Subtle, Trendy Decorations To Keep Your Ramadan Fresh!

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As we spend time planning all the gatherings during the month of Ramadan. A new bride has the primary mission of decorating her home during the holy month. Whether you are a social butterfly trying to manoeuvre the countless Iftars and Sohours, or you prefer going into hermit mode and catching up on all the different shows; it’s known that there are a few things everyone should do with Ramadan coming in.

The first being buying a kaftan, because everyone knows Ramadan is the season of kaftans at any time of year. The other is of course the decorations, it’s no longer enough just to put a few lanterns here and there. There has to be a bit more, especially if you have guests coming over. Although deciding where the line begins and ends is very blurry sometimes which is why we listed a few subtly trendy decorations to keep your Ramadan vibes in check. After all no one wants their house to look like an Ahwa.

Lanterns And Light

 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Ramadan decoration without some lanterns and lighting here and there, which is why you should always consider it as part of your decoration list. However don’t settle for the average shaped Ramadan lantern when there is so much room for experimentation and variation. There are tons of artistic lanterns made from different materials and designs to try out that also have a variation of carved designs. From Arabic calligraphy to small simple designs and more complex oriental patterns, you can create any backdrop of shadows with these artisan lanterns.

It’s also important to remember that it doesn’t just stop at lanterns, but you can work a variation of decorations and create a very welcoming and warm ambience with candles as well. Whether the candle holder options are the ones with Ramadan embellishments or the candles themselves, there is a lot to experiment with in regards to lighting and overall ambience.

Read more: New bride? Ramadan Iftar Outfits To Try Out!

Table Wear and Covers

 After you are done with the lights of course we head to the table, this is a very easy and simple way to add some Ramadan touches to your dinner. By using patterned place mats or a table cover it can definitely add a touch of oriental Ramadan vibes, you can also use napkins and cups that have some touches of pattern and calligraphy for an extra touch. It doesn’t stop at just the covers, if you also have trays you like to put sweet or nuts in, you can purchase Ramadan styled ones that mesh with the same colour tone and style.

 

Bonus points to make your home extra Ramadan-esque is to of course use some Bokhoor and have that going around the house while also adding some background oud music after Iftar as well!

As we spend time planning all the gatherings during the month of Ramadan. A new bride has the primary mission of decorating her home during the holy month. Whether you are a social butterfly trying to manoeuvre the countless Iftars and Sohours, or you prefer going into hermit mode and catching up on all the different shows; it’s known that there are a few things everyone should do with Ramadan coming in.

The first being buying a kaftan, because everyone knows Ramadan is the season of kaftans at any time of year. The other is of course the decorations, it’s no longer enough just to put a few lanterns here and there. There has to be a bit more, especially if you have guests coming over. Although deciding where the line begins and ends is very blurry sometimes which is why we listed a few subtly trendy decorations to keep your Ramadan vibes in check. After all no one wants their house to look like an Ahwa.

Lanterns And Light