This is the season of lights, which means you can add some festive flair to your home. Whether you have an apartment or a mansion, there are plenty of ways to light up your space for the holidays. Here are some ideas for decorating with lights:
Sparkling Icicle Lights
Sparkling icicle lights look great on the roof of your home, porch or tree and can be used indoors or out. They are battery operated with a remote control so they are easy to use. These lights come in both warm white and cool white colors. There is also an option for multi-color light which has 7 different colors! These lights will bring life and beauty to any space during the holidays!
LED Christmas Snowflakes Projector Lights.
The lights are easy to install, energy efficient and waterproof. You can also use them indoors or outdoors, so they’re a great choice no matter what kind of decorating you have in mind. You don’t have to worry about your kids or pets getting tangled up in them either; the LED snowflakes are easy to remove and store for next year, when the holidays roll around again!
LED Strip Fairy String Lights.
These are the perfect lights for a DIY holiday decorator. They're versatile, easy to use and won't break the bank.
Fairy string lights come in a variety of lengths and colors, but the most popular are white, purple or green. The little bulbs have tiny wings that look like fairies' wings!
These lights are made with LEDs (light emitting diodes). That means they use much less energy than traditional Christmas lights do—and they last longer too!
Curtain String Light
Installing string lights on your curtain is a fun and easy way to add holiday spirit to your home. It's also a great way to get in the holiday spirit if you're decorating last minute.
First, measure the length of your curtains and make sure you have enough cord to attach all of the lights at various lengths. If using multiple strings, try varying their lengths by adding some shorter strands between longer ones, so they don't look too uniform. Then choose which color bulbs (or colored bulbs) will work best for the room you'll be putting them in—not every shade works in every space! Finally, decide whether you want plain strings or wrapped-around swags; swags give more volume but are harder to install than plain strings with hooks attached at each end.
Well, we’ve reached the end of our journey, but it’s not over yet. We hope that you had fun reading through all these ideas for Christmas lights and decorations and maybe even found some new ones to try out in your own home! Now that you know more about what’s available, feel free to browse through the links above again so that you can start planning out your holiday decorating with ease.