Ramadan is around the corner, bringing with it 30 days of fasting, reflection, and self-discipline. Whether you’re hosting iftar or an intimate suhoor with close friends, get your home ready for the Holy Month with our edit of luxurious and festive home accents and tableware that you’ll want to reuse throughout the year.
Opt to dress your dinner table and home with Islamic motifs and elegant servingware that’ll impress guests more than your lentil soup. And while Ramadan certainly calls for the finest cutlery, thoughtful details such as candles and calligraphic wall decals mustn’t be overlooked. Trudon’s Abd El Kader room spray will fill your home with a soothing lemon and mint fragrance, creating a calming atmosphere while you enjoy a steaming cup of tea (served in a Versace teapot, of course) and a competitive game of backgammon with family and friends during suhoor. From place mats to candles, here are our 15 home decor ideas for Ramadan.
Promo Image: From the March issue of Vogue Arabia, photographed by Stephan Julliard