Diwali is one the most significant festivals of India. The ‘festival of lights’ as its popularly called, sends most Indian households into a redecoration or renovation tizzy. People like to welcome Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha into a fresh, clean and sparkling household that will attract prosperity and joy. Re-doing the décor by changing the lighting or doing some creative DIYs with lights adds a fresh dimension to the festive look. From fuzzy soft lights, strategically placed LED bulkheads to twinkling LED strip lights, here are some interesting lighting ideas to use LED lighting products for the purpose of redecoration:
1. LANTERNS AND OUTDOOR PENDANT LAMPS
Turn your outdoor space or balcony into a welcoming and roomy set up for Diwali parties or get-togethers by adding small couches, table tops and cushy seating. Illuminate the space by adding pendant lamps and lanterns. They don’t just look trendy but can also be customised to suit your mood- be it boho, oriental or ethnic.
An interesting décor idea to experiment with this Deepawali can be, re-doing or creating a wall in the hallway or even in the middle of the lobby with concept lighting. You can infuse the wall with LED bulkheads (innovation is the name of the game!) covered with Moroccan style filters for a contemporary vibe.
3. GUEST-FRIENDLY OUTDOORS
The paramount goal for any décor is that it should be warm and welcoming. The same applies to outdoors of the house as well. Lighting hedges, walkways and entrances with LED Bulkheads help create a more guest-friendly atmosphere. You can use LED strip lights to line the edging of your flower beds or walkways.
Lastly, candles and diyas are always a wonderful addition, and you can use LED-powered ones to line the path. The fact that LED has many benefits- like using less wattage so that one can use more fixtures; or that they last much longer and don’t require frequent replacements, making them a better option.
This Diwali, try these innovative lighting ideas for redecorating your spaces and welcome the lord with dazzle into your abode.