake.in…Hope the products turns out to be good.

  29. Amit Davey says:

    In India people want to decorate their dream home in the Indian style. It gives the royal and traditional look to a house. You have written nice blog and pics are really decorative. Thanks for sharing with us.

  30. Not many will have the guts to take out time and blog. This surely shows your passion towards All Things Beautiful!

  31. indiantheme says:

    Good one. Keep it up. Nice to see such pictures.

  32. Thank you for the collection that you have shared with us above .I really liked it so much and want to see such type of blogs more.

  33. ABC says:

    hola… i like this post very much.. nice decor…

  34. Menaka says:

    wow Neha, your work and creativity is simply superb. Just loved your ideas.


  35. PosterGuy.in says:

    What a lovely blog. Everything inspired us to change a few things around, not just at home but also in our office. Obviously adding plants and flowers around the space and personalizing it to our own perception. Great work!

  36. Charu says:

    That’s a really good read.

    You can now buy Indian handicrafts online at awwstruck.com

    Do check the store out and give us your feedback!

  37. Purchasing handicrafts and home decor items any one can do, but the way it has been placed, arranged and displayed, something unique. Congratulations, more over also appreciate your collections. Gives lot of inspiration to convert our small home into a dream Home !!

  38. Aashi Verma says:

    I am really excited to see your blogs. Its great to see such a amazing home decor products. One things I want to say Neha You have such innovative ideas and know how to decor wonderfully home. I purchased many Items from snapdeal but I am not delighted with my decoration. But thanks for sharing such a wonderful items and ideas.

  39. Avantika Gupta says:

    I visit all images and i have a site this blog similar.

  40. rohita says:

    loved your blog. your ability to highlight small corners and play of colours is amazing.

  41. rohita says:

    Loved your blog. liked your attention to detail, things like making hidden and small corners attractive and your love for greens.

  42. Pooja Sinha says:

    I come across very few blogs that are as beautiful as this one. Beautiful beautiful compilation of pics. Loved all of it. I love fragrances, prefer Reed diffuser and scented candles at any time of the day which I regularly purchase from Cycle Pure’s website. I love painting particularly glass painting which I do as a hobby whenever I can and then showcase them on the walls. And then there are those beautiful self made wall hangings that give a sort of grace to your home.

  43. Roy says:

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  44. Deana says:

    Hello colleagues, nice paragraph and nice urging commented here, I am in fact enjoying by these.

  45. Henna karlo says:

    The home decor blog is fantastic and much attractive. Thanks for sharing.

  46. Aanchal says:

    Hi Neha!

    Truly impressed by the simplicity with which you have styled your posts and interesting ideas! Would love to follow your blog and know more about what you are doing now.

  47. Dazzle says:

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  48. namrata says:

    i m a interior designer working in sleek kitchens. kindly help me to grow my career and design more beautiful kitchens

  49. Poorvi says:

    Hi Neha,

    Perfection.. i must say.
    Inspired by creativity and placement of things. and photography is touching.

    Though we are not artist but we are trying to sell indian art (currently just handicrafts) on http://craftlounz.com. We sourced many products which are present in your blog. We just started few days back and would like to hear perspective from you on our website. We would like to get in touch with you regarding some opportunity.
    Our facebook page is: facebook.com/craftlounzs

    Craftlounz Team

  50. Juhi says:

    Hi Neha!

    Your house is beautifully decorated and well kept. I love your idea of putting right and appropriate amount of things in your home and love your plants. Looking forward to see more lovely ideas.

  51. Jaya says:

    Very tastefully done. Loved the way its Indian. Was hard to believe that its in US. Enjoyed every pic.

  52. Nidhi Chirania says:

    Wonderful very vibrant, simple yet elegant !!!! beautiful use of colour’S With smart art work and greenery… loved everything about your house!! a very Welcome home .keep me updated ..

  53. Tulsi says:

    I loved your decor – style. I keep looking it again and again

  54. Akash says:

    love the decor style–very indian and warm

  55. jayanti says:

    Very ethnic and inspiring. Colourful home well designed

  56. Anita says:

    Amazing pictures .

  57. Richa says:

    hi bhabhi…

    just saw ur blog..
    its awesome.. u r really having a very good collection..
    looking forward to see some more.. :)

  58. meghana says:


    Just loved ur blog…very creative and appealing. I am a regular follower of another extremely creative blog may be it interests you also just have a look ..

    Take care and keep blogging


  59. bua says:

    beta at last i could see ur blog.its very very beautiful as in mugleazzam “EK KHUBSURAT MUJSAMA HI LAGTA ABHI JEE UTEGA.”its very very beautiful

  60. Asha Suresh says:

    Hi, I am a resort owner from Munnar who loves interior design , in fact we did not have a designer for the resort , we ( myself & hubby ) just used ideas gleaned from books and travel, and it was soo satisfying !! .

    I am new to Prismma .
    Loved your article , Neha, with superb pics to boot !!

    Thank you for the ideas & colour , and hope to incorporate some of them atleast, when I redo my home this winter .

    Btw, what is that biscuit shade u used on the walls in the corridor photo ? Very elegant & at the same time, warm and inviting ….

  61. Nayana says:

    What a wonderful feature Neha..I liked your article very much and read and enjoyed all the pics very much.

  62. Shweta says:

    Hi Neha,

    Nice blog. Need a suggestion for my yellow wall which I recently got painted. It divides my open kitchen and dining area. Please give me some idea on how can I decorate it.

    Looking forward to your response.


    • Hi Shweta,

      Thanks for the compliment:)
      For your wall, the possibilities could be endless…depends on where it is at and what surrounds it.
      You could do some motifs, put up art work, one big one, or a cluster of them, put photos…..or maybe some sculptures…..
      Email me if you need more help.



  63. Rama Ananth says:

    Wonderful Neha: your design blogs and your DIY and the pictures of your house, really beautiful.

  64. sarika salvi vasudev says:

    very tastefully done…

  65. Ambika Suman says:

    Great to see you and your home here Neha :) Enjoyed the read and the snapshots of your home!

    • Rajesh says:

      I love yellow wall with empty frames! Never ever thought of home decor in such a way for Indian homes, Great interior
      I work as furniture designer at afydecor.com

  66. sonam says:

    Beautiful feature Neha!…
    love your home..and would love to feature it on Designing Life
    loved your article!!…its very similar to my style…not just very..but almost 90% :)

  67. Emreen says:

    Great write-up and beautiful pictures Neha.. Enjoyed reading it … !!

  68. Kala says:

    Fabulous feature Neha! I love your blog and seeing photos of your home, you have a wonderful sense of style:)

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