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Top Home Decor Instagram Accounts You Should Follow

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If you’re looking to re-do your house or just generally looking for home decor inspiration, the internet can be a boon. However, there is so much content and so many ideas out there that one may tend to get lost. It’s very important to filter out content to reach the best results. So, that’s why we bring to you the top home decor Instagram accounts you should follow for some good inspiration. These accounts are run by Indian content creators who are making a name in the home decor blogging field.

Check them out here-

1. DesignDecorAndDisha

When one visits Disha’s blog and social media, one wants to jump right into the eye-catching and welcoming decors that she shares with us. This stay at home mom’s awakened dormant talent and passion for design, art and decor would inspire us to finally update the design of our homes in a way that we always wanted.

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Wrapping up the "Wall Stories" series with this drop dead gorgeous space of Kajal. Kajal is the one who has mastered the art of mixing and matching the decor accessories. Here is what "Wall Stories" mean to her, "The idea of wall stories may mean different to different people..For me i think of my walls as canvas and have tried creating different arts at different times on same canvas wall or different stories on my different canvas walls….The beauty of this is you can change the decor/look and ambience just by changing the installations…Here are few of the pictures from my walls… As for me am a Home decor enthusiast and a designer, my first love continues to be gardening and plants….I stay in Mumbai." Image Credit: @kajal8212 Well, soon we will start a brand new and exciting series. _____________________________________ #Wall #WallStories #WallDecor #WallDecorIdeas #WallMakeover #Niche #ColorsInspo #Adenium #Cushions #IndianHome #WarmAmbience #Stairway #Lighting #IndianDecor #ElegantHome #ContemporaryFurniture #EclecticDecor #BeautifulSpaces #InspiringSpaces #HouseToHome #HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs #HomeLove #HomeDecor #Decor #DecorLover #IndianBlogger #DishaMishraDubey #DesignDecorAndDisha

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Thanks everybody for your encouraging and sweet comments on my previous post. I am humbled and grateful. It's time for "Wall Stories" again. Sharing here Kajal's foyer area and this time from a different angle. This is what you see the moment you step into this beautiful abode. Kajal is the kind of person who can easily pull together industrial, contemporary and traditional themes without making the place look overwhelming. That's not all her decor is influenced not only by different themes and styles but also by different countries and cultures. This is what Kajal says "The idea of wall stories may mean different to different people..For me I think of my walls as a canvas and have tried creating different arts at different times on same canvas wall or different stories on my different canvas walls. The beauty of this is you can change the decor/look and ambience just by changing the installations…Here are few of the pictures from my wall. As for me am a Home decor enthusiast and a designer, my first love continues to be gardening and plants. I stay in Mumbai. Thanks you so much Kajal for sharing the images of your extremely beautiful place. People we still have a lot to see as Kajal has shared many images. Also, if you too are interested in sharing your wall story then DM me the image of the wall and its story. Image Credit: @kajal8212 . _____________________________________ . #Wall #WallStories #WallDecor #WallDecorIdeas #WallMakeover #Masks #WallMask #LightingFixture #MoroccanLamps #WarmLight #IndianHome #IndianDecor #ElegantHome #ExposedBrick #Foyer #EntrywayDecor #EclecticDecor #BeautifulSpaces #InspiringSpaces #HouseToHome #HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs #HomeLove #HomeEnvy #GalleryWall #HomeDecor #Decor #DecorLover #IndianBlogger #DishaMishraDubey #DesignDecorAndDisha

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2. TheEastCoastDesi

We are in absolute love with the East Coast Desi’s work! Her interior designs are a treat for sore eyes. Looking at her Instagram account we can’t help but wish she’d do up our space too. Her ideas are like a breath of fresh air. She strikes a perfect balance between statement pieces and minimal designs.

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A home with a heart has the ability to "bouy life" and not weigh it down! When Veshali Visvanaath (founder, curator and interior designer at the Singapore based antiques and furniture store @prakalyam_gallery ) was entrusted with the task of transforming and curating for Anusha and Vijay's Singapore based home, she did just that. Combining a deep knowledge of traditional and vintage Indian furniture and antiques as well as expertise in contemporary style, she realized the full potential of this beautiful 1,744 sq. ft. sun drenched apartment. The home tour is now live. Link in profile above (📷: Veshali Visvanaath for Prakalyam Gallery) #theeastcoastdesi #indianantique #indianinteriors #indianvintagecollections #prakalyamgallery #vintagefind #collection #antiqueshop #antiquefinds #interiordesign #interiorstyling #indianinspireddecor #indiandecorideas #singaporebaseddecorstore #interiordecoratorsingapore #homedecor #sophisticatedstyle #vintagedecor #southindiandecor

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Okay, I couldn’t resist sharing lovely Honey Aulakh’s (@honeyaulakh9) living room that addresses practical comfort and is decked in aesthetic charm. With a background in the visual merchandising industry, Honey sure knows how to make things look visually appealing! A vivacious, determined and a passionate lady she now spends her time freelancing for brands she believes in, volunteers at an animal NGO and is all 70's international / desi retro music. Her Gurgaon apartment also talks of the her love for home decor. She shares this beautiful space with her husband of 23 years and three adorable doxies. Honey’s living room recently underwent a makeover and I’m loving the end result. In a sea of warm neutrals, a medley of patterns and prints featured in throw pillows and other textiles is used in the space for visual interest and layering. She also gets her color fix by incorporating eclectic décor accessories and India inspired art done by none other than our Uber talented friend @artbyaarohi. What a riot of colors in here and they all add so much drama to the space without competing with each other. This right here is eclectic Indian décor done right! Thank you Honey for sharing snippets of your lovely space with us 🙂 (Image credit: Styled and exclusively shot for TECD by Honey Aulakh) #theeastcoastdesi #interiordesign #interiorstyling #eclecticdecor #indiandecor #indiandecorideas #homedecor #design #colorconfidence #colorinspiration #decorinspiration #beautifulcorner #casualstyle #desidecor #instadecor #indianinspiredhome

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3. DesignPataki

Design Pataki was launched by Esha Gupta, who has studied Interior design in New York and in Mumbai and has 5 years of experience as a Managing Director for a furnishing company. She also owns a store. On her page, one can find everything that would satisfy one’s thirst for designing their home, including exclusive interviews from artists, designers, and numerous inspirations serving to our luxurious design needs.

4. DressYourHome.In

Dress your home offers valuable ideas on cleaning, organizing, house tours that tick our brain to decorate our home into a welcoming one, along with ideas on interiors and DIY projects. The objective of the blog is to give the readers stress-free ideas on making their home more inviting and one that shows their personality, as well as to create a feel-good home that everyone would long to come back to after staying away from it for work or a short trip away from home.

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Architecture is really about well-being. I think that people want to feel good in a space. On the one hand it's about shelter, but it's also about pleasure. – Zaha Hadid That nails it. So often, in the process of doing up homes we get confused if our homes should be a place to showcase the latest trends or one where you love to come back to. This 800 sq.ft apartment designed by @studionode nails the brief perfectly – a home with a relaxing vibe and pleasing aesthetics. Brick wall, blue credenza and that lovely headboard – what else does this house have in store. Check the link in bio.  #dressyourhome #livingroominspiration #livingroomdecor  #luxuryhome #inspire_me_home_decor #indianinteriors #bohemiandecor #prettylittleinteriors #interiørmagasinet #beautifulhomesindia #mybeautifulmess #mybohemianhome #bohochic #mybhg #miradorlife #homecanvas #brightspaceswelove #mygreentreasure #howyouhome #sodomino #finditstyleit #decorblogger #interiorblogger #interiorstyling #apartmentherapy #jungalowstyle #midcenturymodern #shabbychicdecor

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Compact spaces push a designer's creativity to limits, don't you think? Designing this snug 1,050 sq.ft Mumbai apartment was fun for the folks at @limited.edition.design.studio as they were doing it for family. What elevates a tiny space is when you pamper it with the real deal — in this case solid oakwood and walnut wood. Nothing betas the warmth of wood. Combine it with pleasing neutral colours and you have a winner. IC: @phxindia . . . . . . . . #dressyourhome #mydesiswag #crashbangcolour #mygreentreasure #decorideas #livingroominspiration #livingroomdesign  #livingroom  #bedroom  #bedroomdesign #bedroomdecor  #beautifulhomes  #beautifulhomesindia  #miradorlife  #howwedwell #howtheyhome  #urbanclaphomes  #minimalhomes  #bohemianhome  #mybhg #myhousebeautiful  #luxuryhome  #housebeautiful  #mycovetedhome #indianinteriors #indianblogger  #indiandecor  #HomeDecor  #interiordesign #interiorstyling

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5. HookedOnHomes

Hooked On Homes is a page where we can get to see a stream of DIY ideas for our homes. It’s owned by Supriti Chauhan, her knack for an organization is visible on the landing page of her website where you’ll find home décor inspiration and ideas neatly organized, free from all the clutter and chaos. Her blog and Instagram is definitely a boon for all the DIY lovers out there who like to put their DIY skills to perfect their dream home

Also check out our blog that will help you re-do your space by yourself  https://littleletterslinked.com/re-decorate-your-room-while-living-alone/

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iPhone 12 To Be Launched At $649 (48000) Only!

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Iphone 12

Apple fanatics wait every year for the new improved apple products. The design, the look, the features- it has a certain ring to it. There are several leaks that are surfacing on the internet relating to the release of iPhone 12. We couldn’t be more excited! The company is expected to release the smartphone in the second week of October and some details about its India pricing have also surfaced online. According to a leak, the smartphone 12 mini will start at $649, with the highest price tag being $1,399 for an iPhone 12 Pro Max. However, recent reports have suggested that the new iPhone 12 series will get five and not four smartphones. The phone is expected to get a wide variety of colour options which includes Black, White, Blue, Red, Yellow and Coral.

 

Phone 64 GB 128 GB 256 GB 512 GB
Apple 12 mini $649 $699 $799 N/A
Apple 12 $749 $799 $899 N/A
Apple 12 Pro N/A $999 $1,099 $1,299
Apple 12 Pro Max N/A $1,099 $1,199 $1,399

 

Each iPhone 12 version will have three memory options, with the lower two going 64/128/256GB, and the more premium duo having 128/256/512GB versions. The iPhone 12 mini is said to have a 5.4” screen and cost as much as $799.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max will be the largest and most expensive. It will start at $1,100 its basic version with 128 GB storage. The screen will have a 6.7” diagonal, which is bigger than the already massive iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Features

  • Four iPhones
  • New physical design
  • 5.4″, 6.7″, and 6.1″ sizes
  • Triple-lens 3D camera
  • All OLED displays
  • 5G connectivity
  • A14 chip
  • New Blue colour option
  • No power adapter or EarPods

iPhone 12

 

No power adapter with iPhone 12? WHAAAAT?

Apple has no plans to include a power adapter or EarPods in the box with the iPhone 12 models, letting the company cut down on production costs and packaging. Instead, Apple may offer a 20W power adapter that can be purchased separately. The USB-C to Lightning cable could get an upgrade, though, with rumours indicating Apple plans to offer a new braided cable design.

Delays due to COVID-19

iPhone 12 models will not ship out in September as usual due to delays caused by the global health crisis this year. Apple instead plans to introduce the iPhones in October, perhaps on October 13, and start shipping them out later that month. Rumours have suggested we can expect a staggered release, and some models might not come out until November.

Keeping all the excitement aside, we know that the difference with this iPhone and the rest won’t be that much. But we will still buy it because it’s a style statement. How else will all the tik-tokers and our beloved celebrities take mirror selfies?

But there’s one thing we are darn happy about- THE PRICE!

Read: Japanese Souffle Pancakes- Here’s How You Can Make At Home!

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DIY Moisturizing Hand Lotion: A Respite From Handwashing

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7 months into the pandemic we are still washing our hands all the time. We are doing it more than ever as we’re amidst a pandemic. Most of us are sick of it by now!  Whether you have a normal skin type or sensitive skin, constantly rinsing your hands is irritating your skin now. Our hands are prone to dryness and itching. We can’t skip it altogether it will prove to be detrimental. Moreover, the World Health Organization recommends washing hands for at least 20 seconds.  Don’t worry we have got you covered. Apply hand cream or hand lotion to soothe your skin and make your hands super soft. Ditch those expensive hand creams and lotion from luxurious brands, make your own instead. We bring to you an easy peasy DIY Moisturizing Hand Lotion Formula:

To store: You can keep it in any glass container at home or small plastic bottle to keep it in your purse. You can purchase it from Amazon or Miniso.

To make the hand lotion, you need:

  • 2 tablespoons shea butter
  • 2 teaspoons aloe vera gel
  • 2 teaspoons grapeseed oil
  • 1 teaspoon vitamin E oil
  • 2 teaspoons arrowroot powder
  • Essential oils: you can add essential oils to make it smell nice. If you’re going to be using this lotion while you’re out under the sun I recommend you don’t use any of the citrus essential oils. Some of my favorite combinations are:
    • Vanilla and Lavender
    • Vanilla and Pink Grapefruit
    • Rose Otto and Vanilla
    • Roman Chamomile
    • Lavender
    • Sweet Orange

Hand Lotion

Directions:

  • Use a hand mixer and mix the shea butter for a few minutes. Make sure it looks all fluffy.
  • Then add the grapeseed oil and vitamin E oil. Mix it for a few minutes until all the ingredients are mixed well.
  • Add the arrowroot powder a little at a time and mix it in until it’s not grainy.
  • Then add the Aloe Vera gel.  Mix it a bit more until it feels like a fluffy, soft lotion.
  • It will look like this:

Hand Lotion

 

  • Keep it in a small mason jar or transfer it to a small glass jar like this one to carry in your bag.
  • Apply as often as you want.
  • You can also use this lotion on your kids.

 

Read: Akki’s Bell Bottom: First Movie To Start and Finish Amidst A Pandemic

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Marijuana: How It Effects Your Mind & Body

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Marijuana, weed, pot, dope, grass. They’re different names for the same drug that comes from the cannabis plant. You can smoke it, vape it, drink it, or eat it. Most folks use marijuana for pleasure and recreation. But a growing number of doctors prescribe it for specific medical conditions and symptoms.

Marijuana has mind-altering compounds that affect both your brain and body. It can be addictive, and it may be harmful to some people’s health. Here’s what can happen when you use marijuana:

 

It May Affect Your Mental Health

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Not everyone’s experience with marijuana is pleasant. It often can leave you anxious, afraid, or panicked. Using pot may raise your chances for clinical depression or worsen the symptoms of any mental disorders you already have. Scientists aren’t yet sure exactly why. In high doses, it can make you paranoid or lose touch with reality so you hear or see things that aren’t there.

 

Your Thinking May Get Distorted

What are the health benefits and risks of cannabis?

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Marijuana can cloud your senses and judgment. The effects can differ depending on things like how potent your pot was, how you took it, and much marijuana you’ve used in the past. It might:

  • Heighten your senses (colors might seem brighter and sounds might seem louder)
  • Distort your sense of time
  • Hurt your motor skills and make driving more dangerous

 

You May Get Hooked

You may get hooked on it- Teens smoking marijuana

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About 1 in 10 people who use pot will become addicted. That means you can’t stop using it even if it harms your relationships, job, health, or finances. The risk is greater the younger you start marijuana and the more heavily you use it. For instance, the odds of addiction are 1 in 6 if you use pot in your teens. It might be as high as 1 in 2 among those who use it every day.

You could also grow physically dependent on marijuana. Your body could go into withdrawal, leaving you irritable, restless, unable to sleep, and uninterested in eating.

 

It May Impair Your Brain

cannabis distrots your brain

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Marijuana can make it harder for you to focus, learn, and remember things. This seems to be a short-term effect that lasts for 24 hours or longer after you stop smoking.

But using pot heavily, especially in your teen years, may leave more permanent effects. Imaging tests with some — but not all — adolescents found that marijuana may physically change their brains. Specifically, they had fewer connections in parts of the brain linked to alertness, learning, and memory, and tests show lower IQ scores in some people.

 

Your Lungs May Hurt

How Smoking Marijuana Affects Your Lungs

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Pot smoke can inflame and irritate your lungs. If you use it regularly, you could have the same breathing problems as someone who smokes cigarettes. That could mean ongoing cough with colored mucus. Your lungs may more easily pick up infections. That’s partly because THC seems to weaken some users’ immune systems.

 

Though some might also say, that Marijuana has ZERO deaths recorded directly linked to it. Which is true. Some may also suggest that alcohol is more dangerous. Which may only seem fair to say. But do you really want to take the gamble?

Thanks for reading and stay safe!

Also read- Do your dreams have a deeper meaning?

You should also visit- https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/marijuana/what-are-marijuana-effects

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