Diwali Decoration Ideas and Tips



The festival of light, Diwali, is one of the biggest festivals of India. Celebrated in the Kartik Month (October – November) every year, it remains that time of the year when everyone irrespective of his or her busy schedule, takes out time to clean the whole house, and decorate it in a manner so that it looks fresh and beautiful.

There is no denying the fact that the whole process of giving a facelift to the house is a time consuming task. However, if you are too tied up with your work and don't have the time to renovate the home before the festival, here are some of the tips to quickly make your home look special and sparkling new.

One at a Time…

Cleaning every corner of the house before Diwali makes one feel good, however it needs lots of effort and time. Taking up one room everyday can lessen this hassle. Just take out little time from your schedule and clean one division of the home everyday. This will reduce the exertion and on the Diwali you can just concentrate on decorating it.

Change the Look…

How about buying new bed sheets, new sofa covers and new curtains this weekend for Diwali. It could change the entire look of the house. And when you go for shopping, opt for colors that you have never tried before. Colors like blue, orange and yellow can do wonders and go for trendy patterns and fabric.

Zig-Zag…

The next thing that you can do is shuffling the setting of your home. It will break the monotony and make the rooms look fresh. Along with settings of the furniture, one should also change the placement of the decorative pieces and paintings in the home.

Light It Well…

Diwali and lights are synonymous to each to other, so lit every corner of your home to give you the festive feel. Floating candles and designer colorful candles in different shapes and sizes can enhance the spiritual feel on the day. Along with this, traditional diyas are also a good option. One can save a lot of electricity by opting candles and diyas.

Diwali Touch…

The last and the most important thing – the final customary Diwali decoration. Decorate the entire house with lot of flowers, chandeliers, and design rangoli near the entrance. If you want to do something different, you can opt for glass fiber chandelier that looks splendid and classy. Now don't wait anymore and get started with the Diwali preparations.

Source – This wonderful Diwali Decoration Ideas and Tips is from an old magazine.