Halloween decorations are back in the news again with an eye on Christmas decorations.
But what are the holiday decorating rules?
Here’s a look at how to decorate your home for Halloween and Christmas.1.
Do not wear Halloween costumes.
This rule applies to anyone, but not Halloween costumes for women.2.
Do put decorations in their own spaces.
If you’re going to put decorations around your home, make sure they’re not in the way of other visitors or in the hallway.
If they’re on the floor or in a corner, leave them alone.3.
Do place decorations outside, behind furniture, in front of doors, and in other rooms.
This may be a bit tricky if you’re a family member, but if your decorating is a family-oriented endeavor, it may be worth it to keep it to a minimum.4.
Do keep the decorating outside to a reasonable size.
This means no decorations taller than 6 feet.
For a good rule of thumb, check out this blog post from The Wall St Journal.5.
Do try to decoratively decorate with a neutral color, such as red, white, and blue.
If it’s a holiday season, you can use a mix of white and yellow or gray to make a different look.6.
If your house has a holiday theme, you might want to consider adding a large ornaments to decorates outside.
If a large tree or flower has been added, it can create a fun, festive, and festive atmosphere for the entire family.7.
If the decorations aren’t in the best spot, make them as large as you can.
If there are no obvious places to put them, you may want to go outside or put them in an open space.8.
If something is in a place that can be easily disturbed or damaged, you’re allowed to decorating it with an oversized pillow or a flower.9.
Don’t wear Halloween masks.
This is a great rule for those who have been asked to dress up as their favorite characters and costumes, but it’s not as great for Halloween for people who don’t want to make that costume.10.
If someone asks you to decorately wear a costume, don’t do it.
Donned masks can be a fun way to show off your costume and help people understand what it’s about.
This can be great if you have guests over to help decorate their room.
If you’ve been asked by someone to decoror a room, here are some guidelines to consider.1) If you’ve already planned the decor for the room and it’s Halloween, the first step is to determine what you want the room to look like.2) If it has a Halloween theme, look for a neutral or neutral-colored theme that’s neutral or similar to the decor you’ve chosen for the house.3) If your decor is not a holiday themed decoration, consider whether you want to use a holiday decoration or a neutral.
If no holiday decorations are available, consider an alternative to your current decor.4) If there’s a big room with lots of decorations, you’ll want to keep the decorations small.
If one of your guests comes over, give them an idea of what they can see, hear, and smell, so they know what’s going on.5) If the room has a small amount of decorations and the decorations are in a relatively small space, consider adding large, decorative items to the room.
For example, an armoire, dresser, or fireplace could be huge, but small, brightly colored, ornament-covered tables or chairs could be appropriate for the area.6) If a room has decorations that aren’t a Christmas or holiday themed one, it’s best to leave them as-is, so it’s easier for others to get a good idea of the decor.7) If someone’s asking you to put something in a room that is more important than decorating, make it the main part of the room, like a bedroom or a bathroom.
If some of the decorations in the room aren’t the main focus of the party, it could be a good time to move away from the main decor.8) If some decorations aren’r a little too large, and you need to move them to a smaller space, move them around a bit to make room for them.
This will make the decorations stand out a bit better.9) If everything else looks good, move on to the next step.