Perfect for your holiday centerpiece this Winslow Artificial Perfect for your holiday centerpiece this Winslow Artificial Wreath is strung with 240 white lights and is sure to bring holiday cheer to your home. Each wreath is accented with realistic flame-retardant branches. This wreath is designed for both indoor and outdoor use. Ideal for your door wall or window. ... More + Product Details Close
A familiar pastime during the holiday season is to drive or walk around neighborhoods in the evening to see the lights displayed on and around other homes. While some homes have no lights, others may have incredibly ornate displays which require weeks to construct. A rare few have even made it to the Extreme Christmas TV specials shown on HGTV, at least one requiring a generator and another requiring separate electrical service to supply the amount of electrical power required. In Australia and New Zealand, chains of Christmas lights were quickly adopted as an effective way to provide ambient lighting to verandas, where cold beer is often served in the long hot summer evenings. Since the late twentieth century, increasingly elaborate Christmas lights have been displayed, and driving around between 8 and 10 p.m. to look at the lights has become a popular form of family entertainment. In some areas Christmas lighting even becomes a fierce competition, with town councils offering awards for the best decorated house, in other areas it is seen as a co-operative effort, with residents priding themselves on their street or their neighbourhood. The town of Lobethal, South Australia, in the Adelaide Hills, is famed for its extensive Christmas lighting displays and many residents go to great effort to put on the best light display in the town. Residents from the nearby city of Adelaide often drive up to the town to view them.
Christmas lights (also known as fairy lights) are lights used for decoration in celebration of Christmas, often on display throughout the Christmas season including Advent and Christmastide. The custom goes back to when Christmas trees were decorated with candles, which symbolized Christ being the light of the world; these were brought by Christians into their homes in early modern Germany.
It's the season of lights, so make the most of it by filling your home with twinkling colors. Look for mini lights to add specks of color to the Christmas tree or garland in the house. For a more dramatic look, consider C7 and C9 lights to frame your doorways or illuminate outdoor trees. Drape your house in icicle lights that cascade down a few inches from the roof line, or cover your shrubbery with net lights that add instant sparkle. You can stick with a single color for a monochromatic look or spice it up with an array of hues. If you plan to turn your property into a holiday spectacle for your neighbors to enjoy, consider laser lights that dance on the walls or your house and pair them with inflatable characters that expand to take up space and move in the wind.
For decades trees, wreaths and rooflines have displayed Christmas lights to the de-light-ment of family members and neighbors alike! Transform your home for seasons to come with this virtually indestructible set of 50 energy efficient red C6 size LED lights that use up to 98% less energy than traditional incandescent lights. Light set features include:
No need to stop at one; with outdoor Christmas lights, let all your little lights shine, shine, shine for the world to see. The history of using lights to welcome the holidays dates back to the 18th century in Germany. Back then, upper-class citizens showed their affluence by lining their windows with candles and wrapping bright white lights around their magnificent Christmas trees. Dazzling lights proved a bit safer than burning and melting wax candles. The trend of stringing lights from windows and trees went viral; by the early 20th century, Americans lit up their homes for the holidays with lights. The popularity of lights led to increased production, giving consumers more choices and reduced costs. By the 1960s, outdoor Christmas lights appeared on bushes, porch railings, and trees in urban lawns and graced city lampposts and street signs. Today, this tradition remains just as popular, perhaps even moreso. You can join in on the holiday fun with colored lights, blinking lights, white lights, and vintage outdoor Christmas lights too. Make the experience even merrier with outdoor solar Christmas lights, powered by the sun, that reduce your electric consumption, soften your carbon footprint, and fill your home with holiday joy instead of bills. Look for festive lights on eBay, where reliable sellers offer a variety of new and used miniature, full-sized, rainbow colored, and crystal white lights for houses of all kinds. Then, choose a convenient shipping method to have your items arrive faster than the North Pole Express.
This palm tree is dotted. The strong yet flexible branches can be posed to provide artful placement for ornaments and decorations. The green fabric leaves and brown trunk decorated. Unique design and selected material deserves your collection. Its attractive appearance is a nice scenery when displaying in the beach, swimming pool, square, garden, leisure plaza and more. Ideal for both summer and Christmas season. It brings the Hawaii happiness.
Mini string lights are the most popular because of their versatility. Available in either incandescent or LED technologies and in a wide range of color options, these Christmas lights are the perfect addition to almost any Christmas lighting design. All of our mini string lights are very reliable and stay lit if a single bulb fails. Our incandescent mini string lights come with replacement lamps, and we carry LED testers and "PODS" for repairing the LED light strings.
Unless you're going for an ultra-minimalist look, your tree needs some decoration. This is a great way to give your tree some character, show off your personality and have some fun. Ball ornaments are great for adding color to the tree and establishing dominant hues. Look for ornaments with a shiny finish to reflect and amplify light, or choose a glittery finish if you want an icy glow. Blown glass ornaments shaped like birds, bows, and branches give the tree a classic aura. Consider adding ribbon or garland cascading down the side of the tree or add sprigs of holly, pinecones and flowers for a more natural look. Don't forget the tinsel if you want a tree that really sparkles in the evening light.
Restore a nostalgic flair to that old light strand with this deLIGHTful pack of C9 replacement lamps! 25 multi-colored ceramic C9 replacement lamps are double-coated with pigment to shine brightly with rich color. Commercial grade, these replacement bulbs feature weatherproof bases and fade-and peel-resistant coatings to withstand winter weather and corrosive ocean air.
Outdoor Christmas lights are a wonderful way to share your Christmas spirit with the whole neighborhood. At Improvements, we have dozens of ways to light up the outdoors at Christmastime. Guide family and friends to your door with cheerful Christmas pathway lights to light their way, or cover the lights that flank your door with whimsical snowman porch light covers. Traditional Christmas lights and projector systems are perfect too!
This waving snowman figure is made with acrylic material that is strong and durable to provide many years of enjoyment. It is pre-lit with 70 clear mini lights that make this decoration sparkle and shine. Snowman features black top hat, red scarf, carrot nose, button eyes and green mittens. This holiday trimming can be displayed in indoor or outdoor locations.
Want to see snow for Christmas but live in a warmer climate? Trim the roofline, porch or balcony with snowflake icicle lights. With LED technology and stackable plugs you are able to connect up 43 strings safely, so you can decorate large areas quickly and easily. Sturdy wire ensures that these lights can handle bad weather and several different events while still shining brightly. This holiday season make your home into a wonderful winter wonderland!