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Diwali is ’round the corner and that means two things – getting the gifting in order and redoing your house. What if you could combine both? While shopping for gifts, also come across decor ideas that could give your home a much-needed fresh lease of life? So we put together a Diwali gift guide that is sure to also help you do up your home. Take your pick from a range of scented candles, bed linens, photo frames and statement tableware pieces.

Nicobar’s Nakano Tapas Plate (set of 4), Rs 1,450
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Image: Courtesy Nicobar

A perfect set of tapas plate is evergreen. These faded Tuscan stoneware pieces feature colourful toucans, Chinese bellflowers, and lush foliage. The best part is that they work well for all occasions.

Handpainted platteres and plates by Baarique, Rs 4,000 (one platter)
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Image: Courtesy Instagram

Festive season calls for going back to your roots, and what better way than gifting these hand-painted set of metal plates and platters. Baarique has a vast variety of designs and tableware to choose from, and prices vary according to both.

Iris Reed Diffuser, Rs 450
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Image: Courtesy Iris

Reed diffusers not only make for fragrant gifts but also create a sense of calm when placed in one’s living space. The reeds are partially immersed in a bottle of fragrant oil, and this leads to the fragrance rising up the reeds and diffusing in the space. Great for good sleep and creating an inviting ambiance, our favourite is the lavender scent that exudes a sense of warmth and is perfect for the festive season.

Diyas by Intiki, Rs 1,688 (set of two) 
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Image: Courtesy Instagram

Candles make for an easy, useful Diwali gift. Just in case you want to veer away from earthen diyas, these cool Intiki ones made in brass are a good option.

Napin holders and vases by WonkyWorks 

 

Spread the message of sustainability with an upcycled decor piece by WonkyWorks. Every piece by the brand is made from a discarded glass bottles that are transformed into a decor item. Whether you are looking for plant chandeliers or vases in quirky shapes, this is cool label to check out.

Lotus Lead Incense Stick by Studio Trataka, Rs 2,790
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Image: Courtesy Instagram

If your loved one likes incenses, then opt for this lotus Lead Incense Stick by Studio Trataka – the bold colours and design stand out.

Cushion covers by Cottons & Satins 
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Image: Courtesy Instagram

Cushions have a way of making a room feel warm and inviting, and Cottons & Satins offer a wide range of cushion covers you can choose from.

Bed linens and cushions by Address Home
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Image: Courtesy Address Home

Whether you are a minimalist or a maximalist, bed linens make for a perfect gift for Diwali. We suggest veering away from lighter hues, and instead embracing dark, decadent tones of greys, blacks, and blues with Address Home’s new collection Noche. Bed spreads in viscose velvet, faux silk, and cushions featuring techniques of surface ornamentation exude a feeling of luxury and warmth.

Hanging Planters by Modern Quest, Rs 4,275 (set of 3) 
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Image: Courtesy Instagram

Everyone can do with a bit of greenery around them. While the standard pots set in a corner is a done to death idea, add a bit of character to your living space with these white hanging planters.