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30 Best Diwali decoration Ideas for your Home in 2020!

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Are you looking for some fun ideas to decorate your house this Diwali? You've come to the right place.


With Diwali just around the corner, we've curated a list of the 30 Best Diwali Decoration Ideas that would make Diwali brighter in your homes. These are the Best Diwali decoration Ideas because they are easy to find, hassle-free, and will spread the festive cheer in your Diwali rituals. Without further ado, let's dive into the list!


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Best Diwali Decoration Ideas


1) Candles


When is Diwali ever complete without some bright candles? This candle is vanilla-scented, and it can burn for up to 20 hours! Plus we love the copper packaging. You can get this candle now at UrbanKanyaa!















2) Lanterns


Bright lanterns signal the arrival of Diwali in every Indian household. This Diwali, find yourself a lantern which is unique and fun. We were mesmerized by these metallic lanterns, do give them a try!














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3) Diwali Coasters


Coasters are a unique yet interesting touch to add to your Diwali decorations. Pick some beautiful coasters and bring the festivities to your dinner table. They are ideal for gifting too.


















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4) Diwali Torans


Torans are a customary addition to the Diwali celebrations. It is believed that the torans at your doorstep ward off the negativity and being in the positive spirits. You can get a toran from the local market, or get creative and make one yourself!





















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5) Light curtains


Light curtains make for an ideal puja decor. All you have to do is to string some fairy lights from your walls or doors. They can be used as a backdrop for puja, as a photo booth, or even just to add some vibrance into your house.















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6) Colour rangoli


Rangoli's are a fun DIY project which you can do with kids in the house. Just get some of those dazzling rangoli colors, pick a design, and get going. This Diwali, get eco-friendly rangoli colors for a sustainable environment













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7) Flower rangoli


A slight twist into the traditional color rangoli is the flower rangolis. You can experiment around, and even produce a fusion of the 'flower and color' based rangoli. You can also place diyas or candles around.













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8) Hand-painted Diyas


This Diwali, be vocal for local products. Hand pained diyas look splendid, and they are a great way to support your local artisans and painters. Besides, you can even have a fun DIY project wherein you hand-paint the Diyas yourself!















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9) Vases


Vases are another great idea to decorate your house. You can again get creative with DIY projects. The one here depicts a vase made from recycled bangles.
















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10) Lamps


Diwali is a festival of lights, and hence incomplete without lamps and lanterns. This lamp is hand-painted by a talented artist. What's more? It's battery-operated, so you don't have to worry about plugs and chargers. Get this lamp now at UrbanKanyaa!















11) Flower bells


Flower bells are a great decor piece for your puja pandals. You can just get some artificial bells from the market, or use the ones you have. String them with flowers or make intricate garlands from them, and you'll love the result.



















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12) Sequin and Tassel Hangings


Sequin and tassel hangings will be an eye-catching piece of decor in your homes. You'll find a dazzling array of these in your nearest local market. They are perfect for last-minute decorations.



















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13) Paper lamp shades


Paper lamps or 'kandils' are a staple in Diwali. The sheer quality and variety of these available will leave you amazed. You can opt for a simple nice 'Kandil' on your balcony. You can also hang these indoors. Use multi-colored lamps to get in the festive spirits.











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14) Glass Jar Lanterns


Looking for a quick DIY project? Pick up any mason jar or glass jar lying around, paint it, or decorate it your way, and add some lights! That's how easy it is to decorate your house during Diwali.


















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15) Paper Cup Lights


Don't have a mason jar? Just get some paper cups or recycle the ones lying around. Place a light inside each cup. We're amazed by this simple yet brilliant decor.



















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16) Mitti Diyas

Motti diyas are a traditional decoration and they add a splendid touch. You can get painted ones or plain ones. You can even coat the diyas with acrylics yourself.














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17) Fairy lights


Fairy lights are the ultimate Diwali decoration tool. Place these lights on your balcony or in your verandah to welcome the festive spirits. You can frame your doorway with them, or place them in cute bottles indoors.




















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18) Wall art


This is one of the Best Diwali Decoration Ideas. Get some tasteful pieces of artwork to add to your dull walls. You can opt for paper art that can be stuck directly. You can go for more unique items, such as hand-painted plates.
















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19) Painting


Paintings are another traditional touch that you can add to your celebrations. You can shop for these paintings. And there's always the option of decorating your house with your own hand-painted artworks.






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20) Wall hangings


Wall hanging's don't just have to be decorative. You can use wall hangings as a key holder or even a mini- shelf! This is one of the best Diwali decoration Ideas to get the festive mood.




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21) Glass Bottle lights


Place your fairy lights inside colored glass bottles for a creatively astonishing effect! Place these in any corner of your house for an amazing glow.



















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22) Floating candles


You can make mini tea light candles float in bowls. These candles are cheap, and they last long. Another option would be to go for the more intricate, carved and custom made floating candles.
















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23) Mason jar art


All you need is a jar and pot of acrylic for this DIY project. Mason jars are convenient to handle and can be placed anywhere in the house. They look great, with or without lights in them.
















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24) Flower decorations


Diwali cannot do without flower decorations. Use the traditional marigolds with a modern twist. You can string the flower to make a simple garland or use them to decorate the backdrop of your puja pandal. Floral chandeliers are another great idea for a new look during Diwali!


















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25) Fairylights with pictures


Adding a few pictures to the regular fairy lights will elevate them to the next level. For Diwali, add pictures of diyas, vibrant rangoli's, and lamps to add to the festive cheer. This arrangement also makes for an
















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26) Ceramic kulhads


Amaze your guests this Diwali by using kulhads instead of the regular cups! This hand-painted kulhad is perfect for drinking tea and other beverages. Couple these with some amazing coaster, and add a unique touch to your living room. Get these kulhads now at UrbanKanyaa!



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27) Bells


Use bells for some fun decorations during Diwali! Put on your creative hats, and get going on your DIY projects. You can make hanging wall decoration with bells, or just keep them as the centerpiece and decorate around them. These are one of the best Diwali decoration ideas to bring that festive feeling into your home.


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28) Decorative pillows


Swap out your regular pillows for some colorful and dazzling decorative pillows. These pillows go with almost any type of furniture in your living room. They are available in a variety of shapes and sizes, which just adds to the mood.















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29) Fabric wall covering


If you want to opt for a unique and unusual Diwali decoration, then fabric wall hanging decor is the perfect fit for you. You'll save on repainting your walls before Diwali. Fabric hanging decorations can be permanently done or can be a temporary arrangement.



















30) Potpourris


Place a potpourri in or around your living room, and enjoy the pleasant scents wafting through. Potpourri's make for a zero-hassle item to decorate your home. They are a subtle yet charming addition to your existing decor.



















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Place a potpourri in or around your living room, and enjoy the pleasant scents wafting through. Potpourri's make for a zero-hassle item to decorate your home. They are a subtle yet charming addition to your existing decor.m. These are one of the best Diwali decoration ideas to bring that festive feeling into your home.

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