Festive Decorations:- Home Décor for Indian festivals

The months of September, October and November witness a lot of festivals in India. Indian festivals of Dusshera, Navratri, Deepawali and Bhai-dujj are some of the most awaited events of the year. For little kids, it is a time to buy toys, crackers and sweets where as young fashion-loving girls relish shopping for season’s trendiest traditional clothes in festivals. However, modern home makers and people who have a flair for interior decoration see this time as an opportunity to add Indian essence to their homes and make it more beautiful with festive home decorative items. This exercise requires plenty of imagination and creativity.


Here’s how you can do it:-

Create colourful and vibrant rooms:-

Indian culture is synonyms with colours, vivacity and diversity. So, when you are targeting a festive look, you can think of comfort, style and lots and lots of colours! You can use silk fabric cushion covers and throws to reflect the richness and luxuriousness of Indian culture. Embroidered sofa throws sporting vibrant hues add a unique charm into the overall  décor scheme of the room.

Add a dash of glass:-

Glass material is often associated with elegance and sophistication. Mirrors, glass decorative items, vases have huge ability to transform any plain living area into a warm and welcoming stylish space. Accessorize with mirrors to accentuate the beauty of homes in festivals.

Beautify with flowers and chandles:-

You can arrange flowers on the staircases or place them alongside lamps to create a Indian festive look.  Elegant decorative candles or small earthen diyas can be used to breathe charm into any home.

You can buy these items online during end of the season home sale at fair prices. So ladies, if you haven’t started yet, hurry up and grab the best bargains on festive home décor items.


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