The Role of Windows at Christmas: Festive Window Decorations

The Role of Windows at Christmas: Festive Window Decorations

Christmas decorations aren’t just for you, they’re for your neighbours, passersby, and sometimes even the internet! With that in mind, we’re taking a look at the important role festive window decorations play every December. We’ll also run you through a list of handy tips and pointers for getting the most out of your window space this year.

For you

Christmas trees are almost certainly the most traditional festive decoration here in the UK. Sometimes, though, you’re in the mood for a bit more. If you’re desperate to make your home as Christmassy as possible, then window decorations are a great option. They can make it incredibly easy for you to add a bit of Christmas cheer into every room in the house. They don’t break the bank either (or your backs, carrying all those trees).

For your neighbours

Part of the brilliance of Christmas is more it’s “feel” than any presents or extravagant roast dinners. Part of that feel is undoubtedly the knowledge that everyone around you is sharing in the same excitement and happiness as you; a great way of adding to that atmosphere is putting together Christmas decorations that are visible to those outside. Outdoor decorations and huge lighting displays are great for some people, but they’re not everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re not keen on the idea of inflatable snowmen and musical light shows, then window decorations are the perfect option.

Let’s talk ideas

Enough with the benefits, you’ve already been convinced, right? Thought so; time to talk specifics. Below, we’ve listed some of our suggestions for how you could decorate your window this Christmas. We realise we might not have covered everything here, but hopefully, this will start off the thought process for you!

  • Lights – draping fairy lights around the interior of your window frame is both an easy, and extremely effective, decoration.
  • Snow – we’d advise against decorating your windows with real snow, but the false stuff can look especially wintry and, thus, festive!
  • Greenery – if your tree isn’t on view, then decorating your windows with wreaths and branches is a great option.

As always, if you’ve got any issues with your windows over the Christmas period, get in touch with Bingley Windows & Glass Co. These decorations are only going to work if your actual windows are in good working order!

Give us a call on 01535 958 183, or fill out one of our online contact forms. Merry Christmas!

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