Diwali, the festival of lights is about decorating the house to welcome guests. During Diwali, the house is cleaned and decorated to welcome Goddess Laxmi, guests and relatives. As a part of the tradition, the house decorations are a must. Take a look at the rooms to use for Diwali decoration.
Diwali room decoration ideas:
Living room- Decorating the living room is a great idea. You can start with colouring the walls which suits the living room theme. Use decoration accessories such as lamps and rugs. If the wall paint is dark colour then choose light coloured accessories or vice versa. Set the living room table with a bowl of water with flower petals and floating candles. Change the curtains to finish the new look of the living room. You can use colourful light lamps with shades and hang them. Cover the floor with carpet and spray room freshener to spread the aroma in the house. You can also make rangoli and place the bowl in the center with burning floating candles in dim lamp light. These simple Diwali room decoration ideas for living room will have a good impression on the visitors.
Puja room: During any festival, puja room is the most highly visited room in the house. For making the festival charismatic, puja room decoration is another great idea. By decorating the puja room, you create the mood and ambiance of festive celebrations. So, decorate the puja room this Diwali to add spark to the colourful and bright celebration. Use flowers, lamps, colourful light bulbs and rangoli for puja room decoration this Diwali. You can make rangoli with flower petals or colourful rangoli powders. Finish this Diwali decoration idea with decorated diyas. Place lighted diyas in the rangoli to make it bright. Decorate the doors, windows and puja table with flowers and light bulbs.
Terrace/Verandah: To celebrate Diwali, people burst crackers on the terrace or verandah or terrace. As it is the free space in the house, it can be decorated with light bulbs to the fullest. Cover the boundaries with colourful electric light bulbs. You can also use candles to get the traditional look. Scented candles in the terrace not only spread its aroma around but also helps light crackers easily! You can also use flower rangoli near the entrance to add the ethnic look. Finish with diyas.
So, this Diwali, use these decoration ideas to add sparkle to the house.