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Add These Chic Décor Items To Your Diwali Shopping Spree!

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With Diwali comes the hassle or the joy of gifting — depending on how you see it. But for the most part, it’s fun since you know you will be getting some goodies, too. The tiring part is to raid the shops, finding the perfect gift for your loved ones. Even after walking for miles and spending the whole day doing just festive shopping, the end result isn’t always satisfactory. That’s where online shopping becomes your saviour, even though it might not be everyone’s cup of tea, especially during a festival as big as Diwali. Online shopping for home stuff can be a little tricky, but in today’s day and age, it is seriously the best. Even more so when it’s at the last minute! Yes, the festival of lights is only a few days away.

To make your task easier, here is a curated list of décor items that make for excellent gifts! Or you can just buy them to make your home look pretty. From a silver Ganesha idol to a quirky serving tray, this list of 10 cool things will definitely have you swiping your card.


Buddha Idol_hauterfly

Home Magenta Polyresin Religious Idol (Rs 1,487)



Gisele Candle Jar (Rs 1,950)


Copper Jaismand Bowl_Hauterfly

Home Center Jaismand Copper Bowl (Rs 906)


The Year Of Cozy_Hauterfly

The Year Of Cozy Coffee Table Book (Rs 658)


Gold Playing Card Box_Hauterfly

Gold Playing Cards Box (Rs 1,490)


Cushion Cover_Hauterfly

Aurora Tranquil Filled Cushion (Rs 350)


Nicobar Salt Pepper Shaker_Hauterfly

Hathi Salt & Pepper Shaker (Rs 850)


Kahla Gold Dinnerware Collection_Hauterfly

Kahla Magic Gold Drip Collection (Rs 2,519)


Hanging lantern_Hauterfly

Anasa Green Metal Lantern (Rs 3,591)


India Circus Mysterious Doorway Tray_Hauterfly

India Circus Mysterious Doorway Tray (Rs 1,899)


Good Earth Candle_Hauterfly

Good Earth Blue Dove Ivory Candle (Rs 2,800)


Hauterfly's Lifestyle writer and resident Potterhead. In love with boxes, diaries, food, and conversations. Always in a state of fernweh. (Don't know what that means? Search the site for more!)

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