Looking for stunning yet simple Diwali decoration ideas for your home? These eco-friendly decor ideas will get your home festival ready in a jiffy!
Why not ramp up your festive decor by adding a touch of sustainability to it? These will save you bucks as well as time and add just the right amount of glamour to your home. From trendy lamps to rangolis made of microgreens, these are the ideas we have shortlisted for you to ace the Diwali decor.
1. Flower rangolis
Diwali isn’t complete without a rangoli. But this year, substituting the colours with microgreens may be a great idea. It will add just the flair you are looking for and make your home come alive.
2. Wall hangings
There is nothing that can light up your space better than a series of diyas. These easy-to-make wall hangings take no time and work wonders to light up the whole room.
3. Flower lights
If you’d like to take the diya decor up a notch maybe you should try these flower lights. A bonus is that they make a great backdrop for all your pictures.
4. Modern lanterns
Who knew with just a few glass jars you could create something so beautiful? Here’s a hack that will allow you to repurpose your old jars into new creations.
5. Let the bells chime!
This unique idea shows you how to repurpose your Christmas (or any other festive) bells into Diwali decor in a few easy steps. They make fascinating additions to have around the home.
Torans go beyond being beautiful decor items and have immense religious significance. When hung at the doorway they are said to please Goddess Lakshmi. This year, instead of flower torans you could go in for paper ones. This video shows you how.
7. DIY pooja thali
Why not create your very own pooja thali from scratch using these simple steps? Here’s how.
Edited by Pranita Bhat
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