Deepawali or Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights (deep = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights) that’s marked by five days of celebrations.
People love Diwali at home and it’s the time of the year when the whole family is at one place, celebrating and enjoying. It’s also the time for activities that people do as a family. Be it decorating, cooking, shopping or crafting. If you are like me who is wondering how to keep your house neat and clean while entertaining your guests through some activities that will leave a good impression, then look no further.
Didn’t get time for Diwali decoration? Here’s what you can do to save the day at the last moment. Here are few ideas to dress up your house at the eleventh hour:
1. Change the furnishings. Take out your best ones if you didn’t get time to buy. Get vibrant and colorful cushion covers for a festive look.
2. Glam up with lights. Use tealight candles in every room and staircase so that you are able to draw the attention away from the things you have missed out.
3. Make a lovely rangoli with colored powder and let this be at the place you wish to entertain your guests. Or if you are not having a day-off throughout the festival , then make a quick and easy one with flower petals and sweets on a large silver plate or serving dish.
4. Decorate with painted, colourful diyas at your home’s entrance point.
5. Charm your guests by doing up your home with flowers and petals. If you did not get time to paint your walls and windows. You can cover up by hanging marigold strings on them.
6. Add magical charm to your garden, doorway by placing handmade colorful diyas, scented candels and colourful paper lanterns.
Feel free to share this awesome ideas with your friends and help them to show their creativity.
Stay tuned, stay stunned!