- Tips for decorating your home and yard
- 20 photos of exterior decoration
- External illumination
- Decoration of the veranda and front door
On New Year’s Eve, I want to let everyone know that you are already in a New Year’s mood. But how to do that? It’s simple – decorate your home from the outside. 20 original photos and ideas will help you with this, now you can easily decorate the exterior of your home and share your festive mood with everyone.
Tips for decorating your home and yard
New Year’s Eve is a special period. Preparations are underway for the holiday on all fronts and New Year’s decor is not the last on the to-do list. A beautifully decorated house will create a mood for everyone who looks at it. If you are the owner of your own home and decide to decorate it for the New Year, then you will definitely need these tips:
1. Make a sketch or plan of the future decoration, it is easier than later remodel the ugly design.
2. Observe fire safety regulations. Remember that snow and ice are frozen water, and water conducts electricity well.
3. Use LED lights and string lights. This will save you on your electricity bill. Diode lighting is represented by a variety of products from tape to heavy duty floodlights. To make a multi-colored, flashing backlight, use multi-colored LED lights and strips along with a dimmer.
4. Do not hesitate to help. Facade decoration, especially work at heights and carrying heavy loads, is associated with some risk, so you need a person who can bring, serve, insure. In addition, with an assistant, you will decorate your home much faster..
5. Use only street lights and lights, they are specially designed for harsh outdoor conditions.
6. Decorate the trees and bushes that grow in front of your house, and it doesn’t matter if it’s not a Christmas tree, believe me, even a lit birch will look very beautiful.
7. Use street candles and all sorts of street lights.
20 photos of exterior decoration
It’s time to introduce you to those photo ideas that will help in decorating your home and garden..
Conventional single-color lighting looks understated and elegant. Such a garland is quite easy to install, moreover, due to the simplicity of the design, the work will not take much time..
Decorate your home in a blue and white palette using various backlit frame snowflakes and decorating trees with bright LED garlands.
You can also use multi-colored garlands with wireframes placed throughout the facade and even on the roof.
If you have a lot of energy and untapped potential, then you can decorate your house and courtyard not with one or two frame decorations, but with a whole exhibition. True, only children can truly appreciate the beauty of this diversity. But who is this holiday for, if not for children??
Wireframes can be easily replaced with inflatable ones and illuminated. Inflatable ones have an obvious plus – they are very easy to store, unlike frame ones. It is necessary to illuminate inflatable figures with lamps that heat up slightly, otherwise the figures may melt or even ignite..
The Christmas tree is easy to make yourself. To do this, you need a rod, a few turns of wire and a garland.
The coming 2016 is the year of the red monkey, so decorating your home with red garlands will be rewarded. The monkey loves everything bright and luminous, so do not forget about the New Year’s fireworks.
Decorate the gate and fence around your home and people will definitely pay attention to your New Year’s mood. Decorating a fence and gate is all the more important if you have a dense garden in front of the house or a blank fence through which all your efforts to decorate the facade of the house and garden will not be visible.
If you are the owner of at least one living tree in the garden, then we congratulate you! After all, having correctly played it with light and using New Year’s decorations with taste, you will create a real masterpiece! For example, such as the one in the photo below – a tree with soft blue-violet lighting, with small silver toys and candles in glass candlesticks looks very beautiful, you may not want to take off the decorations until next New Year.
But if you have a garden or a garden, there are thousands of options. Depending on your capabilities and taste preferences, you can decorate each tree individually, or make a general theme.
Decoration of the veranda and front door
If the illumination is visible only at night, then the decoration of the veranda and the front door is visible during the day. You can use a limitless variety of materials and decorations. The main thing is to know when to stop and stick to one concept of decoration.
The use of spruce branches and red ribbons is a classic design and is always relevant. Poinsettia and small Christmas trees can be used.
Another variation of red-green decor that uses cones, apples and holly berries, another popular New Year’s plant.
You can make several New Year’s wreaths out of Christmas tree decorations and hang them on the door, finishing the composition with artificial Christmas trees and fake gifts.
Your veranda can be decorated with a real tree. Place the tree on a stand so that the wind cannot turn it over. Wrap the stand in burlap and you’re done!
Decorate your front door with wool balls in different colors. Wool is a sign of home warmth and comfort, so when entering such a door, all guests will be positively attuned..
A Christmas tree made of multi-colored mesh fabric and balls will look great on any door.
Make a snowman with three rings woven from a vine. Give him a plastic hat and scarf. Now he is ready to welcome your guests.
Decorate your veranda with Christmas tree nests. Instead of nests, there can be any decorations – snowflakes, lanterns or large Christmas decorations.
Even ordinary flower pots turn into Christmas decorations when dressed up with branches, balls and cones..
A street lamp will become New Year’s if it is beautifully decorated. Such a lantern will look beautiful day and night..
Now with the knowledge we have provided you with, you are ready to start decorating your home. May the New Year bring you inspiration and harmony, which you can draw upon by decorating your home.