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Diwali, the most beautiful and brightest festival in our culture is
just around the corner. I know a lot of my readers were waiting for the post on Diwali Decor Ideas
Your wait ends here.
Rangoli at the entrance makes it cheerful and inviting. Make one with colors or with petals, put some diyas or candles, and see the mesmerizing effect.
Toran made of marigold flower strings and mango leaves adds perfect festive cheer.
Bright and vibrant color walls add to the festive glow. Give a fresh coat of bright color to your walls and you are all set to welcome festivity.
Bring in greens and don’t forget the flower power. Strings of marigolds on walls give a festive look to the home.
Take out all the lanterns, candles, tealight candles, diyas and lamps. It’s time to display those beauties all around the home.
Apart from this, there are a lot of things that you can do to make your home look pleasing and inviting. Cushions especially silk or brocade with bling look perfect, use some nice matching throw and rug for a cozy look.
Make a cluster of pillar candles and tealights and put one decorative mirror behind the arrangement. This setting will double up the charm and glow of your space.
To make a table centerpiece: take any tray put some pebbles with flowers or petals then put tea lights in any fashion linear, circular, or random then put some pearls around each tea light. You are ready to greet your guests 🙂
Hope you will find these tips interesting and will try out some to make your home ready for the biggest festival.