20 Ways to Decorate Your Windows for the Holidays
Are you searching for some cool and original Christmas window decorating concepts? The most adaptable item of furniture in our houses is often neglected: the window. Decorating the outside of our homes is a long-held custom during the Christmas season but the inside of the window can be just as much fun!
Windows are not only a wonderful approach to give both the inside and outside of our houses some flair, but they also serve as doorways into our hearts. Adding unique Christmas window coverings demonstrates our appreciation for the season and pleasure in sharing it with others.
1-Bring the glittering and twinkling stars outside into your bedroom with a string of illuminated stars.
2-Make a snowflake curtain that can be used year after year.
3-Cover the inside of a window with a collage of Christmas cards to show off your family’s creativity.
4-Pull out the elf! The magic and creativity of Christmas make it a memorable time for both children and adults. With a fun elf display, keep the fantasy alive.
5-Frame individual window panes in squares of white felt to give them a wintry farmhouse feel.
6-Simple decorations can bring a lot of charm to your home. Paper ornaments from your local crafts shop may give your house visitors and passers-by great delight. Make a hole in the top, tie a sting on it, and hang it in front of your favorite window for an attractive look.
7-Got a kitchen window? Add flannel curtains and a wreath to make this area even more unique. Your kitchen will provide you and your guests with peace and quiet.
8-Unwanted ornaments are a wonderful way to add flair to your home without creating Christmas clutter. Take any remaining tree ornaments, attach a piece of ribbon around the loop, and hang them from your window as shown. Ideal for shop and office windows.
9-We can use window displays to illustrate the season’s serenity and calm as we display the nativity scene to rejoice in Christmas’ blessings. Your windows can be decorated with cardboard cutouts of trees and stars, and then illuminated with white lights.
10-Make a snowman and decorate it with snowflakes and lights. If you like to make handcrafted ornaments, make snowflakes out of paper and hang them up in your window. They will look fabulous when illuminated by the lights
11.-Use garlands, wreaths and natural materials to frame your windows.
12-Try a hologram of Santa. This is a big favorite with the kids.
13-What about a candy cane theme? Garlands decorated with candy canes draping your view.
14-If you don’t have a fireplace, display your stockings, filled with hope and goodness for all who enter.
16-Light up your windows with silver icicle lights. The effect is simply stunning.
17-Put Christmas garlands on both sides of the window frame to give a festive look that won’t interfere with the view.
18-Make a Christmas tree using silver garland and add some small presents under it for decoration.
19-What about fake snow? Spray it on your window to give a winter-wonderland feel.
20-Handmade decorations, especially those that are made by you, may give your home a sense of natural warmth. Chalk or paint is the most fun conversation starter for you and your guests when drawing ornaments with your hands.
Windows can help you create a spectacular atmosphere for your home this Christmas. Consider giving yourself the gift of new windows from Hardy to accent all these enjoyable decorations. For a consultation, contact us at Hardy Windows: Door & Window Installation Company (orangecountywindowanddoor.com).