The Triplets Celebrating Nowrouz

LIFESTYLE
by THE TRIPLETS

There are so many pre and post festivities for Nowrouz. The most important tradition is setting up a table to welcome the New Year. Traditionally we gather around the Seven S’s table, called Haft-Seen in Farsi. Haft-Seen consists of seven items that begin with the letter S in Farsi.

Every year we design the table based on our current favourite trends. This year we were very inspired by the earthy and springy, hygge vibes with a natural and pastel tone palette.

ABOUT NOWROUZ

Nowrouz, Norroz or Norouz is a celebration of the beginning of Spring, which overlaps with Spring Equinox. Nowrouz (which means ‘New Day’ in Farsi) is celebrated by over 75 million people from diverse ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds in countries that once were part of the Persian Empire. Over 2,500 years later, Nowrouz is still celebrated as an official New Year in Iran.

HOW TO MAKE A HAFT-SEEN TABLE LIKE US

It’s very simple to do, but might be challenge if it’s your first time. Trust us it’s absolutely worth it! So traditionally we put together:

- Samano ( Sweet pudding made from wheat, symbolising affluence)

- Senjed (dried fruit from an Oleaster tree, symbolising love)

- Seer (garlic, symbolising medicine)

- Seeb (apple, symbolising health and beauty)

- Somaq (sumac berries, symbolising the colour of the sunrise)

- Sekeh (Coin, symbolising wealth and prosperity)

- Sonbol( Hyacinths, symbolising Spring and rebirth)

We also added a few decorated eggs for good luck. You can also add gold fish in a tank to represent new beginnings, but we didn’t include any this year. We always have a big mirror for “new reflections” and candles on our Haft-Seen table. For an ultimate spring vibe, we arranged massive bunches of Gypsophila flowers in two vases on the table.

We hope you enjoy this as
much as we do and would love
to see how you decorate a
similar table next year if you
are celebrating of course
LIFESTYLE
by THE TRIPLETS

ABOUT NOWROUZ

Nowrouz, Norroz or Norouz is a celebration of the beginning of Spring, which overlaps with Spring Equinox. Nowrouz (which means ‘New Day’ in Farsi) is celebrated by over 75 million people from diverse ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds in countries that once were part of the Persian Empire. Over 2,500 years later, Nowrouz is still celebrated as an official New Year in Iran.

There are so many pre and post festivities for Nowrouz. The most important tradition is setting up a table to welcome the New Year. Traditionally we gather around the Seven S’s table, called Haft-Seen in Farsi. Haft-Seen consists of seven items that begin with the letter S in Farsi.

Every year we design the table based on our current favourite trends. This year we were very inspired by the earthy and springy, hygge vibes with a natural and pastel tone palette.

We hope you enjoy this as
much as we do and would love
to see how you decorate a
similar table next year if you
are celebrating of course

HOW TO MAKE A HAFT-SEEN TABLE LIKE US

It’s very simple to do, but might be challenge if it’s your first time. Trust us it’s absolutely worth it! So traditionally we put together:

- Samano ( Sweet pudding made from wheat, symbolising affluence)

- Senjed (dried fruit from an Oleaster tree, symbolising love)

- Seer (garlic, symbolising medicine)

- Seeb (apple, symbolising health and beauty)

- Somaq (sumac berries, symbolising the colour of the sunrise)

- Sekeh (Coin, symbolising wealth and prosperity)

- Sonbol( Hyacinths, symbolising Spring and rebirth)

We also added a few decorated eggs for good luck. You can also add gold fish in a tank to represent new beginnings, but we didn’t include any this year. We always have a big mirror for “new reflections” and candles on our Haft-Seen table. For an ultimate spring vibe, we arranged massive bunches of Gypsophila flowers in two vases on the table.