<Special> Revamp your home for Raya with these ‘SUPER JIMAT’ decoration ideas 💡💡💡
As the holy month of Ramadan draws to a close, Muslims worldwide look forward to celebrating Eid al-Fitr, also known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri. This joyous occasion is a time for forgiveness, family, and feasting. It's also a time for revamping your home with festive decorations.
However, decorating for Raya can be expensive. Fortunately, there are 'SUPER JIMAT' decoration ideas that you can use to revamp your home without breaking the bank.
Use Rattan Furniture and Woven Mats
Rattan furniture and woven mats are a staple of traditional Malay decor. These items are not only affordable but also eco-friendly. Rattan furniture is durable and can last for years. Woven mats are versatile and can be used as table runners, wall hangings, or even cushion covers.
2. Create a DIY Floral Arrangement
Flowers are an essential part of Raya decorations. However, buying fresh flowers can be expensive. Instead, create a DIY floral arrangement using artificial flowers. You can find affordable artificial flowers at your local craft store or online. Arrange them in a vase or basket, and add some greenery for a fresh and festive look.
3. Hang Paper Lanterns
Paper lanterns are a cost-effective way to add some Raya cheer to your home. You can find affordable paper lanterns at party supply stores or online. Hang them from your ceiling or trees in your yard for a festive ambiance.
4. Decorate with Traditional Malay Items
Incorporate traditional Malay items into your Raya decorations. These can include batik textiles, kampung-style ceramics, or even bamboo fans. Not only are these items affordable, but they also add a touch of cultural significance to your home.
5. Make Your Own Decorations
Get creative and make your own Raya decorations. This can include paper bunting, fabric garlands, or even paper flowers. You can find tutorials online or create your own designs. Not only will this save you money, but it's also a fun activity to do with your family.
In conclusion, decorating for Raya doesn't have to be expensive. Speaking of saving money, have you heard about our business's zero deposit program? It's a fantastic way to rent a unit without paying a deposit upfront. That means you can allocate those saved funds towards other expenses, such as decorations and other necessities for your Hari Raya celebration. So, you can save money on renting a unit and use those savings to make your Hari Raya celebration even more special. Pretty cool, huh?
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