Diwali festivals are one of the important features of Indian culture every festival has its unique significance and is celebrated.
During Diwali, one of the most important things you should do to your home is de-clutter the entire house. To invite the Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha your home should be sparkling clean. There are certain ways in which you can make your home look beautiful on the festival of Diwali.
Diwali is a festival which is synonymous with divyas, lanterns , rangoli. Majority of us look at giving home decorations a makeover during this festival. We pre plan as to how we are going to decorate the home. These décor tips will surely give your home a traditional decorations touch.
7 Best Diwali Decoration Ideas
Toran or door hangings are like a prelude to a book it gives you an idea of what is about to come. So choose it carefully, to match with your interior decor. Torans, usually made of fresh flowers and Mango leaves, now also come with beads, mirrors and fabric. Door hangings adorned with bells or mirror look good.
Though decorated diyas are easily available in the market, you can also buy simple earthen diyas and decorate it on your own. This will be economical and will also give you a feeling of celebratory preparation. You can also engage your children to help with the same. Use vibrant colors and patterns to create an all-new diya trend.
Wall hangings that have a picture of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi add to the decor of your home during Diwali. Wall hangings, combined with ethnic motifs and embroidery work, add to the charm of the Diwali decor. An elegant wall hanging can have an image of Lord Ganesha made of white metal and decorated with shades of green and orange to give that special touch to your decor. Apply the above decorations to your home decorations this Diwali with new and creative ways that add to the festive fun.
Dupattas can decorate a place beautifully. They could be molded into any shape in order to decorate. You could probably make a diya using various dupattas and hang it on a wall and light it with LEDs. To enhance the effect, you could use ‘bandhani’ dupattas.
Beautify with flowers
A simple and age old way of beautifying the house is with flowers. Flowers create a positive vibe in the house whether they are fake or real. Flowers together with an elegant vase can make a world of difference in enhancing the beauty of a space. The white enameled brass flower vase pictured here has lovely designs that are reminiscent of peacocks dancing in the rain.
This one is the most important part of Diwali in every home decorations. There are a lot of designs that can be made using traditional patterns and colours. Go chic this year and let your imagination run wild. Make your rangoli using the trendy polka dots in pop colours. If you like graffiti then incorporate some of that in your rangolis. Use some sparkles, sequins, rhinestones etc. to add some shimmery glam to the rangoli. You can make a rangoli using sticky tapes of various shades.
Creative Candle Holders
Apart from the expensive candles, what can add glamour to your Diwali decor is its holders. These are also available in home decor shops but you must not waste money on it. Instead, involve your children in some craft work during Diwali and ask them to make beautiful candle holders.