Home Decoration Ideas for Festive Season

As the festive season is in full swing, here are some options to jazz up your home. Whether it is Navratri, Diwali, Christmas or a New Year party, your home will look beautiful and magnificent with these decoration tips.

2 (1)Let there be light: Festive season is all about lights and brightness. Lighting can make a big difference in the look of your home.  Buy some eye-catching chandeliers and lamp shades to create a vibrant and cheerful ambiance. Using a range of lighting in varied heights and locations will let you try different variations at different times.

Make your home smell great: A good fragrance can breathe life into any ambience. A good smelling home is always inviting and appealing. During festive season, light one or two scented candles in your home. You can try different scents for different times of the day.

Burn scented candles to make home smell good.

Burn scented candles to make home smell good.

If you are running out of scented candles, just sprinkle some baking soda on your carpets and sofas, and vacuum it up after 10-15 minutes. It will absorb a bad odour, if any, and leave your home with a neutral pallet.

Change your furnishing: Changing furniture for a festive season could be very expensive; try changing your furnishings. New curtains, drapes, pillow, sofa and table covers will give your home a new look without spending a fortune.T_51689

Shuffle your furniture: Sometimes the way to improve the room is not through buying new furniture, but to rearrange the pieces you already have. Shuffling your furniture will give your room a new look instantly. Moreover, it will save your carpet from permanent marks and stains that cause due to heavy furnishings.

Give your home breathing space: In an attempt to make home look dazzling, we sometimes end up filling up space with unwanted items. Go minimalist this festive season by keeping fewer but better-quality pieces. Toss all unwanted stuff and keep  your home clutter free.


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