Christmas – The Season of Joy & Giving

Bring in the festive season with the best decorating tips for your home. A time best spent with family and friends at home, get ready to have each and every inch of your home decked up with decorations and ornaments.

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Use special wrapping paper to coordinate and complement your home décor. You could also use the same technique for the Christmas tree decorations as well. Speaking of decorations, Layer, layer and layer! Use objects of different heights, start by hanging oversized snowflakes, and building up the table with tall candlesticks.

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Play with color! Go for non-traditional colors, instead of the typical red and green palette, mix it up a little bit like metals with retro elements. The gold and silver duo can never go out of style. This Christmas embrace color, the more the merrier.

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And then, there was wine! Stock the bar with all the merry making essentials to bring in the festive season. You can also add a touch of greenery and glasses to accessorize.

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Classic always scores, do up your Christmas trees by finding the right tree, ornaments, tree toppers, tree skirts, garland, and other on-theme decorations. There’s always room for a classic tree in your living room.

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Who says that all the festivities have to be limited only to the living room? Deck out the kitchen with these adorable mini wreaths that we are so in love with. Oh and don’t forget the champagne! Well, we hope you have a Christmas filled with joy, love and hope. Season’s greeting from Russet Studio.

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Diwali – The Season to Indulge

From nostalgic scents of freshly made sweets dominating the air, the shimmering candles all alongside the handmade diyas to the glittering festie wear. Diwali is all about the victory of good over evil and welcoming the new. What better way to bring in the new then by sprucing up your home without burning a hole in your pocket. Here’s a list of a few tips you can use this Diwali.

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Fresh furnishing are a must have. Don’t be afraid to us some bold colors and patterns. Go desi with some traditional Indian Motifs like gotta patti, mandala prints, peacock motifs and intricate block prints. Another direction to explore could be to go for really graphic cushions for a cool and casual touch.

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Antique metal vessels are a go to for adding a dash of the old world charm. Used mostly during the pooja ceremony, these beautiful and intricate vessels make a lovely addition to your home accessories.

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Diwali is a festival of lights, so how can we leave out the most integral part of the décor – Lighting. So while most opt for fairy lights, decorative lights and lanterns or kandils, you can always experiment and try something different. You can always use frosted or colored jars with fairy lights or even hand woven rattan lamps.

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