Decorating outside the home using string lights
String lights never fail to provide a happy vibe. (Photo Credits)
If you want your home to look happier from the outside, then why not try decorating it from the outside using string lights?
String lights definitely are not just for decorating during Christmas time, instead it is a year-round decoration that you can use to liven up your place from the outside. Electrical Association
Ehow.com for instance shared a fun Fourth of July decorating idea using string lights.
“Oh say can you see – the patriotic lighting at your next Fourth of July gathering. These red, white and blue globes made of yarn are so fun to assemble, the whole family will want to join in. Besides being festive string light covers, these yarn globes make great garlands, or can simply be displayed in a bowl as a table decoration.”
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Architecture and Art design website homesthetics.net meantime shared two dozen ideas how to light up your garden and patio beautifully through string lighting. Electrician
“Spring and summer nights are around the corner and there is no better way to spend them than outside, enjoying the fresh air of flowers and freshly cut grass. What better way to entertain your guests than by transforming your little garden into a little bit of heaven? And the key ingredient is lighting. Your patio will never look better than in the shining shivering of string lights. It is the most inexpensive method of decorating any space fast and with incredible end results. The romantic cozy atmosphere created but these tiny elements will completely change the way you perceive a party or small gathering and will definitely transform those relaxing nights after a busy hard working week into the perfect day ending.”
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During Halloween, string lights will likewise provide that scary yet fun vibe outside your home.
CNET for instance shared this crazy and fun idea on how to scare your visitors and trick or treaters come October 31. “Nothing says “party” like terrifying predatory aliens that want to pluck you out of your timeline and banish you into an alternate era while feeding off the potential energy from your lost lifetime. The Weeping Angels are one of the most frightening “Doctor Who” villains ever created, much scarier than the green blobby creature that threatened Tom Baker in “The Horror of Fang Rock” in 1977.”
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So are you going to find a good use for your string lights after the holidays?