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Who knew that creating a winter wonderland had so many options?
These categories showcase the various areas you can highlight, you'll notice we design to highlight architectural details.
Roof line (including gutters and peaks)
Wreaths or bows
Trees, shrubs, etc
Outline the roof with simple, classy, white lights.
This is by far our most popular option with around 75% of our customers choosing this look.
Are you a 12? Keep you lights up longer (or at least until we win the Superbowl)
Pretty much any color option imaginable, we can custom make any combination.
This is a popular option with customers who need to have a balance of classy and color. These lights are red/red/clear/clear. You can also chose to alternate red/clear.
This is a popular option with customers who need to have a balance of classy and color. These lights are red/clear.
What we've come to call the Christmas present. This is red/green/clear, but red/green is a popular variation of Christmas present.
Invest in long lasting, energy saving white LED lights to save on power for years to come, while creating an elegant holiday glow.
Highlighting architectural details can keep the display simple, but enhance the home. Consider outlining doors, windows, garage doors or pathways
This is by far our most popular option.
Wreaths and garland are great embellishments
Classic white come in both incandescent as well as LED. Notice the details, windows, wreaths, garland, pathway and trees/bushes make this home complete.
GREENERY, EMBELLISHMENTS, BOWS
Garland, bow, bells, and mini lights on trees. WOW!
LAYERING AND CLEAN LINES
While we did not do this house, and it is not something we would likely do, clean lines, layering and highlighting architectural details make this house stand out.
We only carry "warm white" LED, so if you want "Pure white" or "cool white" you will have to special order them.
Fun for the kids, not for us
Ummm..... We don't do this.... EVER!!!!
Outline roof facade, ridge lines, windows and doors to create a dynamic display
Add color to bushes and trees
Trees are most often done in all white (clear), but this is a great alternative. When choosing the Classic white for the home, adding color to a few trees will help make the home "pop"
DRIVEWAYS & PATHWAYS
Pathway lighting is a simple way to "ground" the lights (no pun intended).
Extend the look of your house by attaching stakes to the lights.
White LED Lights: Popular outdoor Christmas light ideas for the roof include clear C7 & C9 Christmas lights, with bulbs large enough to be seen in full color from the road. Investing in long lasting, energy saving white LED lights can save on power for years to come, while creating an elegant holiday glow.
Candy Cane Christmas Roof Lights: Get creative with lighting the roof, using red and cool white LED bulbs, or red and clear incandescent lights on the roof. We will secure C7 bulbs along the roof in an alternating pattern using clips, so no hooks or nails will be left over.
Red / Green Christmas Roof Lights: Choose a red and green light theme for your house this season to bring festivity and holiday cheer to the neighborhood. Outline the roof and windows with C9 red and green bulbs. For more fun, add a white bulb to the mix.
Colorful Lights: Multicolor or solid colored C7 lights make a stunning impression lining the home. Create retro or visually powerful lighting effects with colored LED lights. Another idea for decorating a roof with color lights includes placing bulbs in sockets in single, double, or even triple color pattern sequence.
Theme Lights: Multicolor C9 bulbs can be used with stringers in any combination, like blue and green or blue and white theme lights. Stringers can be customized with bulbs of your choice to celebrate any type of festivity such as sporting events, holidays, and more.
"It was great to work with Chris. We had never decorated our house with lights before but I had an idea of what I wanted I just did not know specifics or how to begin. Chris suggested a style of lights based on my vague thoughts and we agreed to a plan over email. I was not able to be home at the time we agreed on but that didn't matter. I came home to a festive house ready for the holidays. I literally didn't have to lift a finger as the lights were plugged into a timer and ready to go! Excellent service - no question I'll be using him again next year."- Susan A., Seattle, WA
Christmas lights on the house. Most homes are decorated with Christmas lights on the front eves of the home. Any eve that is visible from the street should be decorated.
Bushes. Decorating bushes are a great way to light up a display and keep costs low, as well as add color.
Garland, Wreaths, and Fences. Garland can be used to decorate pillars, fences, or railings. Wreaths can be hung underneath peaks or in windows.
Rooftops. Decorating the actual rooftop with outside Christmas lights is a great way to complete a design
Trees. Pine trees and deciduous trees can be lit with mini lights. There are a few options, each way has a different look.
Windows, Doors, Pillars, and Arches. Hanging Christmas lights around windows, doors, pillars, and arches can add more lights and details and will brighten any home.
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