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Holiday Decor for your Outdoor Space



A little holiday inspiration can go a long way and whether you have a Four Seasons Sunroom with floor to ceiling glass, a patio cover with simple roman columns, or the sleek and revolutionary LifeRoom by Four Seasons, there are many trendy décor styles you can use to spruce up your outdoor living space this Holiday season. We compiled our favorite holiday décor for your outdoor living space so you can have a warm and cozy holiday surrounded by friends, family, and all that make spirits bright and merry this holiday season.

FOR THE SUNROOM OR ADDITION SOLUTION
Converting your sunroom or addition solution into an enchanted winter escape should start by choosing a color scheme. Whether you decide on white and blue hues or red and green tones, keeping with a color scheme will make it easy when it comes time to choose your decorations. Our favorite décor for your sunroom or addition solution is light wrapped garland. Pin garland around the perimeter of your sunroom or addition solution ceiling utilizing suction cups and twine. In a rush? For quick, last minute decorations, replace all your pillows with holiday-themed decorative throw pillows, add planters full of poinsettias and spray your windows with artificial snow for instant winter joy.

FOR YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE
Bring festivity to your patio, deck, LifeRoom or porch this season with pops of color, lights upon lights, and seasonal greenery. Replace cushions and pillows with pops of red, blue, white, or green. Wrap columns with string lights and garland and layer seasonal greenery in potted plants (our favorite season greenery is traditional pine, silver dollar eucalyptus, classic magnolias, and plush redwood).  Think outside the box by hanging string lights vertically across a solid wall for a modern touch and add non-traditional lit décor such as these festive and chic spiral LED tree displays that add dimension and twinkle softly throughout the night. Want to try your hand at an easy DIY project? Fill lanterns with round ornament balls and fairy LED lights for a simple decoration that is custom made for your color scheme.
Whether you’re looking for simple décor or an over-the-top holiday look, decorating your sunroom, addition solution, patio cover, deck, porch or LifeRoom doesn’t have to be difficult. With a few simply changes, festive lights, pops of color, and seasonal greenery, transforming your sunroom or outdoor living solution can be a quick, simple, and budget friendly task. Don’t yet have an outdoor living space, sunroom or addition solution? Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows has you covered this winter. Contact us today for a FREE in-home consultation, 888-270-3546.

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