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Christmas Décor Ideas for Your Windows
If snow isn’t enough to make you feel the spirit of Christmas, then decorating your home definitely will. Check out the following ideas that you and your guests will surely love.
Make an Advent calendar to count down to Christmas. Number small bags and place a little gift or note in each one. Hang the bags on clothesline strung across a window using clothespins. Then each day, look for the corresponding bag and enjoy a mini treat. Source: BHG
The trick to making your holiday decor feel like home is by injecting your personal style into the details. Turn a bare windowsill into a stylish nook in no time by filling glass jars of varying heights and shapes with leftover balls for a dramatic, high-impact display. Source: RealSimple
Garlands are traditional for staircases, but a satin ribbon swag with lots of bows hung beneath a windowsill can add architectural interest and a bit of whimsy. Make the bows first, then pin them to ribbon taped to the sill. Source: MarthaStewart
Stars are too out of reach. You need millions of light years to actually reach one, and even then, it will be too hot to touch. But it is possible to have them in your home. At least an imitation. Hang star-shaped Christmas lights on your windows as if they just feel from the sky, in lieu of your curtains. Put figurines on the window sill, maybe figurines of the shepherds who say the Star of Christmas. Source:Christmas.365Greetings
Now that there are so many imitation flame options, candles as a part of your Christmas window decorations are no longer a fire hazard. We suggest using an assortment of varying sized pillar candles to create magical Christmas ambiance in your windowsills. Source: SouthernLiving
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean that you should either freeze in your home or face an exponential increase on your electric bills. Energy efficient window treatments are just what you need. Call us today!
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