11 Holiday Decor Ideas for your Condo

Posted by Highrises.com Concierge on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 at 1:47pm.

This year think outside of the box and decorate your place with the same style and pizazz as the rest of your decor.  Think unique and personal and create a visual treat for yourself and the guests you have over for the holiday season.  We found these ideas and wanted to share them with you to get your creative inner being going.  We love these alternative winter wonder ideas.

Take a brisk winter walk in nature and gather sticks of different sizes and hang on the wall with both traditional and creative ornaments and lights.  You'll save space but still get to have your tree.



For the intellectual type with lots of books laying around, transform them with this easy DIY holiday decor.  Share your inner bookworm and create a conversation piece!

For a simple dash of color and light, add cranberries and winter greens to water in a mason jar.

For the bold, freeze water, cranberries and greens in a plastic container.  Place a second smaller container to allow space for a candle.  You'll have a centerpiece everyone is talking about.


Gather the family and evening of hot coco and share folding and cutting techniques and then dress up the windows with your one of a kind paper snowflakes.

Try decorating the windows with soap in playful winder wonderland designs.

For an earthy feel, string pinecones with twine and place over doorway or fireplace.

For a lovely smelling home, create a wreath of rosemary in just a few simple steps.

Get a vase and place sticks inside and then garnish them with silver and white bulbs.  

Turn mason jars into snowglobes with your favorite winter colors and trinkets. 

Don't forget about the dogs! (really... how did they get this picture?)

We hope you've liked our holiday decor tips.  Highrises.com wishes you a wonderful holiday season.  If you are ready to buy or sell your home, remember we are the nations high-rise condo specialists.  You can search for homes by city, building or neighborhood.

Happy Holidays!

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