Christmas is almost upon us,
so it’s time to start thinking about decking our halls
At Pallot Glass & Windows, we love to see people decorating their windows and doors (and the rest of their homes) with festive cheer.
If you’re struggling for inspiration, why not take a look at our Christmas decorating tips:
Everyone loves Christmas crafts. This one is a bit fiddly but once you get going you can’t stop. Paper snowflakes are a fun and easy way to make your windows stand out. All you need is paper and scissors and you can make hundreds of beautiful designs.
A garland is a fun way to decorate your windows, doors and hallways. You can use scrap paper, wrapping paper or any paper/card you can find. Make them into strips and loop them together to get a chain that you can make as long or short as you want.
This one is a bit trickier but can be a great way to make your windows festive. You’ll need some coloured or patterned paper, scissors and glue. There are plenty of instructions online and if you want something easier for kids, just cut out circles in paper and let them get creative decorating them.
If you want that Christmas glow this year then we recommend you invest in some Christmas lights. These can go outside or inside to make your home shine for your guests.
Get creative with tinsel
Tinsel doesn’t have to stay on the tree. It is a fun way to spruce up your windows and doors. Wrap it around your door frame or hang it in your windows for a bit of sparkle this Christmas.
Greenery and nature
If you’re looking for a more natural vibe this year then why not bring a bit of greenery into your decorating. Holly, mistletoe and pine clippings can make simple but effective decoration on your mantle piece, window sill or door frame.
Wreath on the door
Make your front door stand out with a beautiful christmas wreath.
Wrap your door
Make a festive statement by wrapping your door! Whether you go mad with the wrapping paper or stick with a well placed bow, a bit of wrapping on your front door is a fun way to highlight the entry to your home and make your neighbours jealous this Christmas.