4 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for the Holidays

The holidays are fast-approaching. While it should be a season filled with joy and celebrations, it can often be a time of stress (especially if you’re hosting)! To help you get your home ready for the holidays, we’re sharing some of our favorite tips to jumpstart your holiday preparations:

Clean Your Lighting Fixtures & Ceiling Fans

Let’s face it, lighting fixtures can get pretty grimy (and most of us don’t remember to clean them as regularly as we should). Before you host any holiday celebrations, take the time to clean your light bulbs, fixtures, and fans. Take the time to rid them of dust, grime, and bugs now and they’ll stay bright and clean throughout the holiday season.



Find the Perfect Dining Room Chandelier

Chances are your dining room gets a lot of use during the holidays. To make sure your dining room is warm, welcoming, and functional, read our tips on selecting the perfect chandelier for your space. With the right chandelier, your dining room will be the perfect spot for entertaining guests from Halloween to New Year’s Day.

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Enhance Your Bathrooms

Whether you’re hosting a holiday dinner or overnight guests, take the time to spruce up your powder room and guest bath. Add a candle to the vanity, stock the cabinet with plenty of towels and toilet paper, and make sure your bathroom has ideal lighting.

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Set the Mood

When entertaining, perfect lighting is key. For a warm and cozy living room and a bright and functional kitchen, check out our complete guide to understanding color temperatures. With the right color temperature in every room, you’ll be able to create the perfect ambience for all of your holiday celebrations.

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While it may seem a bit early to be prepping for the holidays, we always think it’s a good idea to get a head start. Tackle these tasks before Halloween, and you’ll have more time to enjoy the holidays all season long.

For more of our best holiday prep tips, check out our Lighting Illuminations holiday section.

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