You Can Change Every Corner Of Your Home Adding Holiday Flair

 You-Can-Change-Every-Corner-Of-Your-Home-Adding-Holiday-FlairLooking for ways to make your home ready for the holidays? There are so many decorating ideas you can use to revive your place and give it a special merry allure. The key is to focus on accessories. Color matches, quality fabrics, patterns, and ornaments should be your focus. Here are some last-minute tips to decorate your home with minimal effort.


Gold Accents

You can never go wrong with gold for the holidays so if you’re pressed for time, fill a simple glass bowl with gold Christmas balls of different sizes and use it as a centerpiece on the coffee or dinner table. Gold trays, which you can fill with candy and nuts are not only perfect for the holidays, they can also be repurposed for other occasions.



The sweet, smoky, and spicy scents of potpourri are reminiscent of mulled wine, which makes it ideal as a decoration for the holidays. Scatter small bowls of potpourri throughout the different rooms and guests will feel as if they’ve come home the minute they enter your house.

Apple candle holders

Apples abound at this time of the year so use a few of them as unique and interesting candle holders. Here’s a simple tutorial to create your own. Think outside the box and give your home the merry feel it deserves to make your loved ones and guests feel welcomed.


Personalized gift wrappers

Personalizing the gift wrapper is a sure way to make the recipient feel extra special this holiday season. There are plenty of ways to do this but the simplest one is to get a piece of brown wrapper and stamp it with holiday-appropriate designs like Christmas trees or gift boxes all over. If you have the artistic talent, you can even draw whatever image you want on the wrapper.


Functional ornaments

Functional ornaments make for great last-minute decorations because they can transform any space so it looks holiday-ready. They also serve a useful purpose, hence the name. Eucalyptus garlands, for instance, are great for decorating windows, and they smell wonderful, too.


Wreaths are easy to work with even if you’re strapped for time. Wrap some gold or silver LED lights or silk ribbons around the wreaths, add some seasonal flowers, and it would seem like you went to great lengths to come up with something really pretty. You can also just get a huge ribbon in red and green or in gold and silver and tie it around the wreath to make your front door look inviting.Wreaths-are-easy-to-work-with-even-if-youre-strapped-for-time..

Potted plants

Adding a potted plant like an olive tree or douglas fir to each room in your house will instantly make the space warm and inviting – perfect for the holidays! Go eco-friendly to the max, and opt for a potted Christmas tree. You can always replant it in your garden when the holiday season comes to an end.


White theme

A neutral theme that will work at any time of the year, white is an ideal canvas for your holiday decorations. And even if you have no time to decorate, a few white accents here and there and maybe switching out the white light bulbs for something with a more golden glow will produce a simple yet elegant look to any space.


Rich fabrics

The winter months are the time to get your rich fabrics out of the closet to decorate a side table or some throw pillows. Cashmere, wool, and mohair are materials that can make you feel warm just by looking at them so they are ideal on cold, snowy days. Using-warm-blankets-to-create-a-warmth-in-the-room

The holiday season is a busy time of the year so it’s not surprising that many of us just don’t have the time to decorate our homes to reflect the festive season. But these tips prove that even the busiest person can have a home fit for the holidays. Make the living room look the coolest. Near the Christmas tree and decorations, you can invest in a kid’s mattress with the holiday theme. If you can’t find one, just stick to red. Invest in quality to keep the kids safe, and your holiday season will be unforgettable.Using-fabrics-in-holiday-decorating.j

The key is to add color of the season, whether you are choosing red, green or a white theme, you would be amazed how you can find things throughout your home to add to one room for the holiday feeling!

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3 Outdoor Christmas Decorating Ideas That’ll Have All Your Neighbors Feeling Jealous

Decorating your home for the holiday season should be a wonderful experience for every homeowner. If you make sure to plan, budget, and apply these tips, your home exterior will spread joy and light far and wide this holiday season.

1. Spruce up your awning.


A patio awning adds personality to your porch and improves your home’s curb appeal. But beyond this added aesthetic value, a retractable awning can be useful in providing shelter and shade from harsh elements. Depending on where your awning stands, you can also use it as a canvas during the holiday season and to display your decorating skills in many ways.

If your awning is on your back patio, for instance, you can add dainty statuettes on to your aluminum awning. Consider having a miniature Santa Claus atop your awning, or a sweet depiction of Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus. To avoid any damage to the awning and figurine, hold down the statutes with heavy material like a canvas to ensure that it’s not affected by the harsh elements e.g. through rust corrosion. Make sure to pick a color scheme that matches your pergola. Hang your ornaments using strong string to secure them in place and that they do not get damaged by the elements. Also, remember that bows are a fundamental part of Christmas decor so do not be afraid to be bold with your bow options. Make sure they stick to your color options and that they go well with your existing decorations.

If you are in the market for retractable awnings in Chicago, Marygrove Awnings offer a variety of retractable awnings for commercial buildings and residential customers. Contact them via their website to schedule a curbside quote today. With years of experience in the Windy City, you can be sure they’ll have options to withstand the Chicago winters and hold up your decorations all throughout the season.

2. Get creative with your holiday lights.


Outdoor Christmas lights are classic holiday decorations, the perfect way to welcome the Christmas spirit. Christmas string lights as holiday decorations are so versatile in their function in that you can hang them on anything and they’ll look festive. Additionally, holiday lights come in a variety of colors — a trait that you can use these to your advantage.

For instance, you can use blanketed net lights to illuminate your hedges. Similarly, you can hang clustered white LED icicle lights on your roof awnings and peaks to create a professional looking light display. It’s good to remember that LED lights are cost-effective because they use up less energy and last longer than regular holiday light bulbs.

Remember to consider a color scheme for your Christmas lights. For example, use white light for your fences, canopies, and roof (as in the icicle light), and colored lights for the main entrance and trees. If you want help with design ideas or are in the market for various special decorations, you might want to look at the Christmas Designers website. They have every type of electric lights you can imagine and can help you make your house look extra special this season.

3. Refurbish your garage door.


Nothing better announces the arrival of the holiday season than the presence of decorated houses in your neighborhood. If you’re strapped for cash (or time) and cannot afford to decorate the whole exterior of your home, you can bring the spirit just by adding decorations to your garage door. There are many ways to play to the strengths of your garage door regardless of its material (modern wood garage doors, faux wood garage door, custom wood garage door, and so on) and inspire your neighbors with your ingenuity.

If you live in an area that doesn’t receive plenty of (or any) snowfall, rim the outside of your garage door with artificial snow to create the illusion of a winter wonderland. Or you could add a garland to herald the arrival of Christmas; they’re as festive as you can get. Because of its versatility, you can add string lights and other trimmings to it to make it even more celebratory.

Consider a photomontage made of vinyl stickers depicting your favorite holiday greetings or Christmas characters. Vinyl stickers are the best for this job because they are more durable than normal stickers. If you are living in a rental, you may not have a ton of wiggle room to make large cosmetic changes to your door. Instead, consider using your garage door as a projector screen and play something festive for your neighbors to enjoy in the evenings.

Of course, it’s critical to make sure the garage door itself is of the highest quality. So make sure to renew that before adding holiday cheer. A company like RW Garage Doors can help you out with numerous excellent options.

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