There are many traditional Indian home decor items that NRI homeowners should have in their homes. These items will add vibrant colours to Indian home and living room decor. Things such as diyas India and colourful carpets bring them closer to their roots while away from their motherland. Having these traditional home decor pieces brings the essence of India to the USA. 

God Statues 

God statues are an essential part of Indian homes. The importance of God statues in Indian homes is that they are kept in the main room or living room and used to worship, give offerings and pray. 

God Statues can come in many forms, such as stone, metal or wood. They are generally made so that they can be easily transported around your house when you want them moved from one place to another (in case there is a need). 


Idols are an essential part of Indian culture. They can be made from clay, metal or stone and represent gods, goddesses, animals and the human form. Idols are often used for worship as well as decorative purposes in homes. 

Hanuman Chalisa Wall Art 

Hanuman Chalisa is an inspirational text from Hinduism. The purpose of this sacred text is to inspire people to follow their inner selves and fulfil their desires. It contains many stories about Lord Hanumana, a devotee of Lord Ram, Vishnu and Shiva. He also helped them in their mission for good deeds and taught them about meditation techniques. 

This wall art has been designed using traditional techniques like hand painting or carving on stone or wood with intricate details that make it look beautiful when hung at home or in office space room.” 

Traditional Rugs 

Rugs are a great way to add colour, texture and shape to Indian living room decor. They can be used as seating areas or floor coverings in traditional Indian homes. There are many different materials that rugs can be made from, such as wool, silk, and cotton and synthetic materials like polyester fleece. Rugs can also come in many different shapes, including circular designs that resemble pillows or small cushions for sitting on top of them; straight lines which make them look like stripes; squiggly diagonal patterns that resemble waves; rectangles with small squares at each end (called “tassels”); hexagons (six-sided shapes) which look like honeycomb patterns when viewed from certain angles etcetera! 


Diyas are commonly used in Indian homes during festivals like Diwali and Holi. They are also used occasionally, such as Navratri, Raksha Bandhan, etc. 

Diyas can be made of clay or metal. The most common material used to make these lamps is clay, but some people use metal instead of this one because it gives more light than the other material when you put them on your table or shelf. 

Cushion Covers and Bed Sheets 

Cushion covers and bed sheets are essential to Indian home decor, as they add vibrant colour to your house. They can also be used as pillows or cushion covers if you have a sofa with no back cushions. The range of colours and designs available is vast, so you will find something that suits your needs perfectly! 


Handicrafts are a great way to decorate your home. They can be made by local artisans and are often made of natural materials, like wood or stone. They’re also a great way to support local economies and communities by buying handmade items from people who have been making them for years. 

If you love having hand-crafted goods around the house, here are some ideas: 

These Items Will Add Vibrant Colours to Indian Home Decor

  • These items are not expensive. 
  • They can be found online or in stores that sell Indian home decor. 
  • They are easy to maintain and clean, which makes them ideal for any type of home decorating project you might want to undertake. 
  • These items make great gifts for friends and family members who have visited India! Simply wrap it up in tissue paper and present it as a gift from your heart! 


We hope you have enjoyed this article on traditional Indian living room decor. We can help guide you through our products and advise you on how best to use them in your space! 

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