HOME DECORATION IDEAS TO FIT YOUR HOME

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Diwali is fast approaching and we are all busy cleaning up the nooks and crannies of our homes. The Festival of Lights means beautifying our homes and preparing them to welcome prosperity by worshiping Goddess Lakshmi. However, enhancing your home decoration is not an easy task and requires some investment. Don’t worry because we’ve got you covered. This article mentions low budget interior design ideas that will help you completely revamp your living space to accommodate guests and spread good vibes on Diwali.

ADD COLOUR, SCENT AND FRESHNESS
The easiest approach to improving the interior decor of any room is to add plants and flowers. Around Diwali you can get bouquets from street vendors as well as a variety of them at the market.

Garlands made of marigolds are frequently picked and hung around the house. It not only adds color, but the smell also uplifts the spirit. Additionally, you can buy vibrant flowers and put them in vases to spruce up bare spaces.

ADD LIGHTS
Diwali is a festival of lights. String lights can be used inside the house to brighten up windows, mirrors and walls, although most people prefer to use them to decorate balconies and exteriors.

In addition to fairy lights, you can enhance interiors with faux candles, chandeliers, and other reasonably priced light fixtures. To help you improve the room without spending a lot of money, there are glass bells, attractive lamps and other solutions available on Amazon, Myntra and other e-commerce sites.

ACCENTUATE THE WALL
You can simply add an accent to the area by painting one wall if you don’t want to paint the whole house. Most people like to paint the wall behind the TV or the sofa in the living room a different, brighter color.

You don’t need to spend weeks and thousands of dollars on this task. Even you can complete the task. You can add textures and instantly brighten up any space using DIY techniques.

ADD METALLIC PARTS
Rustic-looking metal objects give an otherwise modern room a touch of beauty and traditionalism. Moreover, Diwali is the perfect opportunity to experiment with home decor. If you have old, large metal containers lying around your home, you can scatter them all over the walls and ceilings of your living room, hallway, and balcony. They can then have candles and diyas (earthen lamps) lit inside after being filled with water, flowers and petals. light diyas (earthen lamps) and candles in them.

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