Diwali Decoration Ideas
We always loved the sweets, food delicacies made in our home, the decoration, and the most important Ganesh pooja. This day brings a lot of joy and happiness amongst the people, they meet one another distribute sweets, dry fruits, and whatnot.
I have always thought of Indian Festivals more of a way to meet our friends, the family shares the joy of the occasions.
The festival is actually running for five days, with the main event happening on the third day which is marked as the day when Lord Ram returns to his kingdom in Ayodhya. The festival is celebrated with joy and marked as an occasion of prosperity and win of truth over evil.
Before Diwali, houses are cleaned, maintained, and also been decorated with the light, Diyas, and so much more.
There is so much in the market to decorate the home with.
Here we will share some of the best ways to decorate your home for Diwali but in the limited budget and showcase your decoration with just a few tips and tricks.
Rangoli is an art form, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using either rice powder, colored sand, or even flower petals. It is a beautiful art which usually is made during Diwali. These days there is various net, pre-printed rangoli’s are available in the market which come under the budget, and one can easily decorate the house.
Hanging artworks are used many years from now, but these days a lot of different varieties have hit the market. There are small multicolored candle holders, huge wind chimes with decorative print over them, small lights for the wall decorations, and many more. There are even many printings, wall designs that come to decorate like “OM”, Pictures of Ganesh and Laxmi.
Go for fresh flower decoration
Flowers always go on every occasion and festival. Flowers add up freshness, calmness in the environment. Flowers can be used in patterns or in place of rangolis, in the entrance areas, in pooja ki thali.
Light it up
Foremost important is the lightning of the house, during Diwali, various lights, small candles, and Diyas are arranged in the pattern. These come in a pocket-friendly budget. Diyas come in various designs to choose from and they do look very good when lit in the night.
Center tables and Dining tables can also be lit up with the beautiful candle or Diya holders. Centerpieces with flowers or potpourri add aroma and take the decorations a notch higher.
Adding antique frames
Adding an antique frame in your room or home will help you to make your home look more decorated and Diwali ready.
There are many frames that come in nice decent colors, designs that give a royal look to your home under a normal budget.
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