Decorating Your Apartment for the Holidays
Choose a smaller Christmas tree: If space is a premium in your apartment home, you can do a more with less by choosing a 6-foot tree. In addition to using less space, a smaller tree will require fewer decorations to store throughout the year.
Use white lights for your tree: White lights will make help your apartment home seem brighter and warmer.
Decorate the tree wisely: Choose the most important decorations for your tree and avoid over-decorating with large and heavy ornaments.
Utilize white and gold: For a clean and modern holiday look, utilize white and gold accents throughout your apartment.
String lights throughout: If you have additional white lights, string them throughout your home and balcony. It may not be as bright as the Griswolds' home, but your apartment will feel like a Christmas vacation.
A wreath and window greenery: Hand a wreath on your front door and decorate the windows sills with greenery. You may even add pine cones, acorns, and other natural elements to your displays.
Celebrating the Holidays in Your Apartment Community
Skype or Facetime with your family: If you are spending the holidays apart from your immediate or extended family, use technological tools such as Facetime, Skype, or Google Chat to connect with them via video. High-speed internet like that which is offered here at Regency Park Apartments is ideal for a quality video and audio experience.
Consider inviting neighbors for dinner: The holidays provide a great excuse for getting to know your neighbors. Invite acquaintances and new residents to your well-decorated apartment to celebrate the season together.
Look for or organize a community-wide holiday gathering: Many apartment communities have common spaces that are perfect for community-wide Christmas or New Year’s Eve gatherings.
If you would like to know more about our beautiful apartments and fully furnished corporate units, contact us. Have a happy and safe holiday season.