Welcoming Glow

DELIGHT GUESTS AND NEIGHBOURS WITH OUTDOOR LIGHTING THAT CONVEYS THE JOY OF THE SEASON.

TURN YOUR HOME AND YARD INTO A WHIMSICAL WONDERLAND WITH LAYERS OF LIGHTS FROM THE ROOFTOP TO THE SIDEWALK.

Bright Ideas

Want the secret to having the best-lit house on the block? It’s all about getting the right mix. Here’s how:

Start with path lights and work your way from the ground up, illuminating bushes, trees, windows, doors, and the roofline.

Pick a focal point and deck it out with a variety of lights. Here, string lights, a shining wreath (#267523), glimmering packages, and a friendly snowman draw the eye to the door.

Blanket bushes with net lights for consistent coverage.

Use a combination of multicolour, single-colour, and white lights for a balanced look.

Think outside the box and hang wreaths on windows. Don’t forget interior lights. Flickering candles (#391395) add a subtle glow.

THERE IS SOMETHING MARVELOUS ABOUT GLOWING HOLIDAY LIGHTS ON A SNOWY NIGHT.

Accent architecture

Play up your home’s features, such as a bay window, with icicle lights (#394532).

WARM UP WALKWAYS

Take advantage of shimmering path lights (#349499) and stakes (#138853) to give your Christmas scene depth.

SPOTLIGHT STEPS

These glowing grapevine gift boxes look like magic packages left on the front steps

TRIM TREES

Light the trunk and branches of deciduous trees. Start at the bottom and spiral the lights around. Use single-colour strands for a design wallop.

PROJECT DETAILS

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