For many Canadians the beginning of December is a reminder that it is time to prep your home for the holidays. Seasonal curb appeal and exterior holiday decor is a great way to get in the holiday spirit, while showcasing your home’s architectural details.
Up On The Roof Top
Whether you are into grandiose Griswold-esque holiday displays, or you’re more of a single string of lights type of person, your roofline is a great space to splash your seasonal style. Showcase your home’s unique architectural detail by lining your eaves, peaks and valleys with holiday lights and add some personal flair with your favourite coloured light bulbs.
A Dash on the Sashes
Bring emphasis to your home’s front facing windows with window boxes oozing with seasonal decor. Filling the boxes with your favourite evergreen foliage will give a splash of rustic winter feel and give you substance to secure your decorations too. Top them off with a strand of lights, colourful decorations or traditional elements such as pine cones and bows of holly to complete your holiday look.
Porches Packing Holiday Punch
Depending on the style of your home, your porch may be the cherry on top, or the main event of your holiday decor. If you are stumped on how to decorate your porch we recommend that you use your home’s architectural detail to build off of. Wrapping garland, ribbon and lights around banisters and columns is a great foundation to build your holiday theme off of. Finish your porch decor off with seasonal planters and wreaths to tie the whole look together.
If during your holiday decorating endeavours you notice that it is time to replace your windows and doors, the team at Beverley Hills Windows and Doors is here to help. Stop by a showroom location or call for a no obligation in-home consultation today!