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Holiday 2019 Decorating Ideas



The holiday season is upon us. People are beginning to decorate their homes for the festive season. Christmas is a time for family and friends to come together and celebrate! Get into the season by decorating your home and spreading the holiday cheer.

Christmas Colors
The traditional green, red and gold are still here for this Christmas. You can always decorate your home with those colors to spread the spirits. For 2019 thought the color blue has made an appearance. If you want to be different had hints of blue, like the dark midnight blue to your decorating.



Holiday Cards
Everyone sends holiday cards. Sometimes you just have so many you do not know what to do with. Use your coat closet door or your garage door and hang all the holiday cards up. Friends and family like to see that the cards are up, instead of just sitting on a counter somewhere.


Wreaths
A classic holiday move is hanging a wreath on your door. There are over thousands of wreaths to choose from. You can pick the one that fits you and your family. Wayfair.com sells a ton of wreaths that will spread the holiday cheer. They come in all different sizes and prices to ensure there is one for everyone!



Candles
Decorating with candles is a way to set the holiday mood. They send out calming vibes with smells to fill the house. Bath and Body Works and Yankee Candle sell multiple candles in holiday scents. You can also hang candles form your Christmas tree or outside on the front porch.


Decorating with Sweets
Candy and chocolates are everyone’s favorites. Creating candy bowls and leaving them around the house will ensure your guests will be coming back. Having bowls of holiday colored M&Ms or candy canes hanging off the stars are cute and fun ways to decorate.

Christmas Tree
Lastly, the essential. Make sure you have your Christmas ready. Grab your friends and family and decorate with ornaments. Gather food, Christmas music, some wine and make a day out of it. Get a Christmas topper that will have all your guest stopping in their tracks. Putting a train around your tree is another tradition a lot of people do to help decorate their tree.

These decorating ideas will have your guests floored. Share below how you decorated for the holiday season!  Contact us today at Four Seasons Sunrooms and Windows for your free no obligation consultation! Share below how you decorated for the holiday season!

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