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These Photos are going to get you in the right mood for Diwali | Interior Designing Trends in Guwahati

Nehal Jain | November 02, 2018 17:40 hrs

This Diwali, give your house a bright and colorful look with the wide range of fancy lights that have come in trend. Today, there're a plethora of lighting options available in the market - from simple clay diyas to fancy light fixtures - to light up one's home for Diwali. But that's not what we're talking about. This Diwali, think out of the box and give your house a different touch. Chandeliers, wall lights, LED lights can enhance the aesthetic value of the home. 

So, here are some easy tips to light up your house this Diwali and welcome goddess Laxmi:

CHANDELIERS

Chandeliers are undoubtedly the most lustrous and attractive lights available in the market. One chandelier in the middle of the room and you’re good to go with the lighting decorations. 

HANGING LIGHTS

Hanging lights is the newest trend when it comes to indoor lighting. One can also use them to brighten up the garden or patio with hanging light fixture clustered at various heights. If you’re not much into chandeliers, you should definitely go with hanging lights that are adjustable in length.


LED LIGHTS AND MIRRORS

LED lights set just the right mood for conversations and cards. Hanging from the edges of the false ceiling or top edges of windows, this adds a sparkle to the living room. One can also opt for LED strings, LED strips, multi-colour LED sticks, floral crystals and waterproof LED lights, for the festive season. 

LANTERNS

An impressive, decorative lantern hanging in the entrance of your house can give a magnificent look! They add the festive sparkle when teamed with some candles and fairy lights. Antique-style kerosene lamps are also popular. They are available in different colours and can add an ethnic touch to the home’s decor.


WALL LIGHTS

Running the gamut from function to flair, wall lights come in a wide array of styles and serve many purposes. 
Lites has a wide range of wall lights available – from traditional to modern to chic, you name it and they have it! But the most suggested range this Diwali are the laser cutting wall lights. They even have wall lights in the shape of ‘Om’ and Lord Ganesha, if you’re looking for something more traditional.

Photo/ Location Courtesy: Lites, Dispur

(Lites is the one stop destination for all your light requirements! Providing customers with made in India lights that come with two years of guarantee, the store is located at the bustling GS Road, right next to Hotel Novotel.  The beautifully decorated showroom has a designated outdoor section, one of its kind in the entire northeast, a bar section so that the restaurant and bar owners do not feel left behind as well as a kids section for playschools and kids room!)

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