Modern living room with pillows on sofa

Diwali is a festival associated with fond memories of childhood, firecrackers, sweets, new clothes, lighting of lamps, colourful rangolis, beautiful lanterns and fun-filled evenings with friends and family. From clothing to home decor, everything undergoes a makeover to keep up with the festive spirit.

If you aren’t looking for a grand home revamp this season, you can use simple accents and upgrades to bring in the festive vibes. We have rounded up some of our best easy décor ideas that will get your home ready for the festive celebrations and parties.

1. Striking Wall Stencils

HomeWalls Color Design

The festive season calls for something new for the home walls. What better way to perk up your home walls than with some striking stencils? You can add stencils to your favourite walls and give them a whole new dimension.

Berger Paints India has a range of stencils under the Silk Illusions range, from unique designs like rush, flora, nova, Wi-Fi, radiant glow etc. They are easy to use and gives a high glittering finish to your home walls, perfect for the festive season. You can spruce up your home walls by choosing from the many stencils that will breathe a new life into your home’s atmosphere.

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2. Fairy Lights

Decorating with Fairy Lights

There is something so festive about twinkling lights strung around terraces and balconies and lined up against window sills. You can create a magical sight while illuminating your living space using fairy lights. This works as a great lighting option and won’t take up too much of your time either.

You can hang some of your favourite photographs with these fair lights and watch your beautiful memories come alive! You can use them in any room of your house. It can be a focal point in the living room or the dining room.

This five-day celebration is accompanied by a series of festoons like these that can be used in the interiors of your home. Get into the festive spirit by hanging up these enchanting string lights, which reflect the joyous celebrations of Diwali.

3. Floating candles

Floating Candles with Flowers

Imagine an atmosphere that soothes your soul and the sweet fragrance of flowers that drifts you off to another world. Divine, isn’t it?  Use a brass or earthen Urli at your home entrance and fill it up with water, some flowers like rose or marigold, herbs and a few floating candles for visual interest and radiance. You can display them in the unused corners of rooms and brighten up even the darkest and dullest corners of your home.

4. Replace white lights with yellow lights

Decorative lights for Diwali

There can never be too much light during Diwali – the festival of lights. Choosing the right kind of lights for your home is necessary. White lights can be too harsh and distracting. Use soft yellow lights to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. It is sure to enhance the festive mood in the air.

5. Patterned cushions

Patterned colourful cushions

Since it is Diwali, you can be a little adventurous and opt for glitzy pillow covers with sequins and bling on them. Throw in some colourful, patterned cushions covers and you are all set!

Metallic hues of cushions can be a great addition. It will add a touch of festive vibes to your room. Don’t be afraid to mix and match. Cushions come in different shapes and sizes, making for an interesting display. Try contrasting colours, shapes and prints, and place them differently, in a cosy chair, a functional stool or a comfy couch.

You can arrange a set of colourful cushions and transform any room into a colourful, cosy haven. You don’t have to stop at that! You can even place a few colourful cushions of different sizes around your mattress or carpet for some visual interest. Also, if you think print on print is a faux pas, you are mistaken. Prints are not just for plain surfaces. You can pair print on print, especially if you have a patterned sofa. All you need to do is pick a cushion cover in a colour that is complementary to the prints on your sofa.

6. Potpourri

Potpourri decor ideas

Pick out potpourri in colours matching your colour scheme so that it becomes part of the entire room. Adding a potpourri is a sure-shot way to create a heavenly abode. Just get some brown, orange and red coloured potpourri and fill up the glass vases and bowls with them. To make the potpourri arrangement aromatic, you can mix your favourite combination of essential oils, spices and woody scents in the bowl.

7. Candle holders

Best Candle Holders


Diwali is synonymous to everything bright and sparkly. So if you are hosting a dinner party, you can decorate your table with appealing sparkly and glittery candle holders that will elevate the dining table and create a soothing atmosphere. This décor piece can easily add a mesmerising touch to your table setting. They make perfect centrepieces on dining tables and coffee tables. The best part is that they take up less space but always make the room stand out.

8. Ethnic Tapestry

Home Decoration for Diwali

Spruce up your bedroom and transform your room with a touch of ethnic prints. For a dramatic makeover, hang an exquisite tapestry above your bed. You can enhance not just a bed, but a couch and also a window with it!

Let your guests come home to a Diwali setup they can’t take their eyes off! Create a stunning statement with these Berger home decoration ideas for Diwali.

Make your home a place that is warm, welcoming and most importantly, reflects the true Diwali spirit. Berger Paints India wishes you and your family a Happy, Prosperous and Safe Diwali! Hope this festival sets the tone for the New Year, bringing out a lot of positivity and hope for the future. Don’t forget to think about the environment while indulging in the festivities and opt for eco-friendly and sustainable options for a safe and green festive season.

3 Replies to “8 Quick and Easy Diwali Decor Ideas”

  1. Aanchal Mittal says: October 23, 2019 at 10:05 am

    Very beautiful ideas for home decoration. Simple and beautiful decors.

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