Diwali is all about lights, divinity, and celebration. It is that time of the year when you clean and decorates your home. The celebration of the festival is what we Indians believe in the most and we at Swapna Srushti residency, celebrate all festivals, including Diwali with a lot of enthusiasm and unity.
For those of you staying in flats, we have a handful of decorating ideas to bring some festivity into your home this month. The trick to styling up your home is to use different textures (throws, carpet, lighting) and traditional styling.
Be it from your living area or your balcony, we have some useful tips to use fabrics along with resources to make your home look glorious and elegant this festive season :
- Add some ethnic touch:
You can use brocade textile in the living room as curtains to create a contemporary style of interiors. Also, it can be used as cushion covers to dazzle up your home.
During festival season, add a rich shade of chiffon on your walls as a wallpaper to make it look exquisite and glorious. You can even use it to revamp your table covers, curtains, bed sheets and more.
- The Glitter look:
Adding metallic shine fabrics in pillows is one of the most economical ways to add an element of royalty to your interiors. Shiny pillows in different patterns, designs and colours are perfect to add on your plain or light-coloured sofa. They not only look classy, but they can charge up the interiors.
- Go green:
The current trend is to go green this season, with your home interiors. Create a subtle effect and layer different shades of green together; think olive, mint, pistachio, and aqua teemed with beautiful bed linen, throws, and cushions. Green hues bring an element of calmness in your home and enhance the mood of any room.
Home furnishing and trendy society decor go hand in hand. Find out new and interesting ways of DIY things or resources from the market to make your home a dream home this festive season.
Swapna Srushti invites you to celebrate this Diwali with us and take away an embedded memory in your heart. Make it an eco-friendly Diwali this year. Recycle and reuse, and decorate your homes with the festive spirit.
It’s time for you to mix and match various fabrics and other resources to decorate your homes during Diwali. Swapna Srushti wishes you all a very Happy Diwali!