5 Ways To Decorate Your Home This Diwali

5 Ways To Decorate Your Home This Diwali

Diwali is almost here and the most excitingthing about Diwali is the decor. It also brings a lot of relatives and friend inthe house to celebrate the vibe, and then you are in middle of bridge todecorate the house. 


It is fun but more of that, it is a confusion part of the festival. But no worries here are some tips for you to make your house more beautiful and gives you festive vibes.

Rug and floor

Simply lay a rug in a space that does not reflect your image of a cheerful house. Rugs are inexpensive, and a run that matches the area of the room will provide much-needed warmth during the holiday season. Don't buy rugs with patterns; the color of the rug is far more essential than the pattern. You can choose for peaceful colors like blue or green, neutral colors like beige or grey, or bright boho type carpets if this isn't your style. Just make sure everything makes sense when put together.

Golden festival

If your home is feeling a little drab this holiday season, add a little spice by adding gold articulates, decorative pieces, or even gold-colored cloth to your furnishings. These golden articulates will look great with yellow lighting. Gold will give your property a royal feel while also bringing in festive sentiments.

Creative is the new trend

You don't need to spend a lot of money to design your home because you can do it on a budget and in a unique way. Remember to be grateful for what you have at Diwali, to celebrate well-being, and to have some fun with decorations.

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Look after the walls

Fancy and expensive pieces of art can certainly make your home appealing to the eye, but there is nothing greater or more appealing than minimalist art. You use textured paint and blank frames to design your walls. Walls can also be decorated with DIY art pieces that are hung on the wall, or you can just paint your own artwork on the walls. The contrast will be crucial here, and if achieved, it will create a design that is appropriate for the holiday season. There's no need to repaint your entire house when you can simply add mirrors and locally made art to your walls. This Diwali, support your local artists; you'll make their Diwali as well.

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Decorative items

While a piece of art from a posh decorative gallery could look great on a table, some bottles with rope art, pain, and the correct lighting can also transform your room's corner. You can also make a tapestry out of pieces of cloth that match the walls, make a mosaic back-splash out of broken tiles, and hang ceramic plates on the walls. Simply add some thrift-store mirrors to give your corridor a new vibe, and you're good to go.