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Ritika started her design career as an Architect in India and worked on a wide range of projects before moving to New York in 2010 to study Interior Design at Pratt Institute. Upon graduating she went to work for renowned Architecture and Preservation firm, Beyer Blinder Belle where she assisted in designing interiors and artwork for Harvard University. Her experience there led to her appreciation for traditional design and vintage furniture which influences her work.

She calls herself a New Traditionalist who draws inspiration from the past, integrating modern twists and pushing the limits of timeless styles. She loves to mix bold colors and patterns, furniture styles, vintage and new, highs and lows creating colorful eclectic spaces.

Ritika lives in Manhattan with her husband and daughter Mehr.