Happy Diwali 2023 Creative home decorations

Happy Diwali 2023 Creative home decorations

Diwali, the festival of lights, is not just a celebration; It is an emotion sparked by a combination of tradition, culture and creativity that illuminates our homes and hearts. As the air fills with the sweet scent of incense and the flickering of thousands of earthen lamps (diyas), there is an irresistible desire to transform our homes into a palette of light and colour. While the timeless beauty of traditional Diwali decorations never fades, there is an enchanting world of innovation waiting to be explored.

Neetu Singh, Founder Director, Scentiments Global Pvt Ltd, shared some eco-friendly decorating tips on the occasion of Diwali

“In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the environmental impact of festivals,” she said. “To make Diwali celebrations more sustainable, consider using eco-friendly decor items. Opt for biodegradable rangoli materials, reusable clay diyas, and decorations made” from recycled materials. You can also create a stunning centerpiece using potted plants and succulents, which can be kept and cared for long after the celebrations are over.”

Magic masterpiece floor lamp:

In this regard, Neetu Singh stated the following:

Create a stunning mural using clay diya. Arrange them in the shape of a traditional motif, a peacock, or even spell out the word ‘Diwali’. Paint the diyas in vibrant colors or decorate them with intricate designs. Not only does this add a beautiful touch to your decor, but it also supports local artisans.

Line your walkway or garden with rows of clay. To add a social touch, invite friends and family to paint and decorate this Diwali together in the days leading up to Diwali. The combined effort will make your entryway sparkle with warmth and community spirit.

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Elevate your creativity with paper and flower decor:

Make delicate paper lanterns using colored paper. Hang them from ceilings or string lights through them for a whimsical effect. You can also place LED tea lights inside these lanterns for a soft, ambient glow.

Make plush wreaths from crepe or tissue paper. These bright and cheerful wreaths can be hung on doorways, windows or walls, adding a pop of color to your home decor.

Create intricate lotus flowers using origami techniques. They can be placed in bowls of water with floating candles or used as table centerpieces. Lotus flowers symbolize purity and enlightenment, making them the perfect addition to your Diwali decor.

Create beautiful paper torans (door hangings) using origami or paper cutting techniques. Decorate it with artificial or real flower decorations to add an elegant and fragrant touch to your entryway.

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Magic candle decorations:

  • Centerpiece of floating candles

Fill a shallow glass bowl with water and place scented or decorative candles on its surface. Add flower petals, colorful beads, or small decorative items like crystals for an enchanting effect. Place the centerpiece on your dining table or coffee table for a charming focal point.

Decorate mason jars with colorful paints, glitter, or intricate henna-inspired designs. Place tea lights or votive candles inside decorative jars. Arrange these candle holders along windowsills, shelves, or as a charming table centerpiece.

Install decorative wall sconces or shelves on your walls. Place pillar candles or LED candles on these sconces to create elegant and visually appealing wall decor. Consider using candlesticks with intricate designs or mirrors to beautifully reflect candlelight.

Hang decorative lanterns filled with candles from tree branches in your garden or on your porch. The soft flickering light emanating from the lanterns will create a magical and cozy outdoor atmosphere.

Create a captivating candle chandelier by hanging candles from a decorative frame or wire. Hang it above your dining table or in your living room for a unique and romantic lighting solution.

Incorporate candles into your rangoli design. Place tea lights or small candles strategically within the rangoli pattern. When lit, these candles will make your rangoli design come to life with a warm and enchanting glow.

  • Hollow fruit or vegetable candles

Hole fruits like oranges or baby squash or vegetables like bell peppers. Place tea lights or small candles inside hollowed out fruits or vegetables. These natural candle holders can be a delightful addition to your Diwali decor.

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Hanging lamps for Diwali:

“Welcome light and joy into your home this Diwali with wall-mounted lamps, which radiate enchanting magic,” said Raghunandan Saraf, Founder and CEO, Saraf Furniture, “These bright additions will not only make your surroundings cozy and homely, but will also showcase the spirit of the festival of lights.” In a captivating way. Liven up your living room or hallway by decorating it with a stunning array of colorful paper lanterns. These vibrant decorations, which come in different sizes and shapes, “can be arranged at heights to add beauty to the wall. Incorporate colors like red, gold and orange that blend well with your existing decor to get in the festive mood.”

“Choose pendant diya lamps for a touch of ethnic elegance. Elaborate and meticulously designed metal or clay lamps radiate an everlasting appeal. These include pendant lamps, dangling from decorative chains or vibrant threads, which in clusters form an enchanting and nostalgic image,” he added. Strong respect for tradition.”

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Mirror decorations:

Tejpal Singh Shekhawat, Founder and CEO, Kalyanam Furniture, said: “Mirrors are at the forefront when it comes to decorating one’s residence to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, with vibrant and luxurious décor. The reason why mirrors are so great is that they can reflect and intensify lights naturally, so You should use them to make your Diwali decor bright and attractive. One creative way is to create a beautiful mirror rangoli. This rangoli design consists of many small mirrors that make it not only look gorgeous but also double the light of the diyas and candles placed on it. For an eye-catching effect, arrange mirrors in intricate patterns or traditional motifs.”

“You can also use mirrored torans or door hangings as a great way to incorporate mirrors into your Diwali decor. To make your entrance more attractive, these door decorations are often made of bright colors of fabric or beads and decorated with small mirrors,” he added. “It shines the light,” he added. You can use them with mirrored chargers or placemats on the dining table. These mirrors are not only an aesthetically pleasing addition, but also capture the flame and warmth of a traditional Diwali feast.”

Arrange a set of tea light trays/mirror framed candle holders on your mantel or shelf for a captivating scene. When the candles are burning, the mirrors will dance with the soft flickering of the flame, making the atmosphere of the room magical.

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Wooden ball decorations:

Riddhima Kansal, Director, Rosemoore, said: “Make your home decor this Diwali more sensual and enjoyable by adding scented wooden balls to your festive arrangement for something grand. These beautiful little balls not only bring a visual treat, they also add a pleasant aroma and perk up your surroundings.” Energized with a mixed feel that adds to the festive flavour.

“The scented wooden balls can be used in many creative ways, such as placing them in decorative bowls or trays that can be placed strategically in homes. Choose Diwali-inspired scents like warm spices, like cinnamon and cardamom, or softly scented florals, like rose and jasmine. Arrange the wooden balls The scented one is meant to be placed in the center of the table along with other decorative items such as candles and flower arrangements. The scented wooden balls will release their fragrance as the candles flicker and the flowers bloom and fill. “They add warmth to the room through their scent,” she added. You can also make unique wreaths and wall hangings using scented wooden balls strung together with beads or other decorative materials.”

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