It’s that time of the year again when you get busy cleaning and decorating your home for the festival of lights, Diwali. With just a few days left, refurbishing your home is the most important part of the festival. Here are some quick-fixes that you can consider when revamping your home for the festival.
Add vibrancy to your kitchen
Your kitchen too needs a festive makeover, so add a dash of color — be it by including small corner shelves to store cutlery or interesting colored crockery. You can also opt for rustic ladle-hangers for your boring kitchen walls to give it an earthy touch. You can go in for quirky items like mugs, trays, and plates in quirky designs.
Opt for vibrant curtains
There is nothing better than colorful curtains to make your decor extra special. Opt for some fancy fabrics like tissue or crepe cotton, which are available in new patterns like prints and applique. These curtains look stylish as they are transparent and flowy with rich prints like floral, geometric shapes, abstract art, etc. Golden is specifically used in most of the furnishings as it evokes festivity. Curtains in tissue, brasso and silk will give that festive sheen to your home. While colors like ivory and gold adorned with applique and prints in red, maroon, lilac and blue will make your house look lively. You can get these vibrant curtains from Blinds and Curtains.
Pink and orange cushions with a dash of gold
The best part about cushion covers is that they brighten up the entire place without much effort. Moreover, they come in a variety of bright colors, which makes them even more attractive. You can go for some interesting colors like fuchsia pink, turquoise, orange, royal blue with gold work on it. These are mostly in art silk or jute fabric and have interesting brasso work in velvet as well as retro prints that will light up any dull background. These are colors which are synonymous with Diwali and can instantly make your home look beautiful. Make your appointment with Everrest, to get your customized cushion as expected.
In case you don’t have much time on you to give your home a complete makeover, don’t worry. Try out wall hangings in different shapes and sizes. There are several handicraft stores all over the city — you can get jhoomars in various hues and put them up all together in different corners of your home to enlighten your decor. You can get these wall décor items online. There are so many options to choose from, Like – Walliv, Moorni, IKEA, Souq.
You can put Torans or buntings as they are popularly called, in front of your entrance door. Torans are considered to be auspicious. Traditionally, the Torans were created with mango or coconut leaves, but in the past few years, the markets stock up on the artificial ones. You can even get them online.
Table full of lights
Give your usual glass table a makeover and make it quirky by decorating it with candles or diyas. Take a glass or floating candles in the same color and size and place them on the table. Make sure that only the edges of the table are visible, and rest are covered with diyas. Light the diyas and decorate the surrounding of the table with artificial flowers. You can get beautifully decorated diyas online too.
Paper bag lanterns
This year, instead of the mud diyas, you can also opt for paper bag lanterns to make the entrance of your home look beautiful and different.
Go for these quick tips and your precious home will be all set for Diwali. Like & Share this blog and Do let us know your thoughts in comment section. HomesScope team wishes you and your family a very Happy Diwali & prosperous New Year.
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