Mansi Mehra

Mansi Mehra

Mansi moved to London from India, aged 20, to study international business at the University of Westminster. Marrying into the Mehra family (she is Anita Mehra's daughter-in-law) has led to Mansi developing a true passion for property. And with her love of design, she decided to join InStyle Direct in 2010 as an Account Manager, becoming Design Director in 2012.read full profile

Home interiors – our favourite design trends for 2014

We may be all washed up when it comes to the weather but there are some really hot interior design trends out there right now. Here’s our pick of the best for 2014. A return to symmetry After several years of eclectic and quirky interiors, we’re seeing a return to elegant, symmetrical…

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Bespoke interior design

Our home speaks volumes about us – our taste, our personality, our aspirations. But while it’s one thing to put together a handful of beautiful objects in your own home, it’s quite another to bring together those pieces in a beautiful, co-ordinated interior designed look. Design inspiration And p…

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Concrete – the flooring of the future

Flooring creates the backdrop to your entire home. And the right or wrong choice can make or break your interior. Timber flooring has been a favourite for years now – it’s stylish, contemporary and easy to care for. But now there’s a new kid on the block when it comes to flooring – polished concr…

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Deck the halls this Christmas

Christmas is a time to entertain friends and family and above all to relax – so we want to give our homes a really warm and welcoming feel. This is a time to go all out for glamour and opulence – rich, deep colours and a hint of sparkle – and of course a crackling […]

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