nikita sheth

My passion for aesthetically beautiful things is deeply connected to my Indian cultural roots – I love rich colours, interesting textures and unique motifs – all of which underpin daily life, culture and rituals in India.

Distracted by Design, is a space where I an archive my interior design and architecture inspiration. It is  a space where I can share & celebrate the way in which design influences and embeds itself into my personal life.

For me, design breaks up the monotony of every day life. It breaks boundaries. It makes sense of chaos. It is limitless. It is truly inspirational.  And most importantly….it literally is everywhere.

For me, design is a welcomed distraction. And of late…it has become a little more of a distraction.

By day I work at Indesign Group ( &, and by night I am studying a Diploma of Commercial Arts (Interior Design & Decoration).

I hope by sharing my passion I inspire you to also be… distracted by design.

Nikita x

  1. Shirsha said:

    Nikita – I love your blog. You have some great, original stuff here! 🙂

  2. Thank you for visiting and liking my blog… it brought me to yours and I’m loving it. Keep up the great work and I look forward to reading more!

  3. Fabulous blog, Nikita! Inspiring, indeed!!! I will certainly return….

  4. Very nice blog! I will definitely visit regularly.

    • Thank you so much!!! I love that font for ‘kahani’ that you have used. what does kahani mean?

      • Lily said:

        Thanks! Kahani is a Hindi word, it means “story”. It’s the name I picked for my new venture, take a look!

  5. Angela said:

    Nikita, we are soul sisters I’m sure of it! Thanks so much for popping over to my blog, Wicker & Stitch (ages ago now). Sorry it’s taken me forever to get back to you but I’ve had a couple of huge projects on the go which have sapped my blogging time 😦 I had my pinboard made for me by a wholesale framer, it was a love job for all the work I put his way – I’m constantly finding new bits to stick on it and love having all my inspiration right there to look at when I get stuck! Good luck with your studies. I also studied part-time at night… it felt impossibly draining at the time but it was so incredibly worth it (I was a lawyer before my career identity crisis took hold). Your blog is so well written, I shall definitely be back.

    Take care and enjoy the beautiful sunshine,
    Ang x

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