The living room is the first place most people think about decorating during Ramadan. Here is where we spend most of our time and where visitors are first greeted.
So, make it stand out with stunning Ramadan Kareem decorations by decorating it from top to bottom. Here are some helpful hints that you're sure to enjoy.
You can never have too many Ramadan trinkets! Products such as coasters, candles, photo frames, and wooden boxes are adorned with Islamic designs like the trendy Khayamiya or Arabic calligraphy.
Your couch, too, needs an upgrade. To finish your Ramadan decor, gather some throw pillows and a blanket with a similar design.
The windows of your house should be decorated with lanterns during Ramadan. Don't forget to fill empty spaces, such as behind the TV, with Ramadan lamps of varying sizes.
The table in the middle of the room is up for interpretation. Start with matching the table
runner and cushions, then fill the bottom shelf with various Ramadan treats.
Crescent moon and star-shaped serving platters are widely available. Put chocolate-covered dates, dried fruits, almonds, and other Ramadan delights on these trays.
Over the television, decorate the wall with Ramadan Kareem posters and a garland of lights in the form of miniature lanterns or stars.
Ramadan Flowers are another fun way to celebrate. Put as many bright flowers as you want on the walls and ceiling of your living space.