Redecorate earthen diyas with beautiful pattern painting and use some glitter, mirrors, sequins etc to make it glitzy.
Wheat flour diyas
have also become a hot trend these days. You can also use large shells to make attractive diyas. Simply, color the shell, place a wick in it, fill it with oil and light it up. Alternatively, you can place colorful flowers made of paper quilling around a simple diya to give your house a chic look.
Rangoli making is way of showcasing your creativity. It’s been an age old custom to decorate the house with Rangoli using vibrant color powders but this year you can give it a twist. Use flowers, earthen diyas, tea candles and shells to make an artistic Rangoli, which will blow away your mind but wouldn’t be blown away with the wind.
How about making a candle this Diwali, which gives a fruity aroma too? Yes, you can use perfectly cut semicircular Orange peels, place a wick in it, put some oil and light up the candle to enjoy the orangey fragrance. Redecorating candles is fun, easy and quick. You can glue Cinnamon sticks around a large candle and decorate it with ribbons to lighten up a room with a nice aroma.
String LED lights are way too common now. If you’re planning to use string LEDs as a toran for decoration, add some bling to it using seas shells. You can glue the LEDs to sea shells to make your toran look fancy. You can also decorate the wire string with flowers or ribbons. Additionally, try making
balloon twine spheres
and place the LEDs inside it or use them as hanging lanterns.
So now you’ve got plenty of house decoration ideas to choose from. Give your house a facelift and make way for compliments. Since a major part of this festival revolves around light and fire, it’s wise to have a
in place to protect your home from any mishap. Keep your home and loved ones safe with Reliance Home Insurance. Happy Diwali!