Decorating Without a Ladder

·December 19, 2022·Blog, Uncategorized·2 min·

Decorating your home can be a fun and festive way […]

Decorating your home can be a fun and festive way to get into the holiday spirit. Hanging lights and treasures is an enjoyable way to bring cheer and glee to your home during these cold days. While exquisite embellishments are enjoyable to view, it can be stressful to hang them. If you want to spread holiday cheer without going all out, these tactics might be right for you. The following decorating ideas create an enjoyable and merry environment, without utilizing a ladder. 

Your Front Door

Your front door is oftentimes the first place that your guests will see. Make it cheery by hanging a festive wreath on it. You could even get a jubilant doormat for your porch that will embody the holiday spirit as your guests step into your home. 

Porch-wrap around lights

If you have banisters or support beams on your porch, wrapping them with festive lights can be a fun way to liven up your porch and spread the holiday cheer without ever having to set foot on a ladder. 

Utilize Greenery

Including winter-adaptable plants on your porch can be a festive and bright way to decorate. Poinsettias are the holiday season’s most festive plant. This plant can thrive indoors or outdoors and can add to your joyful decorations. 

Hang Signs and Trinkets 

Hanging jolly signs is a nice way to incorporate decorations and having seasonal trinkets can be an enjoyable way to showcase your holiday cheer. Whether you’re fortunate enough to have signs and trinkets passed down through generations or you get your own decorations, these can often be a fun conversation starter for your guests.  

Whether you decide to go all out for your holiday decorations this year or take a more low-key approach, these celebratory design ideas won’t require you to use a ladder, but will still support a joyful and inviting home this holiday season. 

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