Diwali, the festival of light, promises to bring with it a burst of happiness and cheer with the onset of a new season. Every Diwali, people light up their houses beautifully and the streets sparkle with fairy lights, earthen lamps, and colourful lanterns. But with hectic schedules, it might get a little tough for people to indulge in Diwali preparations.
If you are still looking for ideas, then here’s some inspiration to stand out:
Hot air balloon
Take your lighting game a notch higher and decorate your living space beautifully with these hot air balloon lightings.
Candles are the best way to light up your surroundings if you want to go for a cleaner and greener Diwali this year, And what is even better is lighting candles that will not only light up your surroundings but will fill it up with a waft of your favourite scent.
You can score beautiful hand painted and colourful diyas this Diwali instead of opting for the regular ones. They add a dash of colour and beauty to your decorations with no added effort.
Starry light curtains
If you want a warm, cozy decor to light up your home, look no further, These starry light curtains are dreamy, gorgeous and picture perfect.
Brass bowls and tea lights
Instead of filling earthen lamps with oil or ghee to light up your surroundings, go for brass bowls and place some tea candles inside them. They give out a perfect shade of light and will definitely make for an enviable decoration.
LED lamps are low cost, low maintenance and reusable. Moreover, you can choose your own colour of light and tweak the length and brightness of the lamps.
Fairy lights in a bottle
Placing fairy lights in a glass bottle is the perfect decoration idea if you want to go for something that is comforting, soothing and gives out a laidback vibe. Apart from lighting your space, it will also add warmth and charm to your surroundings.
Go for traditional earthen lamps if you want to decorate your house in an old-school fashion. The good old earthen lamp exudes a beautiful vibe and adds the perfect zing to the celebrations.
So how are you going to light up your home this Diwali?