Post # 1
So I feel a bit silly posting this on WeddingBee, but I figured someone would have some good ideas for me.
In my apartment we have this big window that looks out onto a main road. It is a bay window type, so there are three separate glass windows. There’s a seat built in and the windows reach almost to the ceiling. My problem is I have no idea how to decorate for Christmas! We keep the blinds closed almost all the time because of where we live/for privacy. Any ideas of what I can make or buy to jazz things up for the holidays? I’m looking for things to put on the inside of the apartment (as opposed to things to be enjoyed from the outside).
Here’s a picture of what it looks like. This was taken right when we were moving in, so the middle blind is fixed and it’s obviously a lot neater
Post # 3
My parents would always put the tree in front of our bay window so people could see it from the street. If you don’t want to do that, maybe string lights around the edge of the window and hang snowflakes or round ornaments at varying heights. Good Luck!
Post # 4
Arrange some of the new flameless candles with pine cones and large Christmas balls in assorted pieces of glass or crystal. Trifle bowl would work… ribbons and greenery from the yard or from someone’s Christmas tree trimmings. Pretty from inside and out and not a fire hazard.
Post # 5
I’m a fan of simplicity and repetition. Have you thought of 3 wreaths?
because your two side windows are narrower, I would make those wreaths a little smaller also.
Post # 6
Maybe you can put a small tree up on the seat and decorate the windows with some lights and maybe stockings similar to this:
Post # 7
What about hanging a wreath in each window?
Post # 8
WOW, those pics are so great! My suggestion seems small and insignificant, but I also am hanging wreaths in each of my windows. I have sash windows so I can hang a wreath from the lock on the window. Avon had some really nice inexpensive gold glittery wreaths for only $9.99. I bought 6 of them and they look great. My blinds slide right over them in the evening when I want the blinds down and they look nice from both sides.