Diwali is around the corner, and festivity is all around. Colourful Rangolis, divas and bright lights are just add-ons to lift up the mood. The market is flooded with all kind of lights and divas, which definitely put you in dilemma, to opt for one among them. But, getting all of them is not a good choice.
Here are some tips, which helps you to decide the best one and make your Diwali even more special.
Clay diyas can never go wrong when it comes to Diwali décor. It is easily available in all shapes and sizes with beautiful designs. How about adding up a little creativity to those diyas? They just look amazing and give you a chance to show off your part of creativity in front of guests. A few acrylic colours and brushes- that’s all you need and there you are! BOOM!
#FloatingDiyas and candles
Floating diyas and candles are always a go-to decoration, which never fails to attract people with its contemporary look and freshness. Try it out by putting floating diyas and candles in a large bowl of water with rose petals or marigold flowers around it. They give you the freshness and lifts up the festive mood even more around the house.
There are different lanterns available in the market either in the form of paper or metal. Pick the most beautiful designs among them, as they give your walls a kaleidoscopic effect, which makes your home a Diwali ready. People might go crazy on that looks. So be careful!
Who doesn’t know about fairy lights? When we think of Diwali we think of lights and especially fairy lights. It gives you such a good feeling as it is available in so many colours. Wrap it around the corners, vases or just hang it like a strip. Let it twinkle!
Candles all around? Remake them, DIY them and go creative. Add glitters, leaves colours, designs and let your home do the talking this time. Add essential oils to them to freshen up the environment. People would love that!
Whether away from home or celebrating with family, these pocket-friendly tips are definitely going to be your saviour.
Now that I have shared some ideas, hope your homes be illuminated always.
Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali from Dreamzone, Banaswadi