5 Easy Ways To Decorate Your Vacation Rental For Christmas

One of the best parts of staying in a vacation rental home over Christmas instead of a hotel room is that you can still decorate for Christmas. Additionally, you can even hire a local professional decorating service to decorate your vacation home for you. You could have your entire home decorated for you before you even check in for your holiday stay. Furthermore, we also have some tips to help you make the finishing touches on your Christmas vacation rental this year, even if you outsource the tree and lights. In fact, here’s our step-by-step guide to filling your vacation rental with holiday cheer!

1. Find the Perfect Tree

The first step in making your vacation rental feel like home this holiday season is finding the perfect Christmas tree. You can check out one of the many local Christmas tree farms to pick out a real tree or head to Walmart, Michael’s, Target, or Old Time Pottery to get an artificial one and buy affordable ornaments. However, you can also hire a local professional decorating service to set up and decorate your tree for you as well. That way, you don’t need to worry about setting everything up when you arrive.

2. Put a Wreath on Your Door

One of the easiest things you can do to add a little holiday flair to your vacation rental is hang up a Christmas wreath. Of course, you could pack one along with you, but you do have other options if you’d rather purchase something here. Like Christmas trees, you can order a decorated wreath or live wreath from a professional decorator like Skylar Isenhower. You can also find beautiful wreaths at Target, Walmart, Hobby Lobby, Old Time Pottery, and Kirkland’s just to name a few. If you’re feeling creative, you could even decorate your own wreath!

3. Hang some Lights

While hanging up Christmas lights on a vacation rental may seem like a big ordeal, you don’t have to hang them yourself. You can hire Christmas Decor of Destin, The Lighting Company, or We Hang Christmas Lights, to light up your vacation home this holiday season. You won’t have to worry about standing on any ladders this Christmas when you hire one of these professional companies to help you out.

4. Hang the Stockings with Care

Stockings are an easy thing to bring along with you when you travel, so you won’t even need to buy new stockings if you pack them along. They’ll easy fold up and fit in any suitcase or bag. Most of our properties have at least one fireplace, which means you’ll have the perfect place to hang them up. However, if you forget to pack your stockings, you can always stop by Kirkland’s or Target to get some new ones!

5. Deck the Halls

Little festive touches go a long way when decorating your vacation rental. Hang garland around doorways or wrap it around the banister. Target has tons of cute little holiday decorations in the discount section by the front entrance if you want to keep your budget in check. You can even make your own Christmas decorations by creating paper chains or cutting out paper snowflakes. Little ones will love a fun holiday-themed craft and you’ll have the house feeling festive in no time.

With Christmas right around the corner, there’s no better place to be than the Emerald Coast. Make the most of your trip by decorating your vacation rental home for the holidays! Hire a professional decorating company or do it yourself. Filling your home with Christmas cheer is easier than you think.

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