The weather outside is, well, perfect. Thanks, Florida.
Even if certain festive tunes do not apply to the Sunshine State, there is no shortage of holiday cheer in the great state of Florida. Naturally, you want to do your part to spread the joy and contribute to the electric atmosphere of excitement and happiness that accompany the Christmas season.
Decorating your commercial landscape is a great way to do just that. To truly stand out from the crowd and display your Christmas spirit loud and proud, you will want to go above and beyond the typical string lights.
To aid you on your journey to unparalleled holiday glee, we have compiled a list of the top commercial property holiday decorating ideas. Check it out below for your shortcut to seasonal décor success.
Spruce Up Your Plant Life
No, we are not referring to Spruce Christmas trees—though they are wonderful holiday additions to your commercial property. Instead, we are suggesting the addition of festive foliage to your landscape.
Florida provides plenty of opportunities for exceptional holiday displays thanks to its temperate climate. With numerous blooming plants to choose from, you can easily create Christmas-themed displays. For example, you can use red and white flowers to make candy canes, add splashes of color to your walkways, place poinsettias in highly visible areas, and otherwise embrace the joy of the season as you see fit.
Incorporate Lights in Unique Ways
The holidays are renowned for the epic light displays that residential and commercial properties alike pour hours into crafting. While string lights may be the classic approach to participating in this lovely tradition, you can elevate your commercial landscape to new holiday heights by incorporating lights in unique ways.
If, for example, your property has water features, you can utilize red and green lights to create a dramatic holiday effect. You can also use spotlights of your choosing to highlight certain festive features of your property, sync your string lights to music for a more active display, and more. In other words, the only limitation is your imagination!
Bring the Festivities Indoors
Your holiday landscaping does not have to be limited to the outdoors. Consider bringing festive plants, like Christmas trees and poinsettias, indoors. You can decorate the trees to complement your preexisting décor, strategically use wreaths and bows to tie the seasonal décor together, and add pops of color to your interior that echo the natural beauty of the poinsettias.
Tying the indoor décor to the outdoor theme is especially effective if your property experiences foot traffic. Creating cohesion between the multiple areas clients frequent ensures that Christmas cheer is consistent and experienced throughout the property.
Make it Interactive
If your property facilitates it, consider opening your display to the public. Whether you create a walk-through or drive-through event, giving people the opportunity to encounter your Christmas landscape up close and personal can create a truly memorable experience.
This is also a wonderful way to create brand awareness, as people who may be unfamiliar with your business are likely to stop by just to enjoy the decorations.
Embracing the holidays by leaning into the tradition of decorating your commercial property is a splendid way to enjoy Christmas and spread cheer. Whether you choose to keep things simple or opt to go all out, the most wonderful time of the year will be even better thanks to your contribution.
For more commercial landscape decorating ideas and assistance, feel free to contact Landcrafters. With an expert eye and over two decades of experience, Landcrafters can help transform your property into a Christmas wonderland.
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