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It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the twinkling of lights. Perhaps the most important of Christmas decorations is twinkle, or Christmas, lights. Used for decorating inside and outside, Christmas lights bring your artificial Christmas trees to life, liven up staircases, and make it easier for Santa to spot your house on December 24. Fortunately, there isn’t just one way to cast a glow this holiday season, and there are many ways to create a dazzling display of Christmas decorations in your home and yard. Once the tree is lit, the season officially begins.
One of the most beautiful and elaborate types of Christmas lights are icicle lights. These lights aren’t your typical string styles; they offer hanging portions that include even more bulbs so the overall look is reminiscent of glowing icicles. Perfect for your roof, these Christmas lights jazz up your garage and roof and add even more excitement to your mantel. Available in a range of colors, LED lights are energy-efficient and burn for hours without requiring replacement. Magical and awe-inspiring, these icicles won’t melt and won’t burn out.
For general purpose holiday lighting, such as trees and decorations, old-fashioned string lights fit the bill. However, today’s strings aren’t your average lighting options. Available in different sizes and shapes, strings come in a rainbow of colors and include features like programmable options, constant or twinkling modes, and even water-resistance styles to meet every need. Do something different and switch out regular bulbs for globes or designs shaped like penguins or snowmen.
Ever been to a laser light show and couldn’t believe how cool the lasers looked? Bring that same feeling home with laser Christmas lights. A small projector sets up outside in your yard, and uses LED lights to project lasers onto your home and garage. Create a show that goes along with music, or opt for a red and green light shower that is simply out of this world. Moving projectors sweep across your home for more coverage, while a built-in sensor and remote control makes it easy to adjust the action. Instead of installing lights by hand on your home, slide a laser projector into the yard and simply turn a switch; you may notice cars slowing down just to take in the display!