I absolutely love the bay window in my home. Positioned at the front of the house, the bay window allows an abundance of natural sunlight to fill my home every month of the year and provides me with a cozy and attractive place to keep an eye on my children while they are playing in the front yard and admire the feathered friends who stop by to avail themselves to the offerings in my bird feeder. I enjoy decorating my bay window for the holidays and use it as a space to reflect my family’s personalities and spirit all through the year. This article will offer some fun and festive ways to decorate your bay window for Valentine’s Day.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Window Clings. Window clings are an inexpensive way to spruce up your bay window for Valentine’s Day. The quality of window clings has definitely improved over the years and a few dollars spent on soft plastic images of Cupid, hearts and bows and arrows can attractively dress up your bay window without the annoyance of the clings curling and falling off the window well before the holiday.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Little Ones’ Artwork. Children love to make pictures and color pages ripped from coloring books for the holidays. Display your children’s or nieces’ or nephews’ glorious holiday artwork in your bay window to not only please you, but also any visitors who drop by. A cute display of Valentine themed pictures lovingly drawn by the children who are near and dear to your heart will brighten up your home and remind you that you are loved and blessed on Valentine’s Day.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Color! Brighten your bay window for Valentine’s Day by replacing the curtains or window seat cushions with ones that are deep red or pink. The bright spots of color will surely give you a lift during the long and chilly winter months and provide a whole new look to the room.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Window Treatments. While you may not be enthusiastic to completely change the curtains in front of your bay window, a little change to the scheme can offer a fun look for Valentine’s Day. Wind a garland of red roses around the curtain rod or string a strand of Valentine’s hearts across the top. Change the hardware to a wrought iron curtain rod that has a heart or angel embellishment on the end. A simple little change can really freshen up your bay window and give the room a little bit of Valentine’s Day spirit.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Flowers. Red roses are the symbolic flowers of Valentine’s Day. Don’t wait for someone to send you roses on the holiday, buy them for yourself! A beautiful vase of red roses set on the shelf of your bay window will add some beauty and flair to your bay window for Valentine’s Day. Silk roses are an excellent investment, as they last much longer and can be moved from room to room as your decorating needs and ideas change.
Bay Window Decorating Ideas For Valentine’s Day: Valentine’s Day Cards. Many people choose to send Valentine’s Day wishes to their loved ones. If you are lucky enough to receive one or several holiday cards, don’t throw them in a drawer or cabinet. Proudly display them on your bay window shelf and use the cards as the focal point of your holiday display. Scatter artificial rose petals or white candles in between the cards to make your bay window a festive area to celebrate the beauty and love of the holiday.