Holi, the festival of colours, is nearing. This year ’round, apart from the usual burning of negativity (Holika) what else can we do to make our lives more zestful? Why not adopt the vibrancy of the festival into our homes, onto the walls and platforms?
“The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most.”
― John Ruskin, The Stones of Venice
There are always different variations to spicing up a plain white wall or a beige couch. Either you could pick your favourite colour and have different décor elements made out of the many shades of that colour. Or if you, like me, prefer color in its entirety, could place a few Rajasthani poufs against a plain wall facing a floor length window – seated where you could gaze at the outer world and enjoy a cool breeze. A good replacement of wind chimes are beaded curtains. They tinkle with the wind as well as make the room more bright.
Whether you hang these mesmerizing lanterns or place them on a table, they will surely make the room more lively.
A revolving light décor. Why only for Holi? It’s a perfect addition for indoor parties to pep up the atmosphere.
This cushion with its wide array of colours adds a cultural touch to your room which is synonymous with the festive season of Holi.
Plain couches contrast well with colourful cushions. But be sure to mix the right colours or it wouldn’t be a pleasing sight.
This spherical designed carpet speaks for itself. Rather it sells itself. One of a kind, its a spectacular addition to toned-down living rooms.
This block printed table runner can also be used as a wall tapestry. Hang them on the entrance foyer wall to welcome your guests with this wonderful splash of colour.
Let your creative juices flow and make the best use of this terracotta hanging set. Why stop with the rooms? Hang these in your balcony in keeping with the essence of Holi.
Be it the after-Holi party with friends & family or some alone “me” time, this bright set of Ottomans are worth every penny.
These are just a few things you can add in your homes. Be sure to visit Fab Furnish and discover a whole other world of décors to make your home that much more beautiful.