The Diwali cleaning of your house is done, your festival wardrobe is set, so now comes the time to decorate your home. The festival of lights, happiness and prosperity is coming. Once your house is spick and span, here are some handy decor tips to make your home interiors glamorous and ready for the festive season.
The start of Diwali brings a welcomed opportunity to hit the reset button, and give your home a brand new look. Here are awesome tips to help you transform your home into a gorgeous and welcoming space.
Revamp your furnishings and linen:
- Replace old curtains, cushion covers and sofa covers with new ones for a different look.
- The easiest and most affordable way to renew your homes is using different textures and colours of textiles for home furnishings.
- The centre table is an important part of your living room, and grabs instant attention of your guests.
- This Diwali, add a fancy table-cloth, candles, statues, a bowl full of potpourri or other showpieces.
- Arrange your silverware and antique cutlery on the dining table or in the glass shelves near the dining area.
Glow your home with lights:
- Buy decorative, colourful starry lights to brighten up your home.
- Go for fancy clay diyas to adorn your balcony, window sills and veranda.
- Let twinkling lanterns and flower garlands adorn your home entrance.
Spread the fragrance:
- Along with the decoration, it is important that your house smells fresh during the festival days.
- Shop for aromatic candles, scented incense sticks to add a refreshing ambience at home.
- Don’t forget to add a touch of fragrance in your bathrooms.
Decorating the society
- Once your home is looking splendid, it is time to focus on the society decoration.
- All the members of Swapna Srushti get together to make rangoli, decorate and lighten up the society.
- Draw small size rangolis at different corners of the society and near main gate!
There are endless ideas for Diwali makeover for your homes. So, get creative with these tips in mind, look out for the season’s trending style and bring them into your home.
Wish you all a very happy and safe Diwali!