Love Where You Live: 5 Ways to Add Holiday Curb Appeal

With Christmas and New Years around the corner, it’s time to give your home the holiday facelift it deserves. No matter what holidays you’ll be celebrating this year, these tips are sure to improve the curb appeal and festive spirit of your home.

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  1. Mix in texture and shape

For decorations to be seen from up close and in the street, use a variety of shapes. Tying rosemary sprigs around store-bought snowflakes is one way to add texture to an otherwise boring decoration.

  1. Hit the lights at sundown

When the sun sets, turn on exterior lights to add a warm vibe to the neighborhood. After dark, light will be the only illumination around the house. During sundown, string lights across the porch, eaves, and railings add a subtle glow to the house.

  1. Holiday themed door and archway décor

Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Chanukah, or Kwanza, adding a holiday touch to your door and archway is a way to put your personal touch on the holiday season. Even some subtle candles can add a classy glow to your home at night, and let the neighbors know you’re ready for the season!

  1. Service: Christmas Lighting Colorado

If you don’t have the time to decorate for the holidays, give Christmas Lighting Colorado a call. They specialize in custom lighting install, design, and removal, ensuring that your holiday season will be as stress-free as possible.

  1. Denver Illuminations

If you’re planning a holiday party or special event, Denver Illuminations has a service package to fit your needs. They specialize in custom Gobo Monograms, uplighting, pinspot lighting, Asian inspired paper lighting, outdoor string lights, and floralytes.

Adding curb appeal to your home is a part of the holiday season. Adding lighting and decorations helps to brighten an already warm and lovely time of the year. Make your home look as unforgettable on the outside as the memories forged inside.


 
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