Ramadan is a special time of year.
Muslims worldwide fast from dusk until dawn, center ourselves in worship, recite the Quran with increased frequency, and enjoy meals with the people we love most.
But before we enter the month of Ramadan, we take the time to decorate our homes to welcome the blessed month. After all, it is the most beautiful time of the year for Muslims.
Technology and globalization have allowed small businesses to flourish in ways that weren’t possible just some years ago. I know how important Ramadan decorations are for Muslim families, so I have curated a list of unique Ramadan decoration ideas for your home. These ideas are not from big box shops; they’re from small businesses that sell outstanding products perfect for your home during the blessed month of Ramadan and beyond.
In this list, you will find unique decorations for Ramadan that you won’t find at big box stores.
Let’s get to it!
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Unique Ramadan Decoration Ideas For Your Home:
If you’re looking to change up your lighting decor this year, check these out. These lights are not your standard mini-moon and star Ramadan string lights. Each moon measures approximately 6 inches and each star measures about 5 inches, making them a prominent decor piece in your home. The light set is 8 feet long and perfect for hanging above the fireplace, front door, hallway, etc. You have two color options to purchase: white or multicolor. These lights are vastly versatile!
You will love this unique, handmade light stand that looks more like a piece of art and will create the perfect ambiance in your home during Ramadan. It’s a crowd-pleaser and a decoration piece that works well for Ramadan and Eid.
Most Ramadan pillows on the market come in bright colors like blues, greens, and reds. They’re lovely, but sometimes that pop of color is a bit much for homes that prefer neutral tones. If that sounds like you, this is the perfect accent pillow for your home. This mid-century modern design pillow is double-sided and ideal for both Ramadan and Eid. It’s a two-in-one decor piece! The fabric is already pre-shrunk, carries a linen feel, and you have the option to purchase it with an insert or without.
Do you love modern decor? If the double-sided Ramadan pillow wasn’t modern enough for you, this might match your style. With Ramadan Kareem written in beautiful calligraphy throughout the design, this pillow offers a subtle touch to the festive season. This one is typically a teen-choice pillow because of its modern appeal. You have three sizes to choose from and a customizable option for the calligraphy to read Ramadan Kareem, Ramadan Blessings, Happy Ramadan, Eid Mubarak, or Happy Eid.
A trinket tray is exactly what it sounds like; you can put any small things you’d like in it. These lovely Ramadan Kareem trinket trays are so cute for a Ramadan decor area, offering a place to put your rings, a few small goodies, dates, candles, or your favorite perfume. This product is handmade, and no two pieces are the same. Better yet, they are made with non-toxic material!
How often have you dropped food off at a friend’s house during Ramadan in a plastic container, and then the friend must return the favor? We’ve all been there. These Ramadan Gift boxes are fantastic for those food drop-offs at your friend’s place. The Ramadan Mubarak messaging and sleek look make for the perfect presentation. You can use these boxes for prepackaged food or gifts and treats.
Are you looking to diversify your date tray for Ramadan? The Mosque stacking tray set is a fun piece. With a choice of gold or white, this set will match any holiday table decor. But what else can you put in it? Perhaps some fruits, making it your Ramadan fruit basket, or even delicious desserts like cupcakes, candies, and cookies. The two-tier look will certainly make your dining room decor stand out.
Sadaqah (charity) is an essential component of Islam. The blessings that you endure as a result of charity are profound. Keeping a sadaqah box within reach, especially during Ramadan, is an opportunity to open more doors. Using your hands to give charity in itself is a form of worship. This customizable sadaqah box is a classy piece for your home. You can personalize it with a verse from the Quran or your family name, and the wood design provides a homely touch.
Is Ramadan decor possible without lanterns? Lanterns are a foundational piece for all homes during Ramadan. These lanterns buck tradition with a modern design. They are perfect for low-lit areas and during the evenings so the colors can pop, and the mosaic designs emphasize Islamic art and, of course, the Ramadan feel.
When you go to all those fancy dinners, a statement table runner flows through the dining table to give the table setting that ‘wow’ effect. Wouldn’t it be great to have that same effect during an iftar dinner with your loved ones? You’ll undoubtedly want to peek at this velvet table runner with Ramadan Mubarak written in English and Arabic. It offers a classic touch to the blessed month. You can customize them to your home décor with two different color options and three designs.
Some prefer decor that you can showcase all year long. These Islamic mosaic candle holders with Allah (SWT) and Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) written in Arabic, are made of metal and are eye-catching. They glow in a dimly lit setting and cast a beautiful shadow on the wall. These candleholders can be used for everyday décor, but they add a perfect holy touch to Ramadan.
Resin art is increasingly popular these days, and it is beautiful. No piece is ever the same, and it gets even better when you include verses from the Quran. This decorative plaque is a statement piece. Not only is it handmade, but its details are impressive. Keeping Ayatul Kursi in your home is a blessing in itself, so why not have this in a prominent place in your home all year long?
This sweet tray isn’t just for sweets. There is so much use you can get out of it. With a choice of gold or silver, you could display cups for drinks, arrange cupcakes, a cake, or even leave it for display as is. The mosaic design alone acts as a decor piece all year round.
There are many Ramadan decor ideas out there, but there is something special about a handmade piece for your home. Shopping with small businesses allows us to help the environment and receive a personalized customer service experience. More importantly, we’re supporting communities one purchase at a time!
What’s your favorite Ramadan décor piece?