Diwali, the most celebrated Hindu festival, is quickly approaching. Diwali is celebrated with a spectacular light, colour, and decoration display. Given that this festival celebrates the triumph of good over evil, Diwali decorations emphasise optimism by using bright lights and vibrant decorations. People clean, decorate their homes with lights, flowers, and Rangolis, and pray for peace and prosperity. Bright accents and traditional decor with a modern twist should be used to decorate your home for Diwali. The various lampshades represent our joyful emotions, and the mithais represent the sweetness of life. Decorate your home this Diwali with these modern and fresh decor ideas.
- Flower Decoration
Flowers play an important role in Diwali decorating. Make sure your apartments are ready for the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi and your loved ones this Diwali. Passers-by will undoubtedly appreciate a visually appealing floral door or window decoration. Yellow, cerise, and red carnations, orange gerberas, and yellow roses are examples of Diwali flowers in a vase.
- Diwali Torans
Diwali torans, or wall hangings, are both decorative and auspicious seasonal features. To create genuine Diwali charm, make torans out of discarded materials or use Ganesha wall hangings. They’re trendy, and they’ll add a traditional touch to your Diwali decorations.
- Fairy Lights
Fairy lights are commonly used to decorate the front of a house. Bring them inside right now for a truly one-of-a-kind Diwali decoration. Fairy lights, which can be used to create a stunning illuminating effect in glass vases or in puja rooms, are your saviour.
- Glass Jar Lanterns
This is one of the most creative home decorating ideas.As a lantern, an empty glass jar can be used. You can make them unique by drawing your own designs on them. Inside, a diya or small artificial light can be used. These lovely glass jar lanterns can be used to adorn the shelves or balcony of your home.
- Colourful Candles
Because they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours, vibrant candles catch everyone’s attention. There are three different ways to enchant with candles this Diwali. For a stunning visual treat, use engraved candles, colourful candles to brighten up the corners of the house, or chic candle burners that have been stylishly carved.
- Metallic Showpieces
Metallic objects with a rustic appearance add a touch of beauty and traditionalism to an otherwise modern space. In addition, Diwali is a great time to experiment with home decor. If you have any old, large metallic containers lying around, you can scatter them around the walls and ceilings of your living room, hallway, and balcony. They should be filled with water, adorned with petals and flowers, and lit by candles or diyas (earthen lamps).