According to recent surveys, fall is now the most popular time to decorate your home after Christmas, surpassing other holidays, such as Thanksgiving, Easter and even Halloween. 

And while there are so many ideas for decorating this fall, one area that can be particularly fun and interesting is decorating your windows. The best part of decorating your windows is it can make both the inside and outside of your home look great.

Whether you are thinking about window installation in South Jersey or not, these ideas can bring any windows to life.

Wreaths

While you may think of wreaths as a door decoration, they also work great for windows. Wreaths are especially great fall decorations, as the traditional fall colors work really well in a wreath. They are also very complementary through a window, making them visible and seasonal.

When it comes to choosing a wreath for your fall window decorations, you can opt for a natural look with browns or a more festive look with orange and red as the focus. In any case, a nice fall wreath in your windows will definitely amplify your holiday decorations this year.

Stickers

Simple and fun, stickers are a great way to liven up your fall decorations. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and it is easy to find stickers that will also pair well with your existing decorations. 

Many times, it can be challenging to tie in a design for fall decorations throughout an entire house, namely because it takes too many decorations. With stickers, though, it becomes easier to carry a design throughout the entire house. It can also liven up areas of your home that you don’t normally decorate.

Washable Paint or Markers

One of the things that is true of any season is it can be difficult to really customize your decorations. You are generally at the mercy of what is available to buy, unless you have unlimited time to make your own. 

One easy way to balance customizing your decorations is to use washable paint or markers to make personal statements. The best place to do that is your windows, since it is highly visible and will be the easiest to clean when the season is over. If you think you have some artistic chops, this could also be an opportunity to show it off!

So there you have it. Here are a few ways you can spruce up your windows this fall. Or, if you really want to make your home stand out, you can pair these design ideas with replacement windows in South Jersey