Once the autumn leaves have fallen and the nights begin to grow longer, it’s the annual signal that it’s time to start decorating for the holidays. And while many homeowners divert their attention to interior holiday décor, giving your home’s exterior a festive punch will ensure it’s a showstopper the moment friends and family pull into the driveaway. Need some outdoor holiday decorating ideas? We compiled the top 2019 exterior decorating trends that will be all the rage this holiday season.
Top 4 2019 Holiday Décor Trends
Top 5 Siding Do’s and Don’ts for Holiday Decorating
While we all want to quickly decorate for the holidays, there are important factors to keep in mind while tackling your exterior to prevent potential damage that could stick around long after the presents have been unwrapped. Specifically, there are important do’s and don’ts for holiday decorating with LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding to ensure you do not damage the siding and potentially void the LP® SmartSide® 5/50 Year Limited Warranty.
With these top 2019 holiday décor trends and siding tips and tricks, it’s time to get started transforming your home’s exterior into a winter wonderland that is sure to be the star of the block this season.
If you’re considering an exterior home remodel this spring or summer, now is the perfect time to start planning. Whether you want to take on a simple exterior remodel or totally change the exterior of your house, being prepared and building a detailed home project plan can help reduce your stress and help keep you on budget.Continue Reading
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