Festival of lights : Diwali home decoration ideas 🙂
Glass bowl tealights :
Photo credits : Decorum/Homify
Crystal tealight holder :
Photo credits : M4design/Homify
If you are looking into a more permanent idea of light decoration maybe for your pooja room or so, this crystal tealight would be an excellent idea. The magical shadows cast by each of the crystals would be a definite headturner. You can add a battery operated LED tealight which are readily available in market for use as a permanent fixure.
3D Rangoli Floor mural :
Photo credits : Morbi Elegance 24/Homify
None of our festivities especially Diwali home decoration is complete without a colorful rangoli at our doorsteps. Break away from the hassle of having to handle the colors and not to forget cleaning up the rangoli at the end of the day – embrace the idea of readymade elegant 3D rangoli. With a modern twist to traditional decorations , this 3D rangoli or rather ceramic floor mural features lotus flowers which can be used to hold diyas. The best thing about this 3D rangoli is that it won’t get scattered all over the place by scurrying feet or blown away by the wind. It will stay put and remain as beautiful as the first day you placed it there, without requiring any extra work.
Brass Urli for living room :
Colourful ethnic cushion covers :
Colourful bed linens with matching curtains :
No house cleaning is complete without a fresh set of linen on your beds. And be sure to buy colourful ones with soothing tones this Diwali. This piece of bed cover with matching ethnic cushion covers and also that adorable curtain is a total hit! Diwali is after all a festival of colors and lights – why not reflect it in our diwali home decoration?
Beaded ethnic Curtains :
Photo courtesy : Memories of a Butterfly/Homify
I’m totally smitten by blue ha ha ! Add a vibrant ethnic touch to your entry way by adding some glass beaded curtains that match your actual curtains. They do add a much needed break to the monotony of colors and plain areas.