Greenwood Apartment Decorating Ideas For The Holidays 11/24/2020 Perhaps you’ve noticed that a lot of holiday inspiration magazine articles show off large houses and oversized decorations. So what’s a Greenwood apartment dweller to do if you don't have a large space?Never fear. There are a lot of fun and stylish ways to decorate your apartment this holiday season. No matter the size of your apartment, you can try these great Greenwood apartment decorating ideas for the holidays.Upgrade Your Usual Home Decorations With Festive PiecesIf you don't have room for extra decorations in your Greenwood apartment, try switching out existing accessories with more holiday-style alternatives. Replace your doormat with a fun mat. Swap out blankets and throw pillows with holiday-colored ones. Add holiday towels to your kitchen and bathroom. Decorations don’t need to be purely aesthetic. They can be functional as well!Try Greenwood Apartment Decorating Ideas That Don’t Require Storage SpaceIf you have limited storage, try using decorations that don’t require storage or use a small amount of storage space.Fresh greenery and Christmas trees have a short lifespan. The same happens with gingerbread houses. Another short-term decoration is simply displaying dishes of holiday candies to brighten up the space and snack on until they’re all eaten.Not every seasonal display is big and glitzy. Little decorations that store easily can make just as big an impact. Get ornaments that won’t break to save space on storage packing. Experiment with flat wall hangings, foldable cardboard or fabric decorations, window clings, and bendable garlands that don’t take much to fit into small containers after the holidays.Pick A Christmas Tree That Works In Your ApartmentIf you observe Christmas, having a Christmas tree is part of the fun. But those lengthy piney branches can overwhelm small apartments. Thankfully, you can easily get Christmas trees in different sizes.When choosing a Christmas tree, try to get one that leaves enough space between the tree and the ceiling to put a tree topper on. As for width, thinner, compact trees look better in smaller places.If you’re extremely tight on space, consider a 2-3’ tree or a novel half or corner topiary. These types of trees butt up against a wall or are placed in a corner to save space.Be Creative with PlacementApartments might not have the same architecture or amenities that single-family houses do. If you don’t have a wide windowsill for your menorah or a standard fireplace for stockings, don’t worry. You can put your usual holiday decorations in unusual places when you live in a Greenwood apartment.Menorahs look just as lovely on a table, entertainment center, or bookshelf. Stockings can hang from coat pegs on the wall, door handles, or shelves. Don’t have a front-facing living room window for the Christmas tree? Put it in a bedroom window instead.Decorate Windows Rather Than Your YardEveryone loves seeing outdoor holiday lights, but you might not have the option to set up your own when you live in a Greenwood apartment. If you don’t have personal outdoor space to decorate, then go ahead and decorate your windows.You can delight the neighbors with strands of lights or hang festive wreaths and electric candles in each window. Have each member of the family put together a paper snowflakes chain or set up cute holiday characters peeking out. Stores have been dressing their windows for decades, so why not decorate your windows at home!Now You Can Enjoy The Holidays At BayShore Apartments Come home for the holidays at BayShore Apartments! You’ll love our variety of floor plans and outstanding amenities for all of the year’s celebrations. Call 317-886-1849 or click the “schedule a tour button” to connect with a Leasing Specialist to find out more about living at BayShore Apartments.