Best Diwali Office Decoration Ideas 

Sep 28, 2022

There are a number of ways to celebrate Diwali at work, and many businesses already have holiday decorations up. However, if you're looking for something special, here are some ideas:

Rangoli Designs

There is no Diwali without rangoli designs adorning doorsteps. An integral part of Diwali, They are widely considered to be auspicious. They might look complex, but you don't need an artistic streak to make beautiful one. In fact, most can be created with simple supplies. start with a circular or square board and some powdered colors. Draw concentric circles or squares on the board using the powder sparingly so that it doesn't get wet. Let dry completely before putting anything else on it. However, many prefer rangolis made from varieties of flowers too.



What is even the festival of lights without the quintessential diyas? Earthern, hand-painted, or a one having 8 wicks- we love them all. Honestly, you could remove every aspect of Diwali and celebrate it with only the diyas itself. The bonus of having them is that it costs next to nothing and is notably environmentally friendly. Thus, diyas are the ideal Diwali decoration item for you if you like to make sustainable choices.

Diwali Office Decoration Ideas


Candles are perfect for decorating the office. They can be used to decorate pretty much every nook, dark corner, and staircase. It's unbelievable the selection of candles you can get today. Also, can we not forget that many of them smell so incredibly good? There is also an option for people who like to avoid the waxy mess that many candles scented jar candles. These candles are available easily online or on market. 

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Floating Candles

What's better than candles? Floating candles. Floating candles really take the regular decoration item a notch up. It imparts an almost magical vibe to the office environment. When used as a central decoration item, it looks lovely. Take a large bowl of water and just put some beautiful floating candles in it. To make it look more festive, you can add some colorful flowers and glitters alongside it. Keep a few of these bowls around the office space, making it look exquisite.



Cubicle Decor

The best way to make everyone get in the festive mood is to decorate the workspace they are working at. Hang many streamers, balloons, and fairy lights to make it look as welcoming as possible. However, it might not be suitable to use diyas and candles as there are high chances of catching fire. But electric candles and floating diyas make for perfect table decorative items.

Decorative Tea Light Candles

Tea light candles deserve a particular category of their own because of how sustainable they are. Tea light candles are encased by a metal covering so that when they liquefy as they burn. So, not only do you avoid all the mess, but you can also reuse it again. You can find these candles online easily.


Fairy Lights

Fairy lights are the chocolate cake of the Diwali decorations. You can't ever possibly go wrong with it. Everyone likes it because it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Truth be told, no Diwali decorations are ever complete without fairy lights. Although fairy lights are pretty inexpensive, the array of colors and shapes makes them a versatile decorative item. Some popular ways to decorate with fairy lights are:

-Draping them across pillars.

-Outlining the window and door frames.

-On top of the office cubicles.


Chinese Lanterns

Chinese lanterns have been gaining popularity as a much sought-after Diwali decoration item. These lanterns present an oriental glamour to the otherwise traditional Diwali decorations. This form of Diwali decoration lights lends a very dreamy and picturesque vibe. You can't go wrong with hanging some Chinese lanterns along the bare walls or staircases.


Paper Lanterns

If you're someone who loves a touch of diversity, give these paper lanterns a shot. For that DIY element, you can opt for crafting some of your own paper lanterns. If not, they are also as readily available online. However, making paper lanterns together can also double as a fun team-building activity for your teams. So, procure some crepe paper, glue, and scissors and get the fun going.

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Bottle Lights

This seems to be a recent trend that we are loving so far. Additionally, it allows us to recycle old glass bottles, so what's not to love? Just take some old dusty glass bottles lying around, clean them up, and start putting a bunch of string lights inside. Now, plug it on and see how it makes everything more magical. It is an incredibly chic and modern decorative item that will impart a classy vibe to any space.

Lights On Plants

Who said that decorating a tree should be limited to only Christmas? While you certainly don't need a tree for this DIY, you need some pretty string lights wrapped around the office plants. Moreover, placing these "decorated plants" in the lobby of your office will make the entrance look warm, inviting, and festive. Suppose your office space has a garden of some sort. It's going to look incredibly beautiful to decorate the trees and plants with yellow fairy lights.



Balloons are the easiest way to brighten up any festive decoration. It might be a simple decoration item, but the full range of shapes and colors you can combine is thrilling. Balloons are also great for decorating spaces where you would possibly want to avoid having any flammable materials near, such as the file cabinet.

Flower Garlands

While Diwali is the "festival of lights," it could be incomplete without any flowers. Beautiful flower garlands are perhaps one of the most original Diwali decoration ideas for the office. In particular, marigold wreaths are considered very auspicious. Such floral wreaths look marvelous when hung on walls, doorways, and staircase railings. You can never go wrong with some of these fragrant pieces decorating your workspace.


Diwali Torans 

This is less of a decorative item and more of a ritual. Torans or wall hangings are used to decorate the top of doors, indicating that the Goddess is welcome. However, even without the religious aspects, a toran can definitely brighten up any space. These can be made from various objects- flowers, beads, or even thread. Try to incorporate the colors red, yellow, and orange to make it look more inviting. They are an excellent finishing touch to any Diwali decoration.



Streamers are the easiest way to jazz up and decorate anything. You don't know what to do with that lone hallway? Get a lot of colorful streamers and hang it up.Also, streamers are convenient because they are reusable and can be used for just about any joyous occasion. Also, even the most creatively challenged person could do remarkable decoration with easy-to-use paper streamers.

Enhance The Reception Area

While entering any office space, the first thing we encounter is the reception area. Thus, you must go all out on making it look the part for the Diwali office decoration. Make a rangoli in the middle of the room, and be sure to make it as colorful as possible. Decorate the reception area with fairy lights, floating candles, and Chinese lanterns.

Inventive packaging for gifts

Many might not consider this a decorative item. Still, Diwali gifting is an integral part of the celebration itself. Boxes of dry fruits, a variety of mithais, chocolates- Diwali gifts have also got to look like they belong in a festive environment.

So, ditch that old dull wrapping paper, and get beautiful, trendy ones. Additionally, if you are looking for a new range of gifts that will be perfect for your employees, do have a look at our Diwali gift idea for corporate.


So there you have it - some of the best Diwali office decoration ideas that will help make your workplace look festive and bright! Whether you're looking for low-key options or something more extravagant, we've got you covered. And don't forget to stay safe while celebrating - let our tips be your guide as you celebrate this special day with friends and family.

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