Holi colourful home makeover

Explore some exciting ideas and inspiration for decorating your home for Holi along with some tips for hosting a successful Holi party that your guests will never forget!

Are you ready to brighten up your home with some bold and beautiful colours for the Holi celebration? Our experts think that a great way to give your home a festive look is by jazzing up the walls, either by changing the colour, adding an interesting pattern or by both.

Metallic WallsPremiuim metallic wall paint

Berger Paints’ Silk GlamArt is a premium water-based acrylic emulsion paint that is ideal for both interior and exterior walls of your home.

The wall paint comes with two base colours, namely gold and silver, from which a myriad of luxurious metallic finish can be created, perfect for the festive season.

The perfect colour combinations for walls would be vibrant hues like yellow and pink, blue and green. These Holi colours are sure to enhance the spirit of the festivities.

Special Effect WallsTextured wall paint effects like Denim

If metallic wall paint is not for you, explore ready-to-use special effects to create textured wall paint effects like Denim, Artistic, and Sprinkle under Berger Paints Silk GlamArt Vintage range that shall work all throughout the year even after the Holi festivities.

Living Room Décor IdeasLiving room décor ideas

The living room is the centre of the house and is the perfect place to start decorating for Holi. Create a DIY photo booth with a colourful backdrop and props for your guests to pose. Throw in some colourful cushions and add striking rugs to create a trendy festive look.

Berger Paints’ Silk GlamArt can be used to jazz up wooden and metal furniture in your home such as the centre table and chairs to give it a high glittering effect.

Kitchen Décor IdeasKitchen décor ideas

The kitchen is the heart of the home. Add some colourful dishtowels, oven mitts, vases and flowerpots to brighten up the space.

Dining Room Décor IdeasDining room décor ideas for Holi

The dining room is another important room to decorate for Holi. Use colourful cutlery, placemats and tablecloths to set the table and create a festive ambiance.

When it comes to food and drinks, keep it fun and colourful. Keeping up with Holi traditions and customs, serving up some traditional Holi dishes such as gujiya and thandai, along with a selection of brightly coloured mock tails in colourful dishware can lend a fun touch!

Bedroom Décor IdeasBedroom décor ideas

Add a pop of colour to your bedroom by incorporating some colourful bedsheets and pillow covers. Displaying some colourful art or a tapestry on your favourite wall can help create a festive atmosphere.

Bathroom Décor IdeasBathroom décor ideas

Displaying some colourful bath mats, towels, soap dispensers, toothbrush holders and shower curtains can reflect the fun and colourful nature of the festival. Additionally, keeping some aromatherapy oils to pamper your guests will allow them to enjoy the festivities to the fullest without harming the skin.

Balcony/Terrace Décor IdeasBalcony/terrace décor ideas

Hanging colourful fabrics such as bandanas, scarves, dupattas or sarees can create a fun backdrop. Flower garlands can be used to enhance the railings and corners of the terrace and balcony.

Remember to be mindful of the environment and use eco-friendly decorations wherever possible.

Finally, do not forget the music! Holi is all about dancing and having fun, so create a playlist of upbeat, energetic tunes that your guests can groove to.


Holi is the perfect time to play with fun house painting colours. With Berger Paints’ Silk GlamArt, get ready to create a stylish, sophisticated look that reflects the joy and spirit of the festival.

Book a consultation with our Berger Express Painting experts for house wall painting. SMS ‘XP’ to 56767 or call up on 1800 103 6030, our toll-free number.

If you enjoyed reading this, we recommend you check out our blog on Add Sparkle to Your Home with Berger Silk GlamArt Metallica.

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