It's also a fun way to bond with our family especially now that special activities, programs and traveling are still limited or restricted in many parts of the world due
to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Check out these ideas to prep your home for Ramadan and Eid!
Have a Plan
If you want everything to go smoothly, you've got to have a plan.
The first step is to choose a theme. If you want it traditional, choose decors in silver, gold, and orange hues. You can also make this year's occasion different by choosing monochromatic themes, such as all-white, all-green, or all-red.
A combination of different colors, textures, and patterns creates a festive vibe. Try experimenting on them if you want to make a statement.
Visualize how you want your home to look like on Ramadan. Then, make a list of the supplies you need, from major decors to the smallest accents. Decorating your home can get really costly but if you're able to reuse some items you already have, you can significantly cut the cost (and the waste!)
Lastly, create a schedule of activities. The sooner you get the decorations done, the longer you will enjoy a Ramadan-inspired home.