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Ramadan Decor Inspiration

Updated: Mar 28


Ramadan home decor

Ramadan Mubarak! A few days before Ramadan I was sitting in my living room calculating what time our fast will break, and I was like “Hey! we are finally going to break our fast at 6:30pm”. And then the same night I came across an Instagram reel that stated “are you ready for daylight savings?” 

 

Jokes apart, Ramadan is by far one of our favorite months. Although it’s not as easy as it used to be because we are parents of a toddler this Ramadan. It is still our favorite time of the year. This year is extra special because Zechariah is officially a toddler who is very aware of his surroundings so we wanted to make it into a tradition to decorate our home. Although he is still very young to understand this holy month, he knows that Ramadan is here and it is a month we celebrate fondly. 

 

During Ramadan, Muslims worldwide observe a sacred period marked by mercy, forgiveness, and intensified devotion. This month holds paramount significance in the Islamic calendar, as it was during Ramadan many centuries ago when Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) received the inaugural revelation of the noble Quran from the archangel Jibril (Gabriel). To honour this divine event, renew our spiritual bond with Allah (God), and detach ourselves from worldly distractions, Muslims, including myself and my family, fast from dawn until sunset for approximately 30 days. 

 

Ramadan is a time for shared meals and breaking fast together with family and friends. Set a festive table with themed tableware and linens. Opt for rich colors like deep blues, emerald greens, and luxurious golds to evoke the spirit of the season. Add touches of opulence with embellished napkin rings, candle holders, and centrepieces adorned with dried fruits and flowers. Consider incorporating traditional elements like dates, symbolic of the breaking of the fast. 





One of our absolute favorite pieces from last year is the Mosque-Masjid Sculpture & Minaret Sculpture by @Rasm. These preciously hand-crafted by highly skilled RASM artisans, the Pearls of North Africa collection adds a touch of modern elegance to any space in your home.   


Growing up Ramadan was more about sitting down with my parents at iftar time and breaking our fast. We barely had any decoration but in the last few years, Muslim-run small businesses have really changed the game.





MOSQUE MASJID SCULPTURE: PEARLS OF NORTH AFRICA
MOSQUE SCULPTURE by RASM


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