Diwali Home Decor

diwali urli

Hi Everyone. 🙂

Nandini asked me do some decor posts on Diwali. Well! although the actual decoration would happen on the Diwali day itself but these are some of the many things that would be prettifying my home. 😀

A gorgeous Rajasthani blue work urli that I picked up from Dastakar. It is a lovely decor piece in itself but for Diwali, fresh flower petals and some floating candles would beautify the pot. 🙂

diwali home decor

Some zari work and tissue gift boxes,which I have filled up with dry fruits and chocolates.

diwali gifts

Dry leaves scented candles on an embellished tray.

diwali candles

A ganesh carved diya. On Diwali, I’d fill it up with oil and light it.

diwali 2012

Just revived my DIY Coffee Beans candles to DIY fresh flower candles. 🙂

diy candles

So how are your Diwali decorations coming along? Do share the tips. 🙂

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33 Responses to Diwali Home Decor

  1. Neha says:

    Your read my mind!
    today I wished to see this on Faux pas 😛

    you know those small floating candles, i bot them in bulk but once the whole wax inside went liquid and caught fire ://

    • Rati says:

      see I read your mind. 😀 God!! I guess i would be careful with the floating candles now. havent had such an experience so far!! 😛

  2. Bee says:

    Wowww.. these look so good. even I’m cleaning up here and plan to light some cute diyas on diwali 🙂
    I’m catching up on all the cool posts now 🙂

  3. Dita says:

    beautiful pictures!

  4. Ayantika says:

    Hey Rati, these ideas are fabulous! This diwali i wanna decorare my apartment with a bit different items…i can’t light many idyas here as in USA we live in wooden houses.So, I need to think differently . 🙂

    • Rati says:

      thanks dita. 🙂

      you can use those colorful lanterns and use t-lights to light up the home. of course flower decorations and those magic candles are always an option. 🙂 Happy decorating and do share how you decorated your home. 🙂

  5. Swathi says:

    I go crazy with Diwali decorations…candles and lights..:) Love it…. floating candles are so nice…

  6. Bhumika says:

    Awesome..everything looks beautiful !

  7. Tara says:

    I’m all waits to make some rangolis 😉 nice pics and happieie prettifying home for Diwali….m loving it!

  8. Naina says:

    Flying home on Sunday !!!!! Just can’t wait to pretty up my place 🙂 ..and share pictures !!!
    Diwali is in the air already 😀 😀 😀

    • Rati says:

      yeah diwali is in the air naina. Spent first half of my day sending gifts to friends. Pheww!! it was quite a task but it felt awesome. 🙂 Have fun decorating your home. can’t wait to see the piccys. 😀

      • Naina says:

        i knowwwwwwwww…. my family has gone insane!!! I have been asked to get around 20kgs of biscuits and cookies from Karachi Bakery and being the ‘ladli’ of the family I couldn’t even say no !! So now, I actually have no freaking space for my clothes 😛 Everything needs to fit into the chotu cabin baggage wala bag :'(

        • Rati says:

          oh god!! send some for me too. 😀 my mama stays in hybd and they always bring those biccys. There is no comparison actually. 😀

  9. Aru says:

    So festive. Pictures are so well taken. Iliked the zari work picture the most. The colors are gorgeous.

    Btw,i loved the color of your karvachauth outfit so much (the orange/rust) one that i picked up an Anarkali style kurta in that color.

    • Rati says:

      thank you aruna. :)) I think it’s the whole diwali feel that makes everything look soo pretty. :)) and enjoy wearing your kurta. It’s such a pretty color. I love it too. :))

  10. Lakshmi says:

    Very nice and soothing Rati!

  11. Prerna says:

    Nice ideas Rati! Loved the zari work and tissue gift boxes 🙂 . Planning to display them in my living room. Thankoooo!!!!.

  12. jomol says:

    You are so creative Rati……I feel beautiful create beautiful things and make everything around them pretty….just like how you do :* There is beauty in everything you do and say……:*

  13. jomol says:

    **beautiful people create beautiful things 🙂

  14. sweta says:

    thanks for sharing ideas Rati…
    I got so impressed by your floting candle decore… I went to buy a urli…couldn’t find one so came home with a clay urli and paintes it on my own… it came out so well… looking lovely , I am so happy now 🙂

    • Rati says:

      awww that’s really nice sweta. I love DIYs , juts that dont find too much time to do them these days. Glad could help. 🙂

  15. Nandini says:

    Yayy thank you so much for this post :* sorry I haven’t been on FP a lot lately, the new job is madly busy (but fun 🙂 ) I love the urli and the boxes are so pretty! My mom collects such pretty boxes, if you ever travel to Thailand or Myanmar too you’ll find lots of pretty jewellery boxes with enamel and other work on them.
    My parents are here! The apartment here in Blore isn’t too big since only bro and I live here but we might be finally celebrating Diwali this year! Mom usually makes lovely rangolis and we do flower arrangements.

    • Rati says:

      it’s awesome to spend diwali with the family. And now that your mum is there with you, guess you dont have to worry a bit. :)) not travelling to thailand again. 😐 but yeah myanmmar sounds good. :))

      • Nandini says:

        Yeah that’s true 🙂 she’s making me tiffin for work everyday 😀 ah, the joys of being pampered with ghar ka khaana! Lolll I forgot abt that fiasco…you should visit Bhutan/Myanmar, mom told me they’re both beautiful places.

  16. neetu lohani says:

    Wow.. now it feels like diwali.. 🙂 I just feel helpless while living in US, no Passion no decoration, crackers or celebrations for any festival! Just Halloween or x mas.. :p but facebuk, imbb n fauxpas remind those beautiful festive seasons again! And this urli sounds great for indoor decoration. As we may not be able to light up diyas n candles because of our superactive lil one, but urli n Halloween lights are great idea for diwali decoration. 🙂 we usually make goddess lakshmi idol from sugarcane n rice in our native place, n then worship it on diwali.. 🙂 but here we’ll make coconut idol.. really excited this time as its first diwali of our baby.. . 🙂 n now we got so many ideas for US friendly diwali.. lol 🙂 m hoping it to be best diwali!

  17. Shilpa Shri says:

    Ganesh craved diya is so lovely.. I do have same diya of maa laskmi and ganeshji. Its Diwali time and to celebrate with Dhooom Dhadaka. Yippeee

  18. sandhya says:

    this is like catching the festivities in piccys rati di! The urli is just awesome, have a similar one of terracotta but hand painted by myself though!!!!!!!!!!! diwali must be such a happy occasion for a candle lover like yourself!!!!!!!!

  19. gurpreet says:

    wow so beautiful.. loved them..

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