28 Breathtaking Ways to Decorate With Christmas Tree Lights
It's the most wonderful time of the year — and the best time to decorate with Christmas tree lights. Lucky for decor addicts, this piece of affordable decor is as versatile as it is merry, and there are endless ways to use it to decorate your house. Keep reading to check out 28 of our favorites.
Create beautiful holiday wall art with mounted lights.
An empty picture frame or beautifully framed mirror looks dazzling with lights draped across it.
Create a cascade of lights from a suspended branch.
Use garden features as a mold to intertwine lights and greens.
Update a garland with some glowing globe lights.
Jazz up a potted plant with cascading lights.
Make your bedroom merrier by draping lights from romantic mosquito netting.
Run lights through decked-out hurricane lanterns.
Wind lights through beloved holiday ornaments or knickknacks.
Use strands of lights to spell out a holiday greeting.
Wrap lights around a garland centerpiece for an unexpected tabletop twinkle.
Wrap lights around outdoor lawn accessories to give your yard a glow.
Weave lights through a lantern to create a soft, overhead light source.
In lieu of flames, pile a scattering of lights atop fireplace logs.
Fill glass lanterns with delicate tangles of lights instead of candles.
String lights from the ceiling so they cascade romantically across a canopy.
Revive an old wreath by wrapping it in delicate lights.
Draw attention to tabletop holiday decor by draping it with lights.
Make a decorative ladder Christmas-ready by encasing it in lights.
Fill a terrarium with glimmering bulbs for a magical effect.
Scatter lights wherever you need a touch of holiday flavor.
Let them fall from the ceiling in a corner for an effortlessly cool look.
Alternatively, create a curtain of lights to hang in your backyard or as a wedding ceremony backdrop.
Drape them around a mirror for a wow-worthy display.
Genius! Hang them directly above the pool for a cool mirrored effect at night.