Shop For Home Decor From These Online Brands

You don't always have to go to a store to get your home decor accessories sorted, especially in current times when Coronavirus has forced us to stay at home. But, worry not. Ditch going to a home decor store and sit back and relax because we've made you a list of brands that sell super awesome home furnishings and accessories online. Now, shopping for home essentials is just a click away!


You won't ever be confused about doing up your home the right way anymore, thanks to Decohub. From wooden trays and lamps to lanterns, diffusers and brass décor pieces, Decohub does it all. Most of their products are made locally by rural artisans and underprivileged women while others are sourced from Moradabad and Banjara community in Rajasthan. The products are mostly made of wood, metal, brass, copper and glass. 


Doing up your home? Ditch the regular decor stuff and go artsy with handmade products from ExclusiveLane that have tribal paintings and embellishments on them. From Madhubani lamps and aroma diffusers to handmade kulhads, beer mugs and tree-shaped bookends, this brand does subtle, simplistic yet elegant and sophisticated home decor accessories. 

Woven Threads

Hit up this Nagaland-based brand for handmade, contemporary home furnishings that are minimal, comfortable and stylish. From cushions and throw pillows to rugs and runners, they have it all in stunning weaves and hand seams - think clean lines, Mediterranean blues and geometric forms. 

Brio Art House

Go sustainable and eco-friendly with this brand's upcycled and recycled home accessories. Home linen, decor, kitchenware and furniture - they have it all. The products are handmade, hand painted and inspired by nature. Watch out for the cushion covers in tussar and chanderi silk. Looking for cutlery? Go for the decoupage case. Also get your hands on elephant gorara-stone bookends, antique gramophones and ceramic hand-painted wall plates

Anek Designs

We can't get over their hand-embroidered cushions with kalamkari work done on them. They are soft and support your back perfectly. You'll also find zardozi designs, vintage kantha and geometric patterns besides cushions made in ikat, linen, sequins, metallics and brocades. Besides cushions, they also stock silk table runners, duvet covers, top sheets, dish towels, dinner napkins and table mats. 


Never knew discarded stuff could be used to create such stunning and artsy decor products! From coasters and fridge magnets to hand-painted bottles and kettles, Dharohar creates art out of garbage. Owner Srirupa Biswas does stunning glass art, Madhubani painting, jute work and mirror work on used wine bottles and kettles. The fridge magnets are made using bottle caps while the key holders are made of wooden spatulas. Keep a piece of Kolkata's culture wherever you go with hand-painted Kolkata-inspired coasters. Many have funny Bong one-liners painted on them.

Pink Sakura

Pink Sakura makes incredibly good-looking home décor products. These make for perfect house-warming gifts or creative gifts for almost any occasion. Think decoupaged floral vintage bottles and jars that can be used as vases or stand-alone showpieces. Their beautiful handmade 12 feet string of lights can jazz up any dull corner of the house in a matter of seconds. Our pick – hand-painted tea light candle holders.

Rare Planet

Rare Planet is all about Indian handicrafts. They work closely with local craftsmen turning simple everyday products such as kulhars and kettles into works of art. Once you hit up their website, you will be spoilt for choice. From terracotta, ceramics and aluminium to hybrid leather products like wallets made with leather and cane to painted kulhars, the range is mind-boggling. Have a friend who is fond of earthy yet hatke things, then pick up anything from Rare Planet’s collection of feisty and artistically brilliant handmade products. Our pick – Calcutta-themed hand-doodled kettles.

Sari Bari

This one makes stunning blankets, pillows, throws, table runners, dinner napkins and quilts out of old sarees! Sari Bari works with victims of sex trafficking with the aim to provide them with an income and a safe life. The brand takes used sarees and creates magic using kantha-style stitch work. Every piece has the maker's name and all the profits from the sale go towards their upliftment and welfare schemes.


You won't be able to stop yourself from buying their stunning hand-painted home decor products. Aarohi Singh showcases her art on daily objects like tin buckets, kettles, tin dabbas, chairs, carrom boards and old trunks! Well, who said trunks were out of fashion? Watch Aarohi bring them back in the business and how! Ever thought carrom boards could be converted to short tables? Well, this artist will do it for you in a super innovative, colourful and quirky way.