Pastel Diwali Inspiration with Pramila Gupta

Baby pink, pastels and neutrals are unconventional choices for diwali decoration

Baby pink, pastels and neutrals are unconventional choices for Diwali. What, no reds? Only touches of shimmers and golds? Yes, that’s right, and it all looks lovely too.

Decorated this diwali season with embracing Pink and Peach pastel pellet with a tinge of gold and silver

Pramila and I brainstormed about a Diwali theme for this blog, and she expressed that she would like to try this palette out, and I was on top of the world!

the living room corner decorated with light, gold curtain, green plants, standing lamp and chair in pink color

Its not too late for you to try it out this Diwali, and here is Pramila with the details!

The dining room is decorated with pink color - babies, blushes, roses, sakura, cotton candy all wear pink

The colour Pink signifies Health. It denotes Universal Love of oneself and others. This Diwali, I thought let it be the way of Life. Babies, Blushes, Roses, Sakura, Cotton Candy all wear pink.

Decorated this Diwali season with Pink and Peach pastel pellet with a tinge of gold and silver

I tried experimenting my decor this Diwali embracing Pink and Peach pastel pellet with a tinge of gold and silver. Inviting and Incorporating festive vibes was a important aspect while finalizing the getup. Terracotta Diyas, Flowers, Candles and illuminated curtains gave a serene, calm effect.

In this Diwali the living room is decorated with embracing Pink and Peach pastel pellet with a tinge of gold and silver

I decided to make the sofa as the focal point of the room by using lovely cushion covers. I thought of embracing grey with Pink since it was the most versatile choice in terms of gracefulness and soft highlights.

A Combination of Patterns, shimmers, textures in Cushion covers was used to undermine the effects of dullness in grey colour

A Combination of Patterns, shimmers, textures in Cushion covers was used to undermine the effects of dullness in grey colour. Subtle purple in the centre balanced everything out nicely! With the embellishment of pom-poms and pearl strings, I tried to infuse a touch of regality

the self at the corner of the living room
the pooja room is decorated with fresh flowers, lamp, diya, ganpati and green plants
the pooja room is decorated with fresh flowers, lamp, diya, ganpati and green plants
The balcony is decorated with light around the swing chair and Pom-Poms make from wool is used for the shawl swing chair cover and for the jute basket planter.
Diwali living room is decorated with pink cushion cover, diyas, and green plants
Diwali living room is decorated with pink cushion cover, diyas, wall frame and green plants

I am happy with the way we achieved this look, completely staying away from the traditional colours! I do hope you will try this palette out!

Wool was used to make Pom-Poms for the shawl which used for swing chair cover and for the jute basket planter.

Here is the list of few easy DIYs which I managed to style with

  1. Terracotta Diyas were Painted Pink.
  2. Books were wrapped in Pink. Even one of the Planter was pink wrapped.
  3. Wool was used to make Pom-Poms for the shawl which I used for my swing chair cover and for the jute basket planter.
  4. Pearl string for a touch of royalty on the White Lamp shade.

List of sources of d├ęcor item used

Pearl string for a touch of royalty on the White Lamp shade
  1. Peach cushion covers 18*18 (masper) and, lavender cushion cover 16*16 (interdecor), is from Mantra
  2. Pink cushion covers 16*16 (handicraft palace) from flipcart
  3. Silver sequin cushion cover 16*16 (zikrak) is from Amazon
  4. Gold cushion cover 16*16 (plushi) and Peach cushion cover 18*18 from pepperfry
  5. Rectangllar cushion covers from (throwpillow and resinancehomedecor)
  6. Pillar candles from Amazon
  7. Tablecover from Amazon and silver sequin table runner from Shein
  8. White floor lamp from home center
  9. Brass planter and candle holder and globe from west side home store
  10. Paintings on the wall are hand made
Decorated this diwali season with embracing Pink and Peach pastel pellet with a tinge of gold and silver

Thank you so much Pramila. We loved having you on board!

And, if you wish to save these images to your idea boards, head to our Pinterest board (we have already pinned these up there) and pin away!
Do follow Pramila on Instagram @colour.window.

Do have a look at ALL our diwali inspiration from this year and the years before, Click here

the pooja room is decorated with fresh flowers, lamp, diya, ganpati and green plants
 

One Comment

  1. Its really awesome home decoration. Giving the feel of Diwali in full swing.

     

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