The festive season is in full swing in India, making it a land of colourful experiences and changing seasons. From sprucing up the house to looking for gifting solutions for loved ones, the upcoming Navratri celebrations are sure to keep everyone busy. That’s why we’ve curated a list, detailing the best of bed and bath collections so you can enjoy the festivities with ease.
What is Navratri
Navratri is a Hindu festival that marks the beginning of autumn in the country. It is celebrated with grandeur and spans the course of nine days. During this time, people come together to honour the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon king Mahihasura. Each day of the festival is represented by a colour that symbolizes the nine day battle. Every year, you can see a wave of people dressed in these colours, as it is an auspicious tie to the festival. It is considered prosperous to colour-coordinate your gifts according to the day. To make sure you’re prepped for Navratri, here’s the festival look book containing all your bed and bath needs, curated at SPACES
Day 1 – Orange
The first day of Navratri is represented by the colour orange that signifies energy and happiness. You can incorporate this colour into your home with the Anti-Viral double bed sheets collection like the Essential Anti-Viral large bedsheet, Essentials Atrium collection. For the kids, you can opt for the Disney collection of double bed sheets and the Minions collection. You can even get bath linen like the Atrium towels and the Cloudz Unisex bathrobe.
Day 2 – White
The second day, which symbolizes meditation, peace and purity is represented by the colour white. For your gifting solutions, we recommend the Atrium Plus High Absorbency Quick Dry towel combo, or a selection of single bed sheets and double bed sheets.
Day 3 – Red
Bravery, courage and grace are represented by the colour red, which marks the third day of Navratri. For a splash of this vibrant colour we recommend getting fitted bedsheets from the Rangana collection. You can even accessorize your home with bed side runners from the Spaces Unwinder collection.
Day 4 – Royal Blue
Royal blue is the colour dedicated to the fourth day of the festival, and symbolizes good health and prosperity. To celebrate these qualities to the utmost, there is a vast collection of royal blue bed and bath products. You can opt for single bed sheets and double bed sheets from our collection.
Day 5 – Yellow
The fifth day of the festival is represented by the colour yellow, which signifies brightness and happiness. To bring the Navratri cheer home, explore the Season Best bedsheets collection or dohars.
Day 6 – Green
The elements of new beginnings and growth are represented by the colour green on the sixth day of Navratri. SPACES has a vast range of bed and bath products like fitted bed sheets, rugs, dohars and more in this beautiful colour. Explore the gifting solutions from the Hygro collection.
Day 7 – Grey
The seventh day is represented by the colour grey, which represents transformation. You can transform your home by making a few tweaks here and there. For example, you could get smart grey rugs. You should definitely explore the Bamboo Charcoal Antimicrobial collection, which, in addition to elevating your bed’s hygiene, also has a diverse range of bedsheets and quilts.
Day 8 – Purple
Ashtami, or the eighth day of Navratri represents the power of intellect and peace and is represented by the colour purple. It is considered auspicious to worship little girls, who are considered the avatar of the goddess on this day, and what better way to do that than gift the little ones with products from the Disney collection!
Day 9 – Peacock Green
The last day of the festival is represented by the colour peacock green which symbolizes the end of the battle and the victory achieved. You can celebrate this by gifting your loved ones double bed sheets from the quilts or the towels collection.