The festival of lights is just round the corner and people are gearing up for the occasion. Diwali is one of those festivals that is celebrated with much pomp and show since it is that time of the year which calls for the reunion of family and friends followed by a lot of delectable food, gossip and games. Since Diwali is called the festival of lights, it is needless to say that adorning the house with lights is an important thing to do. In case you are wondering how to decorate your house to bring in the festive aura, here are 10 easy hacks to get your Diwali sorted this year: Rangoli Rangolis are no doubt an integral part of the festival but you can make it more attractive by adorning it with diyas and lamps. For the rangolis, you can use as many colours as possible since that will only make it more appealing to the eyes. You can even use flowers and lamps to decorate it. DIY Diyas Diwali is never complete until you have lit up some clay diyas at your doorstep. Add a personal touch to these diyas and paint some designs to make it look for appealing. Instead of just installing those plain colorless diyas this year, why not use your creativity? Paper Lanterns Paper lanterns are not only cost effective but they also make for a very eye-grabbing Diwali decor. Fairy Lights Fairy lights are so much in vogue. Be it the bedroom decor or for Diwali, these look very pretty and are widely available in the market. DIY bottle lights You can either use old glass bottles to make them yourself or you can find them easily in the market. Use fairy lights inside the bottles to make for a cozy and pretty lighting. Floating candles Fill glass bowls with water and throw in some colourful pebbles or flower petals. Add in some candles to make a beautiful centrepiece this Diwali. Cushions Diwali is a time when guests will come pouring in. If your drawing room does not look appealing, your food and gifts will be in vain. Use attractive cushion covers to change the look of the room. Bright coloured cushion covers, sequined covers will change the appeal of the space. Recycled lanterns This diwali go green and use leftover materials to make creative lamps and candle holder. You can reuse old egg crates or cardboard pieces and either paint them or use accessories to make them more beautiful.