2023 Festive-Ready Elegant Eid Decoration Ideas For Your Home

by Sreya Dasgupta | March 12, 2023 | 8 mins read

Simple and stylish eid decoration ideas for your home

Add jannat to your home with these beautiful 10 favourite eid mubarak decoration ideas for your home, this year!

Eid is one of the most auspicious festivals celebrated by Muslims worldwide. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan and is observed as a day of gratitude — for food, health and family. It is the time when family and friends come together to thank the almighty for the blessings, give them strength to fast and practice resilience and self-control. This year, we’re all looking forward to hosting our loved ones at home for the festivities. And what better way to welcome the festive spirit than rejuvenating your home with Eid decorations. Read along to know more about how you can turn your space into a paradise this Eid with these 10 eid decorations to try out at home!

Enhance Your Eid Decorations At Home With An Ornate Carpet

While setting up our home for festivals, we usually tend to focus on decorating the walls, doors and things at eye level. But, floor decor is equally important to bring in the festive vibe as part of your Eid decoration ideas at home. Add a beautiful carpet in your living area and see how it enhances the look of your home. The intricate designs, fine knots and softness of pashmina wool will lend a comforting vibe to your living room and make it look enthralling and serene.

Eid home decoration idea for floor with a traditional Mussllah, Pashmina or Turkish carpet enhances the living room's look.
Decorate the floor of your living room with a traditional Mussllah, Pashmina or Turkish carpet
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Simple Wreath And Wall Banners Are Great DIY Eid Decorations

Looking for some simple decor elements for Eid? Nothing can be prettier than an ornamental wreath or Eid Mubarak banners. You can hang them on the wall of your living room, foyer area or your prayer rooms. These DIY Eid decorations will instantly amp up your space and lend a festive look to your home. Ample options are available online or you can just make one at home yourself. Mix it up with some fairy lights or glitter and you are good to go. You can hang them in front of your door as well to greet your guests.

Eid decorations on foyer area walls with Eid Mubarak banners and wreath brings a festive vibe.
DIY Eid decorations with wreath for the walls

Take Your Eid Decorations To The Balcony With String Lights And Plants

Turn your balcony into a beautiful hangout space for your friends and family. You can use some beautiful white curtains and add potted plants and comfortable seating to create a cosy vibe. Hang some fairy lights and Eid Mubarak-themed decorations on the wall to stitch the look together. Admiring the crescent moon while sipping on your favourite rose sharbat and unwinding with your friends and family is the best way to celebrate this auspicious festival. If you have some space in the corner of your balcony, add some rose petals and floating candles in a large bowl of water and place it on a stand. You could also add a few drops of rose water or perfume to set the right mood in your little outdoor space.

Eid Mubarak decoration in the balcony area with lights, plants and special decor elements brings a comforting vibe.
Make the most of your balcony and fill it with Eid special decor to turn it into a cosy hangout space

Create An Eidi Corner As Part Of Your DIY Eid Decoration Ideas

Eidi is an integral part of Eid Ul-Fitr. It’s a gift that elders, relatives and friends give to the kids in the family as part of traditional Eid celebrations. You can create a special Eidi corner in your home by arranging the gifts and adding some decorative elements. It can be a fun activity in which the kids can participate too. Golden crescent and star balloons along with DIY Eid decorations will be perfect to set a playful vibe around the Eidi corner. It’s also an excellent way to inculcate our traditional values among our kids in a jovial way.

Eid Mubarak decorations in the living room corner with string lights and balloons on the wall adds an aesthetic look.
Bring in some fun element to your Eid decor with a cute corner in your home

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Prep Your Dining Area With Eid Decorations For A Memorable Meal

Food is an integral part of Eid celebrations. So, decorating the dinner table is a must! It’s your day to bring out your best crockery and serve delicious food to your guests. Use traditional metal crockery and old fashioned tableware for the festive effect. After all, your Eid special biryani, sheer khurma, dry fruits, and desserts deserve the best serveware. You can also add candles, flowers and memorabilia to enhance the decor of your dining table. Use a traditional Dalla (jug) and cups for an authentic look and feel. 

Eid Milad un nabi decoration for dining table with traditional metal pottery, candles and flowers bring festive feel.
An elaborate table decor to treat your guest with the best of hospitality
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Brighten Your Home With Traditional Fanous And Eid Lights Decorations

Illuminate your space with traditional festive lighting. You can use some star and crescent moon hanging lights for your living room, dining space and balcony. This will bring a bright and beautiful vibe to your space and light up your home. Go a step further and get a Fanous (Ramadan special lantern) for your home. They will add to the beauty of your Eid decorations and are also believed to symbolise hope. Fanous literally means “light in the darkness” and was traditionally used to light up streets and homes during the month of Ramadan in ancient times. Thus, this traditional lantern will give a meaningful touch to your Eid decorations.

The living room decorated with lanterns and star lights on the wall is the best Eid Mubarak decoration ideas.
Light up your home with traditional Eid lanterns with Fanous and eid light decor

Dazzle Up Your Room With Eid Special Cushions, Curtains And Wall Decor

Special occasions deserve special decor. You can lend a dazzling touch to your home decor with glitter cushion covers, drapes and curtains. These will reflect the light beautifully and jazz up the entire space, lending a warm and welcoming vibe to the whole room. You can also add some metal wall art for a divine touch. These elements are some of the most popular Eid decoration ideas.

Eid al Adha decoration ideas, living room decorated with glitter cushion covers, drapes and curtain lends the festive vibe.
A touch of gold to lend a radiant glow to your home decor this Eid

Use Flowers As Part Of Your Eid Decorations At Home

Flowers play a pivotal role in Eid decorations. The fragrant and aesthetic aura they lend to any decor is incomparable. Use decorative vases to display the festive flowers. You can also decorate your balcony with garlands and mix in some fairy lights to add to the grandeur. A wreath on the entrance made of leaves, twigs and flowers with an Eid greeting is also a great way to welcome your guests.

Living room walls decorated with fresh flowers and hanging lights are the aesthetic Eid decoration ideas for home.
Incorporate some fresh flowers in your Eid decor for a fragrant and vibrant touch

Tap Your Creativity By Trying Out DIY Eid Decorations

Put your knack for art and craft to best use with some DIY Eid decorations. You can use paper cuttings and origami to make stars and crescent moons. Then, string them up together and use them as beautiful wall hangings. You can also make some personalised return gifts for your guests. A hand-crafted pouch with a personalised Eid greeting and a small gift can be a great idea. You can also make a return gift corner on the foyer unit. This is a great way of showing love and appreciation to your friends and family.

Eid DIY decorations on the living room wall with stars and a crescent moon made from origami papers look vibrant.
Easy Eid DIY decor that will lend a personalised touch to your home
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Eid Decoration Ideas For Your Prayer Room

The prayer room is one of the most spiritually powerful corners of your home. It fills your home with positive vibrations and helps you connect with the Almighty. So, up the tranquil and serene vibe of your prayer room during the festive season with some beautiful lights, drapes, prayer mats (also known as Mussala) and plants. You can also put frames with some surahs or quotes from the Quran Shareef on the wall. These are believed to spread positivity and protect you from negative vibes.

Eid al Adha decorations in the prayer room with lights, frames, plants and prayer mat can bring positive vibrations.
A simple yet elegant prayer room to bring in positive energy to your home

We hope these Eid decoration ideas will bring in a lot of nuance to your space and add to the festive vibe. If you are thinking of giving your home a new look and getting it designed by experts, book a consultation with Design Cafe today! Our experienced designers will help you plan and design your home’s interiors as per your requirements. And for more such inspiring design ideas, do check our blog and guide section.

Have a safe and blissful festival.

Here’s wishing Eid Mubarak to you and your family!

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Sreya Dasgupta is a content writer at DesignCafe

Sreya Dasgupta

Sreya Dasgupta is a content writer in DesignCafe who loves travelling, reading and archiving inspiring stories of life through her words. Her belief of finding something interesting in every nook & corner of this world, her passion for exploring new culture, culinary and lifestyle inspires her to write. When not working, she loves spending time with her Ukelele.

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