When it’s Ramadan, the Muslim community knows it’s time for some special attention to our behaviors and for those around us. In the holy month of Ramadan, your home requires similar attention as you will have many visitors for iftar or even suhur! This article will be very helpful for you to decorate your home with many creative Islamic accessories!
Decor for the Special Event
As the Muslim community cares about keeping good relationships with family, friends, and neighbors, the hosts specifically care about serving the guests in a perfect manner when they pay a visit. In Ramadan, visits increase drastically; so, the hosts have to be extra careful with the way they treat their hosts. During iftar or suhur, besides the food, how you present your home to your guests is as important.
To impress your guests and satisfy them with your creative decorations, you should use lighting for your benefit. Candles and string/ led strip lights are essential to decorate the streets during Ramadan. So, why not bring it to your own living room? You can light candles in regular dim light to make your modern living room look more holy during iftar.
It will make people feel cozy and happy surrounded by loved ones during iftar. After all, it’s what Ramadan is!
Decor to Complement your furniture
One of the Islamic decorations that you can use is the crescent shape. You can find wooden and metal accessories (wooden dining table) that can blend in with any type of furniture! If you want to go further, you can definitely buy a kilim with crescent shapes on it to hang on your wall. You can even attach these crescent shapes around your floor lamp to add a modernized aura during iftar.
You can go even further and add small stars next to the crescent shaped accessories. Another great addition to your iftar table can be star shaped table cloth. A colorful table cloth with symbolisms of the Muslim community can lead to a great discussion.
You can even get plates with patterns that represents thankfulness to show everyone what Ramadan is all about.
Decor for your Children
As iftar is a long religious ceremony that has turned into a habit, your children might need some attraction during Ramadan to have fun while they wait. Toys can definitely be a suggestion, but during Ramadan, you have to show them the holy spirit and traditions to help the children understand the Ramadan values. You might want to add some sparkly decoration to your house to keep the children under the Ramadan spirit. A safe way to do this is changing the cover of your throw pillows.
You can find ‘kilim’ covers online; especially if your house needs a more traditional outlook, the ‘kilim’ covers will be a great way to keep both your children and guests under the colorful tradition of Ramadan. This way, your children can gather anywhere in the house and sit on the throw pillows while enjoying its colors.
These three aspects of decorating your home for Ramadan will get you through any iftar and suhur! Indeed, having guests over while fasting is tough work, but Ramadan teaches exactly to be welcoming and nice while you try to hold your nafs.
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June 07, 2023
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