Monday, October 21, 2019

Economical tips to decorate your house this Diwali



Diwali is just around the corner. It is one one my favourite festivals. I love the whole Diwali vibe. Cleaning the house, decorating it with lights, flowers, getting ready, meeting relatives and eating lots of yummy mithai 😁.

I will share some very easy and economical tips to make your house look beautiful for Diwali.

🌟 Flowers :

                             



Marigold flowers are not expensive. You can decorate your windows, staircase and doors with pretty orange and yellow flowers.
You can even make beautiful rangoli with the flower petals.  Add water in a glass or a copper bowl and put the flowers. It looks very pretty .

🌟 Paper lampshades :



                                   

These look very pretty and are not expensive. You get lots of colours and designs. These are available in every local market and also on @amazondotin.

                                            
🌟 Fairy Lights :

    


These days you get a lot of options in fairy lights. Chinese fairy lights are available easily which are not very expensive. You can buy once and use for 3-5 years. You get different colours and shapes in the lights. You can use them in different ways. They can be hung on your balcony windows, inside your room, you can even put them inside an empty glass bottle.

🌟 Diyas / Candles :


  



      
I love the traditional mitti ke Diyas. They're not very expensive and you can use them for a number of years. Also these days you get lots of pretty candles. You can mix and match Diyas and candles to decorate your house.

🌟Bangles :

You can use colourful bangles with a string and hang outside your Pooja room. Be more creative and add ghungroos also to it. 

🌟 Plants :

If you are a plant lover, you can arrange your pots in different ways and put lights or flowers around them. It looks really pretty.

🌟 Rangoli :



                                                 


You can be creative and make pretty Rangoli with flowers, natural dyes, rice and pulses.

Hope you all have a colourful Diwali. Do share your Diwali decoration ideas in the comments below.


Another beautiful article on Diwali  . Must Read

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12 comments:

  1. Diwali is also my Fav festival.
    I follow all the pointers except for bangles and ghungroos.Any specific reason to hang it before puja room.

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  2. Wow that's a very economical way to decorate the house. Even I believe in spending as less as possible and using the money for food or buying things to give to our loved ones.

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  3. Nice and pocket-friendly ideas for decoration in your post. I liked the way you have identified and described each item, linking it so well to the spirit of the festival Diwali. Nice post :)

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  4. Wow loved all the ideas and I use most of them..flowers and rangoli most easy and in expensive options that can add a nice touch to our diwali decor in less time.

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  5. Diwali actually soothes the soul. Every time it feels new. Thank you for sharing those wonderful tips.I am going to borrow ur ideas.

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  6. These are lovely tips to celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly manner. I plan to incorporate some of these in my decorations too.
    Noor Anand Chawla

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  7. These are so many beautiful and amusing ways to decorate house! I loved the post!

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  8. I loved the beautiful ways how you described .. To decorate house on diwali ...
    (Nitya)

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  9. Fairy lights and flowers are my favorite decoration items that make diwali decor look so beautiful.

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  10. Wow these are amazing d i y and that too in very less amount definitely going to try these tricks in in festive season and for wedding decoration

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  11. These are some great tips Simrit, used most of them for decoration

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  12. Though I don't celebrate Diwali but I always get excited by looking at earthy diyas, lights and flowers. I decorate my house with lights and diyas during Diwali :)

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