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Fun Lohri Decoration Ideas To Try At Home This Year

Lohri decoration ideas for your home

May the sweetness of jaggery, the warmth of groundnuts and these Lohri decoration ideas add zing to your life.

Celebrated with great pomp and show by the people of Punjab and many different states and cultures in India, Lohri celebrates sowing and harvesting. From vibrant and colourful decorations to a large gathering of people around the bonfire, this festival brings everyone together. And to make the most of it, here are some fun Lohri decoration ideas that you can try at home this year, to share your love and enthusiasm for this beautiful festival in 2023. If you are planning to celebrate Lohri, then we have some great ideas for your Lohri decorations to attract your guests.

Vibrant And Colourful Lohri Party Decorations For Your Home

There are endless everyday things you can decorate your abode with for Lohri. Use dupattas and sarees on the windows and in the living room for colourful Lohri decorations at home. Get your hands on some vibrant phulkari dupattas, and use them as backdrops, drape them on the walls of your master bedroom, and use them for the dining table. You can add little elements like small bells and ghungroos to them, or lace them for an interesting visual appeal.

Lohri decoration at home draped the ceilings with colorful dupattas
Drape the ceilings with colourful dupattas
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Light Up The Balcony With Lohri Decorations At Home

Have a balcony at home? Don’t miss out on showing your decor skills in this intriguing and fun space at home. Start by playing with lights and set up your balcony with a combination of bright and dim lights. Additionally, use diyas, and fire balloons to represent fire. Red and yellow pipe balloons for the fire and brown for the wood. Drape string lights on the balcony parapet which will look stunning from the outside. Lanterns can add a different dynamic and worn-out candle stands will give an authentic feeling of the festival.

Decorate the balcony for Lohri decoration with lights and flowers
Decorate the balcony with lights and flowers for Lohri

Add A Creative Spin To Your Home With These Lohri Party Decoration Ideas

A very important aspect of Lohri is the Lohandi fire. You can make a bonfire in the garden for your guests to cosy up around the fire. To begin with Lohri decorations at home, you can start by changing the upholstery to traditional decorative pillow covers, ceiling-hung fairy lights and a genda phool wall-hung decor. You can also choose to change your home’s wall decor, and add something special and more traditional similar to the art frame, as seen in the image. Pro tip: Stick to two to three colours to create a thematic Lohri decoration at home.

Lohri party decorations at home make the most of the traditional touch by hanging flowers and fairy lights
Make the most of traditional Lohri decoration ideas

Add Rangolis As A Lohri Decoration At Home This Year

Designs, creativity and colours are an endless affair in the Indian traditions, cultures and festivities scene. And nothing sparks it better than some vibrant rangoli design in your living room foyer space. Temporary and easy to clean with no mess left behind, your rangoli can be made more beautiful with the addition of flowers, god idols, dhols and cute DIY crafts to the space. Additionally, you can place diyas and flowers on the rangoli as a Lohri party decoration idea to add to the decor.

Lohri rangoli design with flowers and place diyas as a Lohri decoration idea at home
Rangoli, flowers and diyas for Lohri decoration

Lohri Decoration Ideas Are Incomplete Without Traditional Decor Pieces

Hay is commonly seen in Punjab and can be used for decor. It is pretty cheap and available easily. It will help balance the loud Lohri party decoration ideas that you may incorporate across your home. Have space to spare? Then add a khatiya (charpai) for seating. Additionally, as shown in the image, you can give it a homey spin with fairy lights, genda phool garlands and festive upholstery. Decorated with ribbons and paper windmills, and parandis, you can also leave some props on the bed and see people fighting for space and clicking tons of pictures. 

Decoration with traditional items for Lohri completes the festive vibe
Embrace tradition with age-old Lohri decoration ideas

Dining Table Filled With Delicious Treats As Lohri Party Decorations

Indian festivals are incomplete without delicious treats, sweets and festival food essentials! Entice your guests by setting up the dining table with bright coloured cloths. Add some candles or use paper lantern centrepieces for a modern take on Lohri decoration at home. Create a beautiful table spread with sweets such as Phirni, Gulab Jamun, Rabdi jalebi, kheer etc. Keep Lohri essentials like Revdi, Gajak, and groundnuts ready on the table and serve your guests these traditional Lohri recipes.

Lohri theme decoration for dining room makes lohri party decorations
Food essentials for a fun Lohri theme party
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Dance to the tunes of dhols and nagadas, play popular Punjabi music and bhangra the night away with the aforementioned Lohri decoration ideas for a super awesome Lohri theme party. Want to add more to your home’s interiors? Book a FREE Consultation with DesignCafe’s top designers or visit an Experience Centre near you to get started on your dream home interior solutions. 

Wishing everyone a happy and safe Lohri!

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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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