Decorative lanterns, the traditional lamps, are one of the most aesthetic ways of decoration, especially during festivities and celebrations. These gorgeous items enjoy a special admiration in a wide range of cultures, alike. Depending on the geography as well as over the course of time, several avatars have popped up. Find the one that'll go with your place's decor, from the listicle below.
An elegant choice for decor, this lantern helps in giving a classy touch to your decor. Made of lightweight metal, the lantern comes with a good shelf life and is quite easy to hang. The tea light candle holder installed in the middle is reusable and can be easily removed. Thanks to its blue coloured glass wall, the light passing from the lantern creates a beautiful effect.
Handcrafted Chinese paper lanterns are one of the classiest and stylish lanterns. They consist of rice paper sphere supported by a strong yet flexible metal frame. These are easy to assemble as well as to store, thanks to their foldable nature. These are mostly used with LED lights for pretty visual effects.
One of the most popular lanterns, these paper lanterns are ideal for outdoor decoration and are well suited for professional occasions, as well.
If you are looking for a modern avatar of lanterns for decoration, this is a perfect choice. It has been crafted by select artisans using high-quality blue coloured glass. The brass hanger increases its aesthetic appeal many a fold besides providing it support. The tea light candles go in the middle and create a beautiful blue-tinted light effect.
Enjoy the warm blue glow from this stylish glass lantern that can be easily hanged using its brass hanger.
The fabric avatar of lanterns is a popular choice in the western state of Rajasthan. This lantern too is inspired by the art forms prevalent in the state and comes splashed in vibrant colours. It has been decorated using the signature glasswork found in the state. Additionally, the lantern can easily be hanged, folded, and washed.
Bring in a piece of Rajasthan’s vibrant culture with this handmade fabric lantern.
When it comes to beautiful glass lanterns, the Middle Eastern style seems to top the list. These characteristic lanterns with multi-coloured glass patchwork enjoy an undisputed admiration from across the globe. Recreate the magic of the East with this beautiful pendant-style lantern that comes along with a bulb holder and an adjustable chord.
This beautiful brass lantern comes with a heavily designed main body supported by a study decorative stand. Alternatively, it can be decorated on a plain surface as well, sans the stand. At the top is present a diya holder with good resistance to extreme temperatures.
Decorate your place with this unique lantern which is a fusion of modernity and traditional designs. Sturdy enough, it can be installed both outdoors as well as indoors.
When it comes to traditional handicrafts, terracotta seems to top the list. This ethnic lantern, giving a sneak peek into the rural Indian crafts, has also been handcrafted using clay. Painted in multiple colours, it brings to the platter vibrancy, aesthetics, and cultural hues.
Bring in the flavour of ethnicity and traditions with this handmade clay that can be used with tealight candles, diyas, as well as bulbs.
|Product||Price in India|
|Home Centre Moksha Hanging Lantern - Blue||₹ 249|
|pop the party Paper Metal Lantern (14 inch, White)||₹ 749|
|Digital Shoppy IKEA Lantern for Tealight, Blue Glass, 11 cm (4")||₹ 899|
|Ayushka crafts Handcrafted Handmade Cotton Foldable Fabric Lantern||₹ 350|
|Homesake 60W Ceiling Hanging Light, Multicolour||₹ 1,399|
|Interio Crafts Iron Bird Lantern with Bells and Wall Stand, Lantern with T-Light and Diya Holder for Home and Garden Decor (Antique Golden Brown 8 inch X 6 inch X 6 inch).||₹ 1,090|
|90 Degree® Colorful Clay Lantern Terracotta Decorative Kandil Traditional Handicraft Handmade Lantern Earthenware Hand Painted||₹ 1,500|
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