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7 Tips To Help You Make Your Home Go Ethnic This Diwali!

Diwali is coming up and with it the traditional Diwali cleaning and decorating. Now is the time most people like to splurge on their homes and beautify them to welcome joy and prosperity. Need some inspiration/easy tricks to help you get your home Diwali-ready this year? Here are a few tips to follow:

Let a hundred flowers bloom: One of the easiest ways to change the way your home looks, feels and smells is by using flowers. Whether you go the traditional route with marigolds and roses or opt for something more exotic, there is a certain beauty and grace that a bunch of cheerful blooms add to one’s home.

#1 Flower torans: Your door is the first thing people notice about your home. Create a lasting impression with a stunning floral toran to welcome your visitors.

#2 Flower chandeliers: Hang flowers from your chandelier to give your home a majestic look that is sure to impress your loved ones!

#3 Flower curtains: Decorate your entryways with stunning flower curtains to give each room a warm and welcoming look!
Light up your world: Diwali is incomplete without lights, it is the purpose of the festival after all! Diyas, candles, fairy lights and more, the lighting options for Diwali are wide and varied. Let’s take a look at how you can transform your home with lights this Diwali!

#4 Diyas: By far the most traditional way to decorate your home come Diwali. There is nothing quite like the glow of a simple clay diya to transform your home. If you’re not comfortable with the constant supervision and refilling a diya requires, you can also use candles or tea-lights instead!

#5 Mason jar lights: Have a spare mason jar or clear glass jar? Put a string of fairy lights in them and see how they transform your entire room!

#6 Lanterns: Colourful paper lanterns are another wonderful way to add colour and light to your home even on a budget! Hang them from a wall or a doorway and see your space brighten immediately!

#7 Try something new with your fabrics: Adding lights and flowers to your home are just the beginning of your home decoration journey. Diwali is the perfect time to give your home a luxurious look with something totally new. Be it a silken throw on your couch, a mishmash of brightly coloured cushions to add a pop of vibrancy to the space or even switching your regular planters for festive coloured ones! Even a small change can totally change the way your home looks and give it the festive vibe you’ve been aiming for!

A few simple decor changes can ensure that this festive time can be spent in a space that filled with light, colour, fragrance and love.

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