For Indians, the holiday season begins in October. Naturally, we will all seek opportunities to celebrate in novel ways. People find different ways to decorate their homes. There are many different ways by which one can decorate their homes. Here are some interior decor ideas that will last until the end of this year’s festivities:
Leverage express painting:
Many companies offer express painting, which is safe and includes at-your-door-step facilities like consultancy and estimation. They provide skilled painters, on-site supervisors and most of all a dust-free experience which is safe and eco-friendly. The trained professionals use automated tools and guarantee post-painting site clean-up and sanitisation. They precisely cover the floor and furniture before they begin painting to avoid staining.
Handicrafts and Decor:
The industry offers various options in various sizes, patterns, materials, colour tones, and positions. Many decorators advise choosing golden-hued animal/bird-shaped T-holders that resemble an elephant, horse, or wall-mounted, traditional T-shaped light holders.
Home Lighting options for the Festivities:
The living room can benefit from fairy lights. They can be positioned against the wall or along the windowsill. Scented candles are a fantastic light source for your home, a beautiful décor addition, and an aromatic ambience. Diyas stand for the passage from darkness into light. You can arrange diyas in an authentic way for Diwali and let them float in a bowl of water with gorgeous flower petals.
Spiff Up your Coffee table:
Use old things in new ways rather than acquiring more. Clay diyas on your coffee table can spruce up the atmosphere of your living room. You can add some table candles and oil lamps to the table along with all the delectable sweets and savoury foods to make your meal more enjoyable. You can add coloured napkins and silver cutlery to adorn your coffee or dining table further. Make sure to include a gorgeous tablecloth because it can completely alter the appearance of your eating room.
Use Colours to Enliven Your Space:
If you wish to brighten up your house, then lanterns and streamers are your saviors. The best time of year to put them on display in your living room is around Diwali. As a quick fix for the living room, you can utilize handcrafted lanterns in green, purple-red, and blue that are neatly strung over a wall. Installing a stunning handmade chandelier constructed with various coloured crepe paper and sparkling streamers from the centre of the ceiling will further the room’s ambience.
We are talking of colours, and how can we not think of Rangoli? Rangoli is a traditional Hindu floor art in which designs are made with coloured sand, coloured flower petals, and coloured rice. Make an original Diwali artwork by hand-drawing a rangoli that represents a traditional floor mat.
The festive season begins with Navratri, followed by Dussehra, Karwa Chauth, Dhanteras, Diwali and BhaiDooj. People celebrate them with a lot of pomp and show. You can use these tips to decorate your home during the festive season effortlessly. The above-mentioned points shall surely help in making your home glam up in your festivities.