Christmas festivities might be over, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be all set to celebrate the next holidays season with full vigor. When we talk about Christmas, there is no way that we can forget the one and only Christmas essential: Garland. Be it in the supermarket or homes throughout the country, every single place is filled with garlands.
The tradition of harnessing homes and markets with garlands has been around for centuries. Today, it serves as a reminder for all that the grand festival of the year - Christmas - is here. With that festive spirit in mind, let’s not forget to bring garlands into the house the next time you are decorating it.
Thus, there should be no exception in bringing garlands - in multifarious colors - into the house this Christmas. But there is a catch, a tricky one, in fact: Where to hang these garlands? Well, the brief answer is that there is no such thing as a perfect place to hang the epitome of Christmas. You can literally hang it anywhere in your house.
But there are some home decor enthusiasts who want to make the most out of it. They are in search of the best place to hang garlands. If you are one of them, we have got your back, and this article is for you.
So, are you up for the best places to hang garlands in your house? Well, here we go! Here are some of the best places that are literally perfect for hanging garlands:
Tie the Garland Around the Window Ribbons
First up: the best place to hang your garland is windows ribbons. It is visible, simple to do, and secure enough to keep it hanging throughout the holiday. All you have to do is tie the garland with the window ribbons, make a knot, and keep it hanging.
So, do not complicate things for yourself. Instead, keep it simple. More often than not, simple things are the best ones. Tie the garland with the ribbons and keep it hanging throughout the grand holiday.
Fasten the Garland With Zip Tie
Cabel zip ties are great at gripping garlands. Find one (generally variable for $6 in the market) and fasten the garland with it.
Not only the zip tie will grab the garland, but it will also prevent it from slipping. Plus point: if you want to add a new stylish feature to it, add a ribbon on top of the garland after fastening it with a zip tie.
Drape the Garland With A Seamless String
If you can not find a zip line, a seamless string can be a great alternative. The process is simple: find a string that is stylish and stubborn. Tie the garland with it and keep it hanging on the stairs.
There you are with some smart tips for hanging the garland. Apply these tips to take your home decor to the next level this Christmas. And, of course, do not forget to be kind to others during these holidays.