Top 6 ideas to decore your home this diwali in 48 hours

Our home is a place where we feel safe and relaxed. Everyone likes to decorate their house in their own way, when it comes to festivals especially Diwali home decor the decoration is different and bright. We try to update our current theme and decor of the house, exchanging it with the new. 

If you’re someone who is into decorations and interior designing of home then this blog is especially for you all. Every Diwali home decor we do each year is different, but this year let’s do something special. After two years, we are getting the opportunity to celebrate the festival with great pomp and show them why to worry. This year fulfil all your wishes that were left incomplete due to the pandemic in these two years. 

Here is an idea to decorate your house on Diwali within 48 hours

#Began with Pooja room 

The Pooja room is an important part of our home. Start your home decor with a pooja room, it is the only room which you can fill with spiritual vibes by lighting diyas and making a rangoli at the entrance of the room. Lit up the room with diyas and incense sticks, prepare your favourite food and wait for Goddess Laxmi to enlighten you with her pure blessings. 

#Make GendaPhool your priority 

There is nothing better than GendPhool in this world when it comes to home decor. Genda Phool is a yellow and orange colour flower known to be a multi-use flower, which is used for decorations, in pooja and even to fill the house with the smell of scent. Hence keep a GendaPhool your priority. 

#Light up your house 

Diwali is the festival of lights and not lighting up the house with lights is just like spoiling the entire mood. Hence take out all your decorative lights or buy a new one and bring out your creativity by using them in the form of the best home decor you can ever do. There are different kinds and shapes of lights available in the market, hence dig out your favourite one immediately. 

#Decorate your entrance 

Your door of the house is the gateway to your happiness and hence when it comes to festivals we tend to decorate the door of the house first. This Diwali does something different, decorate your house with various decorative artificial garlands at the corner of the doors and Rangoli. Rangoli is an important part of culture hence bringing out your creativity at its best. Also if you aren’t one then you have the world of the internet, where you can find one which is simplest and easy.

#Make diyas your best friend 

Diyas have great importance when it comes to the festival of Diwali. Diyas were important back then when the concept of the festival was started and still carry the same importance to date. Other than using decorative colourful diyas, don’t forget to hook yourself with the traditional clay diyas and light them up giving your house decor an add-on gratification. 

#Use the power of petals 

Flowers look beautiful because of their petals and hence use this aspect of flowers to decorate your house. Buy different flowers, pluck out their petals and spread them as well as shower them everywhere possible so that your house can look like a partial garden that is filled with different essence and gives a fresh look. 

So, this Diwali you don’t have to worry about anything, just look around and use those minimal things that can become part of your home decor and make your home Diwali ready with a happy heart and great enthusiasm. 

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