From faded block-printed bedspreads and jewel-toned wall hangings to Colonial era teak furniture and diaphanous mosquito netting, Indian decor is as diverse as it is beautiful. Trying to define "Indian decor" is a futile and reductionist endeavor even for an expert (which I am not) — akin to trying to sum up "European cuisine" in a single blog post. That said, Indian-inspired fabrics and furnishings have happily become more mainstream in the United States. But stores like Anthropologie, John Robshaw and Les Indiennes have only scratched the surface of India's robust home decor. If you are keen to incorporate Indian design — both traditional and contemporary — into your home, read on.