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This Diwali bring happiness home with these looks

Diwali is a perfect time to bring freshness to our homes. 

Our interior designers at Foyer2Attic Interiors,Bangalore bring you some creative yet simple ideas for Diwali decor which will enhance the interiors of your home this festive season and for the year ahead. 

Blend new with the old

Bring in some new elements to mix and match with your existing decor elements. We love the way our designer has blended the 3D cast hands as lamp holders on the walls and created a rich backdrop to the puja area with this beautiful stretched cloth backlit panel. A customized metal frame lamp with edison bulbs and changeable color blocks adds to the magic. 

Design Elements

Backlit panel

Backlit panels with stretched fabric, acrylic panels, decorative paper, stained glass… the options are many to get a similar look. a touch of gold , copper or silver is perfect for the festive season.

3D Cast Art

These 3D cast hands can add mystery of the unknown, blessings of the elders, warmth of near and dear ones to your home. Each pair of hands lamp holder can be created from moulding cast of various family members to create a very personalised and warm decor.

Customized lamp shades

Customized lamp shades that are personalised to suit your space and yet look trendy is the just perfect for this festival of lights. gift your home and yourself one these lamp shades that depict YOU. 

Traditional Decor

Decoupaged furniture, Gold finish mirror, lanterns and candles, hanging lights , Rangoli, copper urli with fresh flowers , all come together to create a magical festive atmosphere.

 

Design Elements

Decoupaged furniture

Use the technique of decoupage to refurbish your old furniture pieces with statement prints that loudly scream out ‘YOU’

Flowers, Urlis and Diyas

Its the simple, regular decor that has been done year after year which are an irreplaceable part of our Diwali decor, this year and next and year after that.

Mirror , Mirror on the wall

Mirrors in elegant, artistic frames are the best bet to glam up and highlight any space when placed aesthetically.

Colors, Textures, Patterns

IAdding some key decor elements in contrasting colours, textures and patterns into an otherwise subtle space can notch up the festive look to a different level.

 

Design Elements

Glass Lamp Shades

Glass lamp shades available in many colours that reflect and refract light are the perfect addition to your home this Diwali.

DIY Block Print Panels

Create your own unique, personalized and colorful panels to adorn the walls of your home. 

Furnishings

How about adding some floor cushions in beautiful colours and textures to welcome friends and family home this festive season.

 

Color Coordinate

Purple, Peach, Mauve, Teal, Mustard, Magenta, Cobalt, Rust…So many colors. Pick one of your favorites and repeat and coordinate. 

Design Elements

Customized Wallpaper

Choose a stock photo or a lovely photo you might have clicked on a holiday and turn it into your feature wall as a customized wallpaper.

Curtains

Full height, long flowing curtains adorning the windows are the first to get noticed in a home , so make sure they get the attention they deserve.

Cushions

Rich, bright, colorful cushions matching the curtains and wallpaper complete the look.

Accessorize with Bling

Brass and silver, lamps and bells, plants and flowers, stencils and idols , temporary accessories come together for 5 days and creating lasting memories.

Design Elements

Stencils

Paint them or stick them, just use them. While using these, remember, less is more.

Brass and Silver items

Get your metal accessories out and adorn your space with them. Investing in one or two pieces of a good lamp or bell is a timeless way of bringing in tradition into the home.

 

Last but not the least, some love

Simple things like a dedicated corner for the puja space, fresh flowers, cutout of a picture, indoor plants etc help to create a very personal vibe during the festive season. So design on and share with us your ideas and pics on what you did this year. Reach out to us at [email protected]

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