How to decorate a window for Christmas? Decorations such as baubles, lanterns, wreaths, twigs, or Bethlehem stars. They will look beautiful both when hung on a curtain rod and placed on a window sill.
When to decorate windows for Christmas?
The first Christmas decorations may appear on the windows as early as the first Sunday of Advent – green twigs, garlands, and Christmas wreaths look beautiful, both hung on a curtain rod and placed on a windowsill. Next to them, there will be lanterns, e.g., in the shape of charming houses, modern candlesticks, or light decorations, e.g., Bethlehem stars, which will disperse the winter darkness and create a magical atmosphere.
How to decorate windows and window sills for Christmas?
Probably nothing can match the emotions associated with the anticipation and experience of Christmas. Therefore, every year there is also a question of how to emphasize this unique atmosphere at home. A beautifully dressed Christmas tree and atmospheric Christmas decorations appear in the living room. And when everything is ready, we look for the first star through the window on Christmas Eve.
So how do you decorate a window for Christmas? Lights, decorative chains, baubles, reeds, twigs, Bethlehem stars, wreaths, figurines, lace napkins, and even pralines.
Christmas window decorations
… is also a sign for those who look outside that this house is warm, cozy, and joyful. Hanging Christmas decorations on the window attracts the attention of visitors from a distance. What can you depend on the window? LED lights of various shapes, Bethlehem stars, green twigs, and, of course, wreaths. They look beautiful on their own, but you can also create a composition from several larger and smaller Christmas wreaths in the large window. Baubles and Christmas decorations can be hung on fine lines or decorative, colorful ribbons. You attach them to a curtain rod or a natural twig.
On the windowsill, you can place Bethlehem stars in decorative pots or individual flowers in small vases. There are also decorative lanterns and Advent wreaths – four candles symbolize the four Sundays of Advent, i.e., the time of waiting for Christmas. An interesting idea will be to replace the traditional candlestick with jars decorated with colorful ribbons or lace. Place other Christmas decorations next to the lights, such as reindeer figurines or wooden Christmas trees.
Tie the curtains with red ribbons, throw a soft blanket over the windowsill to create a warm, cozy corner. And when winter does not snow on time, you will conjure up the winter landscape yourself by sticking snowflakes, stars, snow-covered houses, or snowmen on the windows. The most beautiful ones are those cut out of paper by yourself.