7 Beautiful Varamahalakshmi Decoration Ideas For Your Home
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7 Easy Varamahalakshmi Decoration Ideas For Indian Homes

Varamahalakshmi decoration ideas at home

Women observe Varamahalakshmi Vrata for the well-being of their families and themselves. It is performed by worshipping the Goddess Varalakshmi, which is equivalent to worshipping Ashtalakshmi — the eight goddesses of wealth, earth, wisdom, love, fame, peace, contentment and strength. This festive season, immerse your home in pure, Indian traditional energies with these Varamahalakshmi decoration ideas.

Begin Your Varamahalakshmi Decoration At Home With Floral Rangoli And Lights In The Foyer

It’s time to get festive and with that comes a lot of challenges on how you can upgrade and transform your space with the best of home decor. To begin with some fun Varamahalakshmi decoration ideas, you can start decorating your home’s foyer or entryway with lights and traditional flowers like marigold. Floral garlands can be hung on the wall’s sides while the flowers can make for a lovely floral arrangement in the form of a rangoli.

Varamahalakshmi decoration ideas transform your space with floral rangoli and lights in the foyer
Go back to your roots with floral rangolis

Varamahalakshmi Festival Decoration Ideas For Your Living Room

For someone that likes to play around with elements, you can always spruce up designated spaces. For instance, this coffee table has been lovingly bordered with floral garlands. The pooja thali comprising Indian sweets and laddoos make for a happy welcome for guests that arrive home. It’s a simple Varamahalakshmi decoration, and looks inviting too. You can also give the seating spaces in your living room a makeover with new and fresh festive upholstery, like, the sofa and pillow covers, a set of festive curtains and even a dynamic 3D wall art to add to the simple Varamahalakshmi decoration’s appeal at home.

Varamahalakshmi festival decoration with floral garlands and diyas lends a festive vibe to your living room
A floral delight for Varalakshmi decor
Complete home interior design solutions with beautiful pooja room designs

Try Quick Festive DIY For Your Varamahalakshmi Decoration Ideas At Home

If you are running short of time and still want to be able to make your home a happy festive one, you can look out for quick DIY fixes like creating paper diyas. This lovely diya trail makes for a happy wall decor and easily livens up the space. You can also complement your room’s decor with ambient lights like the fairy lights and traditional diyas on the corners of your room. You can switch the real diyas with electrically-operated ones to avoid accidents, in case you have toddlers at home.

Decoration for varalakshmi vratham with a DIY paper diyas
Go DIY with paper diyas for Varamahalakshmi decor

Fully Floral And Traditional Varalakshmi Pooja Decoration Ideas

When all fails, run to your nearest florist and bring in some fresh floral garlands. Bring them aplenty, as we’d be using them everywhere, as a curtain trail behind the sofas, as an entryway decor on the door and even just flowers to add to your pooja room, just like we did in the living room. There’s always much more you can do to your home, but if you want to keep it low-key and simple, florals can be a fine addition to your Varamahalakshmi home decoration ideas for 2022.

Varalakshmi pooja decoration with a fresh floral garlands
Use traditional marigold for all your festive decor

Also, Read About How To Decorate Pooja Room

Embrace Minimalism With Simple Pooja Preparations For Varalakshmi Decoration

If you are someone that isn’t into the ol’ razzle dazzle of decorating your home, you can simply choose to keep it minimalistic and clean with simple pooja preparations. A lovely pooja thali, a kalash with mango leaves, Goddess Lakshmi and her stage are enough to make ways for a successful Varamahalakshmi pooja at home. So, don’t give into the pressure of making it work with lavish home decorations, if you want to keep it simple and light.

Simple varamahalakshmi decoration with pooja thali, kalash with mango leaves
A simple preparation for Varamahalakshmi Pooja

Decorate Your Pooja Room For Varamahalakshmi With Lights And Brass Ware

Lights play a pivotal role in bringing in a lovely cosy vibe at home. For Indian festivals, the idea of surrounding yourself with lights is one that every individual partakes in. With that being said, you can shine some light onto your pooja space with fairy lights on either side of the pooja room. Ensure that your pooja room doesn’t fall short of the traditional pooja saamagri. Simply put, a  copper or brass plate filled with sweets, fruits, pooja essentials and a kalash with mango leaves over a rice rangoli.

Varamahalakshmi simple decoration for pooja room with lights and brass ware
Add brightness to your pooja room with fairy lights
Are you looking for traditional pooja room designs?

Bring In The Festive Vibe By Transforming Your Living Room

When at home, we love to change our upholstery as per the occasion, and so can you! You can up your festive game this Varamahalakshmi Pooja day by changing your sofa and pillow covers into something more fitting and traditional for Indian festivals. You can also try your hands on some wall art or vinyl decor like this beautiful wall art of Goddess Lakshmi. And if you don’t want to commit to vinyl decor, you can always switch it with a hanging canvas art for the wall.

Varalakshmi decoration ideas for your living room  with wall art of Goddess Lakshmi
Transform your living room into an Indian festive home

And that brings us to the end of our Varamahalakshmi decoration ideas for your home. And now that you are here, why not look at some more decor ideas for this year’s upcoming festivities? Check out our collection of festive decoration blogs:

Nikita Raikwar is a content writer at Design Cafe's home interiors blog.

Nikita Raikwar

Nikita Raikwar is a Senior Content Writer at DesignCafe. She is an ambivert with a love for travel and dancing. You will often find her with her favourite book in her reading nook, urban sketching, or practicing the art of coffee making. She is your go-to for crime and thriller movie recommendations and loves to club her movie marathons with a Margherita pizza in one hand and a Pinot Grigio in the other.

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