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Lights for the garden are not just for Christmas either! We recommend installing an outdoor lighting system that can withstand wind and weather all year round and won't have any problems if temperatures drop below freezing. Just think about it: How wonderful will a snow-covered tree look with the right illumination! As a nod to the festive season, you can replace individual light features with outdoor deco elements like bright stars or a tree-shaped object. Your neighbours will be amazed!
And with a little luck, you'll get a nice powdery snow cover to complete the scene.
Create the perfect Christmas mood indoors
Your home is decked out with festive decorations, and the shopping list for your big advent dinner is complete. Now you can relax and put your legs up – but somehow... it isn't perfectly cosy yet? Maybe your Christmas lights don't create the expected cosy and nostalgic mood you intended?
Choose lamps with tunable white or RGBW feature if you'd like to remain flexible with the light in your living area. Then you can always adjust the lighting to your needs. Watch this video to find out how that works:
Gold or silver crown mirror lamp look stylish and beautiful all year round. At Christmas, however, they take on a whole new role, as these colours are basically synonymous for the season. Choose matching baubles for your tree, and the Christmas look for your living room will be complete!
Lamps and luminaires with a colour change function are your best choice if you like a colourful Christmas at home. An indirectly lit TV could be switched to red light for a romantic movie or to match the red candles on the advent wreath on the coffee table. You could also use smart luminaires to underscore the mood and the purpose of your festivities.
Children in particular, are excited about their advent calendars to count down the days to Christmas. Have you ever thought about illuminating an advent calendar you have created yourself? All you need is a couple of branches from the forest, a wooden slat, some white acrylic paint and an LED strip to make your kids' eyes sparkle with excitement. And if you don't have a wall socket where you want to put up the advent calendar – well, then you can use battery-powered fairy lights for the branches.
Plan your Christmas lights well before time! Like every year, Christmas comes along a lot faster than you think. Maybe you should start your Christmas lighting concept right away to be sure you have everything you need for your own Christmas miracle in your home and garden when the time comes. Then there won't be anything left to worry about and you can truly relax and enjoy your festive season.