Diwali is just a few days away, and we all are busy in cleaning our homes. And then the decoration part will start. The air around us is full of festive mood. Adding to this delight is the fact that we all will be giving our best while doing the decorations.
Diwali is a time when the central theme of decoration has to be the lights and diyas. With the market full of Diwali themed decorative items. Plus point is we all take pride when our homes are fully decorated.
If you are still thinking about, how you are going to do the decorations, then we are here to give you specific unique ideas. You don’t need to go to the market to buy the fancy and costly Diwali design products. These innovative décor ideas are such that you can easily create them at home also. The best part is all these ideas are eco-friendly and light on the pocket. Keep reading to know more.
1) Use plastic bottle lamps
While cleaning the house, you might have come across various empty bottles of plastic, right? Cut it into the half, add some glitters to it. Then put some floral design on the surface. Then you can place the lamp in between. Thus, you will create your glowing flowery lamp.
2) Floating Diyas
For these, you need to take a large size plate and decorate it in the way you want. Add some water to it. Add some coffee beans, rose or other flower petals to make it lively. Then place some floating and lightened diyas in this plate. Thus, your floating diyas are ready.
3) Paper lampshades
We are sure you might have colourful papers or cardboard boxes at your home. Cut these boxes into the design that you want. Then place the lampshades in the mid of cardboard lampshades. Later in the night, let this design shine out.
No home decoration stands completely without rangoli. Buy some eco-friendly rangoli powders from the market, or you can use those extra gulals also. Apart from these, you can use, kitchen items such as besan, wheat flour, turmeric, spices, mirch powder, etc. to bring out unique designs. Then place candles or diyas in mid.
Don’t buy the plastic made, dull looking, cheaply made & poor quality torans this time. Instead of that, get creative. Collect some old greeting cards, old or broken necklaces, beads or even simple cardboards that you might have found while cleaning the house and create a new toran. Use some glitter to enhance its beauty and then see the sparks. Then hang this toran across your main door.