Let your home shine and sparkle this Diwali

Diwali is one of the most awaited colorful, bright and decorative festivals! Diwali connotes the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil and hope over despair. From the colorful rangoli’s to beautiful diyas, Diwali creates beautiful memories with family and friends.

Diwali decoration usually begins with cleaning. It is that time of the year when everybody cleans and decorates their home with beautiful diyas and lights. Why don’t you try something different this year?

Here are some tips from our studio.

1. Diyas

Diwali is incomplete without diyas! Get earthen diyas and decorate them.

2. Flower Decoration

 

Flowers are an important part of Diwali decoration. Marigolds in rangolis and strings are especially auspicious and colorful.

3. Flower Diyas

 

To bring in a modern look, you can envelop your diyas with flowers or float them in a large bowl of water, surrounded by flowers and petals. Add a few drops of color or aroma to the bowl and fill the room with a soothing fragrance.

4. Floating Candles

It is a theme that never gets old. Fill bowls of water and place floating candles on it. Add some decorative items at the bottom or color the water for a different look

5. Rangoli

The traditional rangoli gets a twist as you can add different elements such as diyas, earthen pots etc to it. You can also get creative with the designs you are making.

6. Paper Lanterns

Follow the oriental style of paper lanterns this Diwali for that fragile, exotic yet beautiful decoration.

7. Bulb Chain

Use paper bubbles and create a chain for bulbs that you can use to hang around the walls. These paper bubbles can be easily made at home using some paper and glue.

8. Decorated Candles

There are many who prefer the simple decoration with candles to light up their homes. Spice up your regular candles by decorating them.

9. Chocolate Floral Decoration

Make bouquets with chocolates wrapped in brilliant hued papers.

10. Balloon Twine Lights

Use balloons and twine to make amazing lanterns. Hang them around to give your home an artsy look.

11. Sea Shell Candles

Decorate your home with candles inserted in seashells for a different vibe.

12. Glass Bottle Lights

It is time to use the empty wine bottles and mason jars lying around your house. Put string lights in the bottles for a lovely glow.

Whatever you choose for your Diwali decoration this year, we hope this Festival of Light brings happiness, harmony peace and prosperity to your lives.

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