Decorating your home is not the easiest thing to do. First of all, the decorations should not stand out too much in style than the way the house was made and decorated.
Exterior wall decorations are most often used on special occasions such as Christmas, Easter, Halloween etc.
When it comes to Christmas, the most popular are the figures of angels hanging on the walls, Santa Claus, shapes of snowflakes, etc. Well-made exterior wall decorations made of natural materials, ie wood, coniferous branches etc., will work.
When Halloween is coming, you need to create a bit of horror – in this case, of course, the likeness of ghosts, zombies, ghouls, vampires, bats and other monsters. A good idea is also exterior wall decorations in the form of artificial spider webs.
In the case of Easter, the likenesses of hares will prevail, as well as colorful Easter eggs and all kinds of ornaments depicting floral themes. In any case, the exterior wall decorations should be well lit – then it will look very aesthetically. Dedicated lamps, as well as Christmas lights that probably everyone has in their home will work well. However, care should be taken that all lights are resistant to moisture and other atmospheric factors.
What, however, when there is no special occasion, and you still want to decorate the outside of your home exceptionally? Our ideas for exterior wall decorations are primarily about investing in additional lighting. Sconces installed at regular intervals around the house will look very good. They do not have to give much light. It is enough to illuminate the wall from the wall lamp, to the ground. The twilight is perfectly ok. In addition, you can allow yourself to place interesting products in the form of cut-outs such as wood mandalas and other designs. In this way, the outside of the house will be more “alive”. Another idea for exterior wall decorations is to invest in suspended flower pots in which flowers will be found. A good option is also ivy – the point is that the stems fall down, slightly covering the wall. Otherwise, ivy can be planted in a small pot at the bottom of the wall – then naturally it will be wandered up.