With Christmas fast approaching, it’s time to turn our attention to our homes to make sure they are feeling appropriately festive.
Many people are keen to put up their tree on 1st of December, but they often neglect other parts of their home that can also increase the Christmas cheer.
Windows and doors are so often overlooked when putting out the festive decor but that can change. Read Crystal’s tips on how to decorate your windows and doors for the Christmas season.
Wreaths on doors AND windows
When it comes to decorating our homes for Christmas, the Americans have us beat. You only need to look at pictures of Dyker Heights in New York to realise this.
One way of channelling their extravagant displays in our homes is to place wreaths on both your windows and doors.
This American trend will give your homes a unified, symmetrical look, perfect for welcoming guests over the Christmas season.
Fairy lights, lanterns and candles
Twinkling lights are a must at Christmas!
Fairy lights look stunning draped around windows and lanterns can be placed in and around doorways. Add an advent candle to your windowsill for an extra special countdown.
Lights are an affordable way to transform your home into a cosy winter wonderland.
Ornaments on windowsills
Many households have a box of Christmas ornaments somewhere in the home.
Once you have dug out your festive knick-knacks, place them on your windowsills. Whether it’s a snowman, angel or robin, your ornaments will look great from both the inside and outside.
For an alternative to ornaments, poinsettias are a favourite at Christmas and the bright and vibrant leaves will bring lots of cheer to your home this Christmas.
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The weather is beginning to get a little bleak and when it gets like that, we trust in our homes to provide a warm, cosy…
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