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10/10/2017

Home decor ideas for this Diwali

Home decor has the power to transform your casual household environment and revive it for good. This Diwali when everybody goes decor savvy, you can try something new and refreshing that is traditional yet unconventional. So, make your home special this Diwali.

Everyone sets to decorate their houses with the best efforts possible. But it is also easy to get confused about where to start from and what all to do. As we understand your emotional attachment to your house and the way you want it to be perfect, there is not much to worry about how you can revive your home this Diwali. Here are a few Home Decor ideas for Diwali-

Give your ‘Diya’ an unconventional touch

Diwali decoration can never be complete without Diyas. You may find many kinds of Diyas on the market including the traditional earthen diyas, candle diyas, painted diyas, floating diyas, electric diyas etc. You can easily get these around you or if you have a weekend to spare and you can add your personal touch to them. Instead of lighting up single colored diyas, try painting them with peppy colors like green, red, yellow, or other colors that might also go with the color scheme and theme of your house. You can put these Diyas in a large earthen pot or vessel and fill it with water. While the Diyas float in the vessel you can fill up the empty spaces with whole flowers or their petals. And guess what? Floral diyas are the new trend !!

Design Rangolis

Another one of the inseparable home decor elements of Diwali is Rangolis. Not only is it auspicious to make a rangoli at home but also adds a splash of festive colors to it. You can make Rangoli in your home with rangoli colors or leftover Holi colors as well. If you consider yourself a novice at drawing, you can also buy Rangoli pattern stencils. But apart from colors, you can also try making a floral Rangoli on the floor and decorate it with candles and Diyas. You can use different color flowers like Rose, Orchids, Marrygold etc. It is up to you to awaken your creative self by experimenting with different designs and patterns.

Lanterns and Lamps to lighting up your home

Everyone starts lighting up their house during Diwali. While some use earthen Diyas others use colorful Diwali lights. These are the simplest way to decorate your homes. But if you want to go an extra mile for home decor, you can use interesting lamps and lanterns in your house that create a very serene and holy effect. And these also give the feel of a contemporary Diwali home decor. If you are up for some DIY projects, you can use colored paper cups and add a bulb to it, after which they can be chained to create a scintillating effect.

Add some sea shells in your house 

Seashells are the newest trend when we talk of home decor. It has been correctly said that seashells are love letters in the sand. You can use seashells as part of your Diwali home decor to add some edge and quirk. Not only can you buy seashell lights, but you can also make them at your home. Other than that seashell can be stuck to your lamps. One of the prominent trends visible worldwide is seashell curtains that you can use to decorate your doors.

Scented flowers for a fresh aroma 

Who doesn’t like a mesmerizing aroma floating in their homes? A nice scented house is one of the most important milieus of home decor and Diwali is the best time to do this. You can put potpourri in a strategic way in your house and make it smell divine. The aroma will not only fill up your senses but also refresh your mood and pep it up to the festive season.

Home decor has the power to transform your casual household environment and revive it for good. This Diwali when everybody goes decor savvy, you can try something new and refreshing that is traditional yet unconventional. So, make your home special this Diwali.

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