17 Diwali Inspirations: Decorations for Small Spaces
You'd be surprised how small additions of Diwali decor can transform and bring in the festivities into your homes
With Deepavali just around the corner, have you decided what Diwali decorations to put up this year? Don't worry if you only have a small space to work with. You'd be surprised how even the smallest choice decor additions can really bring out the festivities in your home.
Here are some inspirations for some last minute simple Diwali decorations that will have your guests talking.
Diwali decorations and Inspirations for 2018
1. This table centrepiece
If all you have are diyas and some wine glasses, why not try and put this together instead. It is simple yet elegant and only requires you to buy some fresh flowers.
2. Flower wreath and candle holder
Fresh flowers and wreaths are also a great way to bring life to a boring old candle centrepiece. Not only do they add colour, but also leaves a lingering fragrance in your homes.
3. Glass stained bottles and fairy lights
If you find diyas or lanterns are little too mainstream, why not make your own stained glass bottles with the festives' colours and some fairy lights? Both items can be purchased easily from most shops even at last minute's notice.
4. This cute elephant flower pot
If you have the time, why not check out some home decoration places. You never know, they might have something relevant like this cute little elephant vase!
5. Handcrafted candles
Nothing shouts Diwali more than handcrafted candles like these. Place some in the bathroom or on table corners and enjoy its beautiful glow.
6. These super cool light bulbs
Another unique and not your usual mainstream Diwali decorations are these amazingly simple yet modern looking lights. Mono and chic inspiring decor are always in
7. Decorative curtains bedazzled with lights
Slightly different than traditional Diwali decorations, here's a more modern twist to using curtains to decorate a wall. Even the dangling flower fairy lights add a nice soft touch.
8. Dangling Torans made out of bhudi leaves
Traditional but not too traditional are these simple dangling torans instead of the usual dangling flowers that can be a little overwhelming. Think simple but functional and you can dangle them from beams and front doors.
9. Napkin holders
These beautifully crocheted napkin holders do not shout Diwali decorations in your face but add a nice touch of elegance to your dining table.
10. Rangoli alternatives
Love to have a Rangoli but don't have space for it? Then check out these rangoli inspired candle holders.
11. Bedroom inspiration
Your bedroom is probably the last place you want people to see, but we thought we'd throw this one in any way. It is amazing how Diwali inspired bed sheets, bed runners and fairy lights can do.
12. Flower and candle combo
A not so Diwali take on handcrafted candles but still as beautiful. You can always switch up the flowers and make it more festive.
13. Wall decorations
Decorate your walls with these dangling flower and lights! It's a great idea for those of you who own landed properties!
14. Paper thread dangling lights
Replace your dining light temporarily with these dangling lights! Nothing like celebrating the festival of lights over dinner with your guests.
15. Dangling lights and Diwali inspired dreamcatchers
A last minute DIY project you can make out of your existing earings and bangles are these Diwali inspired dreamcatchers! Who would have thought you could upcyle with accessories!
16. Swan teaspoons holder
This beautiful metal piece caught our eye while we were browsing for the best Diwali decors for you. Something so dainty yet elegant would be a nice touch to your living room table.
17. Colourful lanterns
And of course, since we are celebrating the festival of lights, we should never forget the colourful lanterns. Use them as centrepieces at the dining table or in your staircase area, these colourful lanterns will surely brighten up your homes this Diwali.
We hope this inspires you to run and make those last minute purchases. Even simple additions can make the world's difference. And we at Nonilo would love to wish you and your family Happy Deepavali!