Bringing the festive cheer home in simple ways
Diwali is the most colorful, biggest and brightest festival celebrated in India. The festival metaphorically signifies the victory of light over darkness. A lot of families pre-plan their Diwali decor to reflect this. Most of them redo their complete home. However, you could even make small changes to transform your interiors without the hassle of complete renovation.
So, if you aren’t planning to do a complete home makeover, you can try out these simple DIY tricks:
Sea Shell Candles
Make use of your old seashell collection this Diwali to make some candles.
You can place these beautiful shells on your bedside table or on the uPVC window sill. However, exercise caution in your placement, taking care to keep them away from curtains or any loose flammable materials.
If you are not a sea person, perhaps fruits will be more to your liking! An easy and fun way to make lamps for your room is to use fruits. Not only will they provide a burst of color, they will also impart a fruity fragrance to your room.
Place them at the entrance to your door or in the bathroom, for a luxurious ambience and a pleasant-smelling room!
Paper Bubble Bulbs
Lighten up your room with these avant-garde paper bulbs. They are pretty and easy to make in a few steps.
You can string them across the wall above your bed, or wrap them around the foot of your bed. You could also hang them on your curtain rods to light up your window & doors.
Create a rangoli on your wall! Pick an empty wall in your room or one which already has a painting on it. You could pick a color scheme to complement the painting.
Express your artistic self this Diwali; this will create a festive atmosphere the whole year through!
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