Top Ramadan Décor Tips & Ideas
Get ready for this special time of year with our Ramadan décor tips and ideas.
We’ve got plenty of inspiration for ways to incorporate the traditions and symbols associated with Ramadan into your home.
Moon and star symbols
Moon and star symbols can be distributed throughout your home in various ways to decorate for Ramadan.
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We’ve got plenty of moon and star themed Ramadan decorations to mix and match, including balloons, hanging stars, plus confetti to provide the finishing touch to your dining table.
Paper decorations create a striking look
Paper decorations in matching colours can be used to great effect to create a striking display on a wall. Our hanging paper fans come in packs of 6, in 3 different sizes and in both plain and patterned designs to add a fun touch to your Ramadan décor.
Lanterns have long been associated with Ramadan and they’re an incredibly easy way to add decoration to your home, as well as adding a beautiful glow.
Combining various lanterns together in a room can be extremely effective. You could also place lanterns alongside other decorative pieces to create a Ramadan themed corner in a room, or either side of a fireplace.
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You could get younger members of the family involved in making their own DIY lanterns to keep them occupied and help them to feel involved in the decorating process.
Display your dates
Celebrate the tradition of eating a date to break the fast by displaying your dates for everyone to see. Filling a large apothecary jar with dates and placing it on the kitchen counter surrounded by fairy lights makes a pretty display.
How about using our Crescent Moon & Star Fairy Lights to complete the look?
Dress up your door
Don’t forget to decorate your front door! A door wreath provides a warm welcome to your home at Ramadan.
Our Ramadan & Eid Large Celebration Wreath comes complete with bow ribbon, baubles, flowers and high gloss acrylic Eid & Ramadan plaques to dress up the entrance to your home.
Do you have any Ramadan décor tips and ideas? Let us know – we always love to hear from you.