Festive Holiday Window Treatments

062It’s the holiday season! Typically, your fireplace mantel is the center of attention throughout the holidays, and can quickly become cluttered with tinsel, wreaths, and holiday figurines. Turn the tables this year and try something different! Make your windows the center of attention for the holidays this year.

Let the kids help decorate. Find festive window decals at your local craft store. Gather the kids and have them help you create a fun holiday window landscape all their own!

Decorate your windows with wreaths! They aren’t just for your mantle! Wreaths work beautifully in windows. Whether you place them on the interior window or the outside, a wreath creates a festive, inviting look from all sides. If you’re into crafting, try creating your own unique holiday wreaths to decorate your windows with. Glue together Christmas ornaments of various sizes for a modern take on a traditional wreath.

Use festive top treatments. Frame your windows in beautiful, decorative top treatments that shine with the glow of the holiday. Try out a fun winter print fabric to use as a valance. Work sheer gold curtain fabric into your existing window treatments to spruce them up for the holidays. If you’re stuck on what would look best in your home, the experts at Blind Builders can help.

Bring the winter plant life in. Incorporate winter plant life into your window display. Whether it’s a Holly bush or a Poinsettia, it is easy to work plant life into your holiday windows. If you are looking to take a more traditional route, hang strands of homemade Evergreen garland from the top of your window frame.

Work in lighting. A favorite part of the holiday season for many people are the strings of lights that brighten up landscaping and outline a home. Line your homes windows with decorative lighting or hanging icicle-style lighting to give your home a warm and inviting glow that will last the whole holiday season.

String up holiday ornaments. Create a modern and festive look by hanging baubles, ribbons and bows from the top of your window. The ornamentation will catch the light throughout the holiday season and transform your window into a winter work of art.

Family and friends will be coming from far and wide to visit, so make sure your windows are looking their best with these holiday window treatments!