Your Christmas cards should be written. The turkey should be ordered. At least some of your gifts should be wrapped.
And don’t forget about the front of your home. You may have already decorated your tree but what about your house front?
It will be the first thing that your guests see on Christmas morning and you want them to feel that festive fever as much as you are.
Don’t overlook your home’s exterior. Welcome them to the house with a dazzling display of decoration by using our our festive decorating ideas.
Display a wreath on your front door
Hang a traditional wreath to your front door for a gorgeous greeting. It could be a ready-made wreath if you don’t have the time or skill to make your own. Either way, an attractive wreath is a great way to make an impressive festive statement.
Make the house glow with outdoor fairy lights
Don’t let those dark winter days put your home in the shade. Fit some fairy lights outside the building (once you’ve managed to untangle them) to emphasise its presence and tell the world that you’re hotly anticipating the arrival of Santa.
Upgrade your windows and doors
You will find it hard to drag yourself away from your home over the Christmas period as you’ll be too busy eating and drinking. So it’s important that you feel warm and secure, which you will after the installation of the very latest energy efficient windows and doors. New windows and doors will also freshen up the appearance of the house, something that Santa will certainly approve of when he pops in for a mince pie.
Don’t put off updating your windows and doors. Upgrade now and you could beat the 2020 price increase. Plus, spread the cost of your home improvements up to 10 years with our flexible finance options. Discover all our offers today.
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