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The festival of Holi holds an extra special place among the festivals in India. It is more than just the festival of colors. But more importantly, it is a day to spend time with your loved ones, just having fun.
Over the past few years, how we celebrate Holi has changed. With people becoming environmentally conscious, the use of toxic colors and water has gone down drastically. Additionally, spending so much time away from our loved ones has also highlighted this festival’s communal and social aspects over the past couple of years.
Are you someone who is trying to adapt to new ways of celebrating the festival of color? Worry not; we’ve got you covered. This Holi season usher the color and vigor in your homes and your life with vibrant décor ideas to match your enthusiasm.
Keep the tradition alive by inviting your friends and family over to celebrate Holi. Share in the delight of gujiyas and bhang while being surrounded by a riot of color. Incorporate these décor ideas in your home and for your Holi party, set up and be the talk of the town.
Holi is an outdoor celebration. You and your guests will spend most of your time outside. Focus your décor efforts on the balcony, terrace, verandas, and patios. Use your plants as Holi decoration items. This is a great time to showcase your green thumb! Incorporating your plants into the décor will add some natural and soothing hues. Paint the pots in vivid tones for some pizzazz.
Adorn the parapet of your balconies and terrace with flower garlands and wall hangings. Protect yourself from the scorching sun by covering these spaces in colorful canopies. Multicolored balloons, paper lanterns, buntings, floating candelabra and ribbons are a few accessories to upgrade your Holi decoration ideas for home.
No festive décor is complete without floral décor spersed everywhere possible. The freshness and radiance of flowers remain unparalleled. Hang flower garlands on your balcony, at your door and on the patio for a spring-inspired aesthetic. In the living room corners, a small flower rangoli will make for creative Holi decoration.
Embellish all the food stalls and tables with floral centerpieces. Suspend some wreaths along the stairs. A bicycle or a rickshaw decorated with flowers would make for the perfect photo op during Holi celebrations. A flower wall would also make for a great décor and photo background. Handwoven garlands of marigolds, roses, chrysanthemums and mango leaves make for the perfect combination.
What better way to greet your loved ones during the festival of colors than with a brilliant rangoli at the entrance! Deck up the doorway and lobby of your home with a riot of colors. Go the traditional route with powdered rangoli in striking designs and vivid hues. A flower rangoli is the more organic option. You may choose a ready design option to save time. Or flex your creative muscle with an original design.
Any Holi celebration ought to have at least three displays: food, bhang and of course, the colors to play with! Have dedicated tables for each and use it as an opportunity to incorporate some
more Holi décor. Cover the tables with brightly covered dupattas. Hang buntings in arc shape running around the table for a scalloped edge look.
Serve food and beverages in multicolored plates to keep on with theme Holi decoration ideas. Have a dedicated table for the fun stuff, holi balloons, pichkaris, gulal, etc. Color code the buckets for each.
A bouquet placed in coloured glass bottles and some LED diyas scattered on the table would make for a gorgeous centerpiece. Top of this tablescape with paper lanterns suspended right above.
Holi is celebrated mainly during the daytime— but when you’re having so much fun with friends and family, no one really wants the day to end. Keep up the spirits as the day winds down with colorful lighting. Enhance the look of the canopy by installing multicolored fairy lights alongside the fabric. Old-timey lanterns or bright glass pendant lighting would add the boho charm both indoors and outdoors. Fairy lights flowing out of colored glass bottles, some LED diyas around the house and lanterns would all make for lovely decor.
|If you love Holi just as much as the next person, you’d be getting into the festive mood right around now—long before the day of the festival. Go ahead and give your home a quick makeover to celebrate the arrival of spring and, with it, Holi.
Of course, the changes need not be permanent. Something as simple as substituting existing curtains with new ones will do. Opt for brightly colored ones in flowy and light fabric to let your house bathe in soft sunlight.
Similarly, change the linens in all parts of your home. Keep it colorful for a peppy vibe. Brilliant cushions and throws will instantly liven up any room. Cozy up the spaces with a variegated rug in each room.
The living room will be the other space for socializing in the house. Dress up the ceiling in bright dupattas or colorful buntings. Bring the charm of canopies inside! A colorful gallery wall will line up quite nicely with Holi theme party decorations across the house.
Change up the lighting for the day with some colorful pendant lights or maybe even a disco ball! Create the perfect ambience to bring the party inside as the day progresses.
If you’ve wanted to change up the walls in any room, now might be the time to do it! Classic light walls will allow all your décor to pop and make a statement. This statement holds true for non-Holi theme decoration at home as well. It will give you a neutral canvas to work with for any future home décor projects. A gallery wall showcasing all your most cherished memories or one that displays your favorite artworks would be in tandem with the festive décor. An accent wall with statement wallpaper or even richly coloured paint would fit right in. Any feature wall ideas that you have will make for fantastic photo ops this festive season.
Easy alternatives for wall décor are some artistic wall hangings. You can keep them up for as long as you wish, without making any permanent changes to your home. You could make the multi-hued wall hanging yourself! Turn it into a family activity for some quality bonding time.
Beautiful Homes provides a massive range of services and products to cater to all your design and décor needs. Visit our website to choose the perfect option for wall transformations right in time for Holi. We offer a variety of peel and stick wallpapers, single coat emulsions, spray paint with your choice of finish made for all materials and much more. Our color selection tools can help you determine the best color palette for your home.
You may choose to avail the Quick Home Makeover services to get your home interior design Holi ready. Opt for our specialized services such as Safe Painting Services, Color Consultancy Services Online, Wood Solutions or Design Wall Makeover.
Cleanup after a Holi party can be a hassle and can put a damper on the festive spirits. Visit our website to know more about how to keep your home interiors and exteriors safe from the mess any celebration can create. Enjoy this festive season without worrying about planning or cleaning. Whatever your needs are, we at Beautiful Homes have your back.
Walk into any of our décor stores across India to get a better idea of all the products and services we have to offer. Our current stores are spread across Amritsar, Tumakuru, Raipur, Jaipur, New Delhi, Kochi, Karur, Coimbatore, Bengaluru and Nashik. In addition, we are in the process of opening up state-of-the-art stores across several cities.
Happy Holi, folks!
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