2. Tête-à-Tête corners
Whether it’s for a game of cards or an evening of tea, coffee tables go beyond the coffee in the cup. These routine essentials are on everyone’s shopping list, but if you’re seeking a lust worthy piece, magnificent ethnic trunks from the British Raj can be a great choice!
And to add a festive touch, adorn them with copper plates filled with jasmine and marigolds.
3. Glam Glow
The festival of light cannot be complete without, well, lights. Embellish your home with imperial chandeliers or bring home filament lamps, give the diyas some elegant company.
4. All In The Details
Think fragrant tea-lights floating in golden urlis or antique brass idols to line your table top. Make this Diwali green, rail planters in full bloom make for beautiful window sills against Kanjeevram curtains.
5. Bon Appétit
What is a celebration without goblets of sherbet, platters of motichoor ladoos and trays of namkeens? If you’re looking to give your hosting skills an upgrade, opt for quintessential tabletops, accessorise with quirky crockery replete with motifs from times bygone.
(The author is the interior design expert at Pepperfry)
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