Diwali may have ended but the holiday season has just begun. This time of the year is meant for prominent and positive makeovers, be it on a personal level or otherwise. It is a known fact that your surroundings impact your mood and personality. Being a participant in the on-going holiday period, it totally makes sense to amp up your home’s ambience with a few décor elements here and there.
A little drama in your interiors can never go wrong. All it takes is the addition of statement furniture, lights, showpieces, accessories or wall art that are dynamic enough to steal the show. Bold wallpaper, a large portraits or a painting on a wall are some ways to bring that drama into your décor with a personal touch. Alternatively, a piece of furniture or a showpiece that is seemingly predominant in the entire room can readily bring that festive change as well.
Pop of Colour
Some love drawing in maximal designs and décor into their living space while some like it minimal yet impactful. To bring about a festive spirit while also adhering to your minimal taste, playing with colours in your abode is a favourable option. Simply, repaint a wall with a new colour or replace those cushion covers, bedsheets and mats with other bright hues and prints.
The dining table is one crucial spot of the house with conversations about the day being exchanged over everyday meals. Needless to say, it is also one main area to add holiday decor to. Start with the basics. Swap your regular crockery and cutlery sets with a new one or simply invite a new tablecloth and napkins in to dine with you. In case, if the changes do not appeal to you, placing a bunch of flowers or a candle in the centre will take care of it.
A little bling can go a long way! This year, bold hues teamed with a bit of shine are huge. When looking for décor items, do not shy away from some shimmer. Let in brass elements and home accessories that are tinted with some glimmer, portraying the holiday spirit in all terms.
Moreover, we personally believe that the inclusion of vases and indoor pot plants fit every occasion, every preference and every vibe. Our luxury holiday homes across India are designed with that in mind too. It adds freshness and comfort in our villas in Goa and properties in Ooty, Kotagiri and Coonoor. On that note, we leave you with this guide and good wishes for the forthcoming months!
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