Crestone Ridge- Decorating Your New Home For Christmas
If you have just moved into a new home in a brand new neighborhood in OKC, decorating for Christmas will surely be up there on your to-do list! There is nothing more exciting than decorating your new home for Christmas. The anticipation of a warm fire, the smell of freshly baked cookies, and the sound of laughter coming from children playing in the snow outside are all part of what makes Christmas so special. You want to make sure that you have plenty of space for decorations and that you set up your Christmas decor just right in your new home! By following these simple guidelines you will be able to create a perfect holiday atmosphere at your new place!
Make Your Tree Noticeable
The showstopper of all Christmas decorations is the Christmas tree, so you need to make sure you position yours in a place that will get it noticed. Whether you want passers-by and neighbors to see your tree in awe through your window or whether you want it to be the first thing guests see when you open the door, place your tree in the place you want your tree to be noticed. Make sure that you decorate your tree with matching ornaments and top it with an elegant tree topper, and of course, do not forget to place lots of beautifully wrapped presents underneath for that extra Christmassy feel! If you can, try positioning your tree in the center of your room or the center of a wall rather than in the corner, as this centralizes the tree and makes it stand out in a room.
Add Outdoor Ornaments
If you have just moved into a new neighborhood in OKC, you will have to pull out all the stops for Christmas, and that includes lawn ornaments! Wow your neighbors and make your home look like a winter wonderland with outdoor Christmas decorations like light-up reindeers, inflatable snowmen, or even go a step further and buy a fake (or real) snow machine! Making your front lawn shine and sparkle with Christmas spirit will not only give you brownie points with your new neighbors, but it will make your home look great too! If you do not have much room on your front lawn, you can try hanging lights around your roof or decorating your roof with inflatables or light ornaments instead.
Get Crafty With Window Decorations
If your new home has plenty of window space, take advantage of this and put up some window decorations! For a more authentic feel and a great way to involve the kids, try using washable window chalk or paint to draw your own Christmas art on your windows. From snowflakes to snowmen, Christmas trees to gifts, you can draw all the Christmas-related pictures you like! To finish off your work of art, pop some lights around your window frame to make sure your artwork is lit up and in full view for all to see!
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