Since our childhood, the one festival that everybody celebrated with a lot of zest and happiness is Diwali. We all are well aware of the story behind how Diwali came to be celebrated as a festival and the significance that is associated with it. ‘The victory of good over evil’ is what keeps the world going even today.

It is that time of the year when everybody is all set to buy new clothes, decorate their homes with diyas and lanterns, and go to their friends and relatives’ houses to exchange sweets, gifts, and love.

  1. Decorate your Entrance

First and foremost, decorate your entrance. The entrance is what will greet your guests before you do and thus, it should be decorated beautifully and in an appealing way. You can make use of fair lights that go all the way from the main gate to the entrance of your house. Or you can go a bit more traditional and opt for battery or earthen diyas.

  1. Rangoli

The perfect way to add colours to your house is by making a rangoli. Intricately made patterns on the floor can add such a positive vibe to the house. You can choose to either make one on your own or get a pre-made rangoli pattern from the market and stick it on the floor.

We, however, prefer handmade rangoli. There are thousands of designs available online and you can choose as per your rangoli making skills.

These rangoli designs can be made anywhere, given steps do not spoil them. You can either position them at the entrance or inside your house.

  1. Door Hangings

Talking about entrances, lighting it up is not the only way out. You can make use of door hangings to accentuate the beauty of your entrance. In fact, you can be creative and go for an amalgamation of fairy lights and door hangings.

4.Wall hanging

You can add some life to your walls by hanging a metal wall hanging. The trend of metal wall hangings seems to be unstoppable.

These add a subtleness to your house in case you do not like to overwhelm your walls. Also, another perk of metal wall hangings is that they will look well, irrespective of the colour scheme of your place.

5.Premium Canvas Painting

In contrast with metal wall hangings, you can choose to add colours to your wall. Canvas paintings have made a comeback and what a comeback it is.

They are rocking the world of paintings and people are going crazy over them. Especially, the new trend wherein multiple canvases come together to form one picture.

6.Smoke Backflow Cone Holder

We all know the perfect way of impressing God and filling the atmosphere with positivity – incense sticks. The incense sticks no longer have to be lifeless or colourless.

Bring a smoke backflow incense cone holder to your home and flow away in the blissful fragrance.

7.Bright Furnishings

No matter how much beauty you add to the walls, it will give an incomplete look and feel unless your furnishings are in sync with it.

You can incorporate fancy cushion covers, change your dining mats, and your bedsheets.

8.Fancy Pooja Thali

All of us give special attention to our home temples when it comes to festivals. We decorate it with flower garlands, lights, and everything possible there is to do.

You can also re-do the way you pooja thali looks like. Add a little meenakari to it and your festivities start.

9.Ganesh Diyas

How is it even possible to wrap up a post on Diwali without the mention of fancy diyas? There are dozens of different styles of diyas in the market. You can either go for simple diyas, battery operated diyas, solar diyas, or fancy diyas.

These little changes are enough to revamp your house to give it a full festive look.

10.Dry Fruit & Mouth Freshener Container

Make your guests go awe with your dry fruit and mouth freshener containers. Diwali is one festival wherein we all go to people’s houses to wish and greet them happiness, luck, and love.

Also, little servings and snacks become a part of it. Hence, invest in dry fruit and mouth freshener containers that will please your guests.


Each of the product mentioned above will make excellent pieces to beautify your house as well as make the perfect gifts for Diwali that the receiver will love for its beauty and utilization purpose.