Make your bedroom 100 percent more magical with overhead twinkle lights. That would be possible thanks to multiple strands of lights.
If you want to adorn your bedroom with Christmas lights then you came into the right place to find some inspiration. If these creative ideas to hang holidays lights isn’t enough then check out all these pictures below. It isn’t hard to decorate your bedroom with lights but make it comfy and romantic isn’t as easy as it sounds. Anyway, enjoy!
A cheap white curtain, removable wall hooks and Christmas lights are only things you need to create a holiday bed canopy.
Infuse your bedroom with sparkling, magical, twinkling fairy lights. String the Christmas lights across your ceiling and enjoy!
Transparent tape if you plan on hanging lights on windows or walls. Tacks if you don’t mind poking holes in the wall. Twist ties for hanging lights on the Christmas tree.
For many people Christmas holidays is the favorite part of the year. Streets and houses are covered with Christmas lights and everything is glowing in the dark. Although if you want to be original with Christmas lights in your home without creating a large lights display you need to be creative. I’ve gathered for you some ideas how you can use Christmas lights as indoors as outdoors. They include lights in bottles, a Christmas tree made of lights, artworks made of lights and many others. Enjoy!
This DIY LED headboard could make your bedroom magical not only for Christmas but for the whole year.
A breezy drapery combined with lights would create a whimsical effect right by your sleeping area.
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Christmas lights mixed with an Instagram gallery wall is a great way to decorate any wall.
Take a bunch of Christmas light strings and turn them into a gorgeous glowing wall tree.
To make a wall less boring and add a Christmas sparkle to it, try adorning it with fairy lights.
Christmas lights could become task lighting in general and replace traditional bedside wall lamps.
How would you like to fall asleep watching tiny twinkling lights resembling stars above your bed? That isn’t hard to achieve!
When you’ve got everything ready to go, here are some tips on how to hang Christmas lights outdoors:
Hang string lights to make twinkling draperies and turn your bedroom into a princess layer.
Hanging Christmas Lights Outdoors Around the windows and planters on your home. Along the driveway, walkway, or other paths. Around the front door using lighted garland strands. Along the edge of the roofline.
On bushes and trees using net lights. Wrapped around pillars or posts using LED tree trunk lights.
Welcoming and magical ambiance you can achieve with lights is perfect for modern interiors.
One simple Christmas light string could become a great last minute decoration in any bedroom.
Unwrap and untangle the lights. Plug them in to make sure they work and are not damaged. Replace missing or broken bulbs and throw out frayed wires. Begin at the highest point and work your way down. For windows and walls, you can simply tape the wire down.
If you would rather use tacks for the wall, push the tacks into the wall and set the lights right on top of the tacks. Do not push the tacks into the electrical wire. For the tree, begin at the top of the Christmas tree and start wrapping.
You could move down each individual branch, attaching the lights with twist ties, or you can just wrap the strand around and around the tree. On wreaths, use battery operated Christmas lights so you won’t have to plug anything in.
These lights are also useful in plants or draped around an indoor tree.
Here is another amazing idea for a DIY glowing headboard that you can make for Christmas.
A DIY chandelier made from hula hoop, twine, Christmas lights and plumes is a great addition to any bedroom.
A romantic and shabby-chic idea could be quite easily to make. This is a perfect example.
Now that you have the lights and a few other supplies, you can begin to hang the Christmas lights.
Work gloves. Hardware for hanging lights, such as Christmas lights hooks, clips, adhesives, stakes, and wire. A telescoping ladder. Outdoor extension cords.
Get a partner and try to hang the outdoor Christmas lights during the day when there is the most light. Unwrap the Christmas lights and extension cords and plug them in for a test run. Replace any missing bulbs.
Throw out light strands that are damaged. If you are wrapping Christmas lights around a post or a tree, begin at the top and work your way down. You can use adhesive or wire to secure the lights. After you have connected three strands of lights together end to end, begin again with a new strand.
If you are using Christmas light clips or hooks for the roof, follow the instructions on the packaging. If you are running the lights along a path, follow the instructions on the stakes. Plug the extension cords into weatherproof outdoor timer power strip so that you don’t have cords running all over the yard and you won’t have to remember to turn the Christmas lights on and off each night.
Hanging Christmas Lights Indoors
Measure the area where you will hang the lights so you know how many to purchase. You can either purchase incandescent lights or LED lights. Incandescent lights are a little less expensive, and LED lights will last longer and use about 90% less energy. Collect the supplies you’ll need to hang the Christmas lights:
Such lighted canvas is an amazing piece of art that would definitely bring some magic to your decor.
This simple fabric headboard could make your bedroom really attractive. Just make sure to hang some white holiday lights behind the fabric.
Do you have a vanity in your bedroom? Here is how it should look during holidays.
Decorating the outside of your home is a fun way to show your Christmas spirit. We believe you can never have too many Christmas lights so here are some fun outdoor spots that can use a little illumination during the holidays:
Several branches could become a great support for Christmas lights. You can mount them right to the bed.
Measure the area where you will hang the lights so that you know how many to strands of Christmas lights to purchase. For the Christmas tree, you will use about 100-200 lights per 1 1/2 feet. Collect a few other supplies:
String lanterns would look perfect combined with lights and drapes.
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Around the walls of your bedroom. Around the windows using battery-operated Christmas lights. On the Christmas tree. On the fireplace mantel. Up the stair rail using battery operated Christmas lights. On a Christmas wreath.
After you have the outdoors all decked with lights, you can hang Christmas lights inside your home. The following are some places that you might want some Christmas lights:
If you want to wake up in a room full of holiday cheer then Christmas lights hanging from dried twigs is a perfect solution for you.