6 Ways To Make Your Home Diwali Ready
Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of India. It offers an exciting time to share a variety of sweets, savories, and cuisines with their family, friends, and neighbors. The arrival of the festival season requires the house to be decorated with new colors, new curtains, brand new furniture and things like for the wedding. There are many ways to decorate your house and welcome Diwali means welcoming of Laxmi into your homes.
Here are some decors herald the arrival of Diwali in your home without much effort. Here you go! .
1. Buy terracotta painted Laxmi and Lord Ganesh
It is symbolic here to welcome Diwali with a new photo of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesh. This year buy terracotta hand-painted idols of Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesh a new addition to your pooja room. The terracotta made idols is an idea gift presented for Diwali, useful for office too.
2. Make fresh flowers in your home wherever possible
Make floral arrangements in every shape with floaters, tumblers, quaint ceramic cups, vases. Let the fragrance fill the rooms of your house for two months. Paper lamps and Torans extend the celebrations to the balconies and hallways.
3. Welcome Diwali with a new lighting
The festival starts and ends with lights. Don’t limit the lights with candles, tea lights and crackers. This year bring home a new model of lighting made with artistic elements.
4. Go for colorful and rich textiles
Replace your old curtains, door mats, and others with a new variety of rich and colorful textiles. Let the richness in textiles bring new hope to your home for Diwali.
5. Go green
Do away with regular lampshades and bring new look green effect producing lamp. Made in round shape with small, glass made lamp placed over it. This new mode of lighting is sure to attract your friend’s attention.
6. Give utensils a makeover
Come festival; turn your attention to utensils. Give them a new polish makes the glassware and utensils a great look.
There are many ideas to renovate your home during Diwali. These are cost effective and celebrate the festival with your family and friends in true Indian style.
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