Don’t feel like painting your walls this Diwali? Here are 5 budget-friendly alternatives

  • Don’t feel like painting your walls this Diwali? Here are 5 budget-friendly alternatives

    Summary:

    Diwali is here and it is celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm around the country. Festivals are one reason for new clothes, new furniture, and makeovers. But if this year, you couldn’t manage to give your house a look, here are 5 alternatives you can choose from to bring some life to your usual walls.

    Diwali is around the corner and its time that you give your house a new makeover. But wait, don’t have enough time to get new furniture or paint your walls with an absolutely exotic bright color? Well, you needn’t be in despair. You don’t need paint to bring life to your walls. Wondering how? Well, you can decorate your walls without the mainstream paint, you just need to blink that creative eye and your wall will be good to go.

    Here are some alternatives you can use on your walls instead of usual paints.

    Graffiti

    Graffiti designs are in season and look absolutely trendy everywhere. If you’re bored with plain dull walls at your place, bring that creative side of yours into the light and draw graffiti the way you want. It will not only give your walls a much-personalized touch but you’ll adore them much more.

    Wall Hanging

    You can use peppy wall hangings to give your house perfect festive looks. Add some Rajasthani puppets, or some tinkling wall hangings and drive the festive zeal in full spirit.

    Wall Stickers

    Wall stickers have become extremely popular and are easily available too. They do not cost much is super easy to use. Doesn’t this sound to be a really nice deal with everything simple, easy and budget friendly? Have any sticker of your choice and place them as and when you feel like.

    Use bed sheet as wall cover

    Thinking how is that possible? Well, it’s easy than anything else, its something you can opt without much effort. You just need your favorite bed sheet and some lights (to bring the Diwali feel). Pin up the bed sheet on the wall, and the new look is ready.

     Bring in some paintings or mirrors

    If you are somebody who admires art, this can be your option too. Bring some good paintings in different sizes and cover your wall with them. Or you can opt for a statement painting covering most of your wall, but you have to look at the proportion of your room. You can also place some mirrors which looks equally good.

    You don’t have to stick to mainstream ideas to celebrate Diwali, think different and make the most of your Diwali.

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