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September 29, 2021

Tips to give a makeover to your home for Navratri 2021

It’s that time of the year -- nine days of dressing up, dancing, singing and enjoying. But why should only you have all the fun. For Navratri 2021, why not give a makeover to your home decor as well? Let’s look at some ways in which you can make your home a part of your festivities.

Make changes to your living room furniture

If you are thinking of revamping or bringing changes to your living room furniture, Navratri is a good time to do it. This way, you’ll be ready for Diwali. If you’re looking to buy new furniture, you could consider buying a new sofa, lounge chairs or a center table for your living room.

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Spruce up your walls with ethnic artwork

There are many ways in which you can brighten up your walls with ethnic artwork. Think embroidered and mirror work wall pieces, Rajasthani paintings or Kutchi mud work and mirror work decorative pieces.

Another way to add style on your walls is by putting up Navratri themed paintings of dancers. You could even go with vibrant photo frames with images of your choice.

Curtains and linen

When we’re talking about Navratri home decoration ideas, how can we forget curtains and linens? And no, you don’t need to buy new curtains or cushions. You can add bright Navratri colors to your existing living room linen.

Bring some bright dupattas, bandhini, embroidered, or mirror work dupattas and hang over the curtains. This will add instant color to your living room. Make sure you add bright Navratri colors such as red, yellow, orange, and green. Similarly, add some colorful cushions and a throw on your living room sofa or lounge chairs.

Enhance the floor

There are many ways to make your floor look good and festive. How about making a rangoli with fresh flowers at the entrance. A colorful rug under your living room center table could give an instant uplift. If you want to keep it simple, make rangoli with color or bring ready-made paper rangolis and place them in different corners of your living room.

Decorate your entrance door

If you’re looking for grand and elaborate Navratri home decoration ideas, give a makeover to your home entrance door. And there are many ways to do it. You could bring fancy, colorful lights, or large flower toranas and hang at the entrance.

If you’re up for it, why not give a splash of color to your entrance door. Paint the door in bright colors and festive designs such as floral, peacock, mango and leaf motifs. These are traditional motifs that signify auspiciousness.

Keep it rich, bold and beautiful

There are endless ways in which you can add a festive vibe to your home for Navratri 2021. Just remember, whatever you do, keep it bold, colorful, rich and as beautiful as the festival is. You could bring some new decor elements into your home by adding large vases with flowers, pots with dry decor, festive showpieces in gold and silver, among other ways.

It’s time for Navratri 2021

Now that you have so many new ideas to decorate your home for Navratri, how are you going to start your preparations? If you’re looking to start with furniture, check out Nilkamal online furniture collection. You’ll find a range of lounge chairs, sofas, center tables, and more for your living room. Whatever you do, just remember -- keep it bright and festive!

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