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Dussehra Decoration Ideas For Your Home

Dussehra decoration ideas for your home

Let’s get into a little bit of history of why Dussehra is celebrated. Dussehra is celebrated to cherish the win of good over evil. It is the day Rama kills Ravana, the king of Lanka who kidnapped Sita. This Dussehra we want you to make sure you deck up your home the right way with enthusiasm and cheer. And that is why we at Design Cafe have come up with a blog on Dussehra decoration ideas for your home.

Let The Aroma Speak This Dussehra

Let the aroma work its way through your living room this Dussehra. If you want your living room smelling great and also need some aromatherapy then this Dussehra decoration is meant for you. It’s time you get the candles and incense sticks out. Make sure your living room smells amazing this Dussehra by lighting scented candles and fruity or floral-scented incense sticks. If you have a plain wall it’s time, you pepped it up. Take a look at this living room. It has a beautiful painting that depicts Ramayana hanging off a plain wall which merges beautifully into the festive theme. Garlands drop down from the painting, which adds to the festive vibe.

Dussehra decoration ideas for your living room
A living room within a coffee table decked up with candles and incense sticks

Have A Dashing Entry To Your Home On Dussehra

Have a grand entry to your home this Dussehra. Check out this Dussehra decoration idea which will leave your foyer looking fabulous. This foyer is decked up with some vibrantly coloured rangoli on the floor that brightens up space. Miniature candles are placed on the rangoli that light up the foyer. Diya’s in a bowl on a traditional round rug look really beautiful as they rest and float in water. A flower garland is placed on the door which enlightens the entry.

Foyer decoration ideas for dussehra festival
A foyer decorated with a multicoloured rangoli and mini candles
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Get Out The Linen And Deck Up Your Living Room On Dussehra Day

It’s time you got all your traditional rugs out and put them to display. This decoration for Dussehra is for those who like to decorate your living room with a variety of rugs and linen. This living room has a rich red futon with pretty throws in yellow and green thrown over it. The plain white wall is decorated with a mythological painting and fairy lights that lights up the space with a warm glow. The floor has a large rug depicting a mythological story that is excellent to bring a festive vibe into this living room.

Living room decor ideas for dussehra hyderabad telangana
A living room decorated with a traditional rug, a painting and rich red futon

Dashing Dandiya Stick Decor This Dussehra

Dandiya is generally played during late evenings after one is done performing all the religious rituals. The Dandiya sticks represent the sword of Goddess Durga. Garba and Dandiya are believed to be the dramatisation of the fight between the Goddess and Mahishasur– the mighty demon king. A great way to decorate an accent wall or even a plain wall is by hanging dandiya sticks on the wall. They make a great piece of art.

Wall decor with dandiya sticks for dussehra decoration
A red accent wall decorated with dandiya sticks as wall art

It’s Time To Pep Up Your Pooja Room

Pamper your pooja room this Dussehra with some super cool pooja room decoration ideas. Take a look at this pooja room that has been decorated with garlands made from red and pink roses. This rose garland transforms the look of the idol of god by giving it a more rich and festive look.

Dussehra decoration ideas for your pooja room
A pooja room with the idol of god decorated with rose garlands and bowls filled with fruit
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Shreya Bilagi is a content writer at Design Cafe home interiors blog.

Shreya Bilagi

Shreya Bilagi is a content writer at Design Cafe who has a creative and adventurous personality. She has worked in the media for the past four years starting off as a Radio Jockey with Radio Mirchi and later an anchor on television. Her love for dogs is infinite. Art and culture, spirituality, theatre, travelling, Netflix and wine all fall under her circle of passion.

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