Get your home ready for Diwali, Diwali decoration ideas

Diwali is here and your mom is constantly nagging you to help her clean the house! But what after the cleaning? How to give our cleaning house Diwali vibes? Don’t worry we got you covered, below I’m listing down some ideas for your Diwali decor, give your house a festive vibe.

• Fairy Lights

If you’re feeling lazy and don’t wanna go extra these are the most convenient and basic options to instantly change the room’s aesthetic and give it a merry and bright makeover. It is very easy to install and it also matches your festive aesthetic.

• Diyas Lights or lights in the shape of diya

Diya is the heart of the festival and it should be included in your decoration too. Artificial diyas and lighting in the shape of diyas are available in the market. These are super easy to install and looks beautiful with any decor.

• Flower maala

Flower maalas are evergreen and very affordable for any decoration. You can use real flowers for the malaas and they are easily available anywhere but if you want something that doesn’t wither so quick you can use artificial flower masala to make your Diwali decor colourful.

• Rattan Balls

Use multi-colour rattan balls with fairy lights to decorate your room, balcony, porch, door etc. and make your decor vibrant, colourful and festive.

• Decorative Candles

Decorative candles are a must-buy for your Diwali decoration. You can use these in so many different ways like decorating your rangoli, table, centrepiece, the small mandir at your home and much more.

• Lantern and Lamps

Diwali is incomplete if your decor doesn’t have lanterns. This is the most important decor in the festival and the lantern on your porch is the official announcement that Diwali is here.

• Torans

Torans are the sign of welcome and are used to decorate the frame of the door and window. You’ll find both flower and light Torans or you can use either flowers or light toran in your decoration.