5 New Festive Decor ideas that you need to try this Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesha Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is a 10 day Hindu festival that celebrates Lord Ganesha. It is an auspicious festival where people give extra attention to the décor of their homes. Colours are added in many forms to liven up ordinary spaces. If you are yet to work on the decoration part then worry not. Our décor ideas will create an ambiance filled with purity and divinity. Check out these 5 eye-catchy and innovative and affordable ideas to welcome your Bappa
Colourful scarves: Using colours in your décor provides an aura of excitement and festivities. Using stoles or scarves in various colours is a unique way of adding brightness and colour to your décor.
Decorate with flowers: Flowers not only look good but also smell good. Using flowers not only increases the festive spirit but also brightens the space. They add a natural touch to the decor
Decorate with a combination of flowers and light: Lights give an ethereal touch to your décor especially during the evenings. Combining them with flowers creates a magical look to your home decorations.
Decorate with color: Colours add vibrancy and charm to any ordinary decoration. You can inject a splash of color in the form of powdered colours, flowers, and wall hangings. Using colour is the easiest form of making a décor visually pleasing without going overboard.
Decorate with coconuts: If you want a unique décor like none other, opt for coconuts as decoration. Coconuts can be hung from the ceiling to create a stunning effect. Your décor will definitely be the talk of the town with this special arrangement.
Neetu Singh (Business Developer and Technical Advisor)
Neetu is working with Trysquare Flooring Pvt LTD, Banglore as a business developer and technical advisor as well. She has been working in this field for the last 12 years which has contributed to her technical know-how and an in-depth understanding of the customer’s requirements. This helps in providing a customised and unique design for every client. During her spare time, she pens down her ideas, research and finds for Trysquare’s blog. She is an avid reader, travel enthusiast and nature lover.