If you are still looking for ways to decorate your home this Diwali, and not able to choose those beautiful, bright things that would make the moments even more memorable, do not worry – we’ve got you covered. From our collection of inspired objects, we have hand-picked a dose designs that will instantly lighten up your home and make it festive-ready. Let the celebrations begin –
Handmade by ingenious artisans of Rajasthan, using reclaimed wood and metal, these candleholders show the more sustainable side of Indian craftsmanship. Contemporary yet chic, these are sure to keep that warm, cosy feeling at home. All you need is the subtle light of a candle to add the elegant keynote.
LEDs are charming, candles are calm but with our handcrafted lanterns, you’d want to celebrate all night long. Inspired by the colourful glow of entryways of old houses in Rajasthan – during weddings and festivals, these lanterns are crafted of iron and painted with lovely motifs. The stylish shapes and multi-coloured finishes make these our favourite home accents, this festive season.
These unique handcrafted accents have the same gorgeous glow as of any small lamp. Place these in any overlooked nook of your home, and these feel-good designs will turn the space into a swoon-worthy view. It’s the festival of lights after all!
Luxe and creative, these refined natural-wood tea light stands feature an embossed design on polished brass. Set of three, the rings and squares can be nested for easy carrying and only need the soft opulence of tea lights for a welcoming glow. You can also bring the celebration outdoors and hang these in the garden or terrace – and let the guests do the talking.
We’re in love with the colours sprinkling off of these handcrafted votives. The glass beads give movement to the candlelight and add to the enchantment, wherever these are placed. Definite mood enhancers, we’d say.
Lighting is a beautiful way to change the vibe of a home and mood of its dwellers. And when it comes to the festivals of lights, all you need is a lovely glow to dress your home. So are you Diwali-ready?