From the soft glow of white string lights to novelty colored lights, residents have plenty of options to put their personal stamp on their home with outdoor holiday lights this year. In particular, LED holiday lights give people more decorating options than ever.
LEDs come in a wide variety of styles, sizes and colors. They also use about 10 percent of the electricity and last two to three times longer compared to traditional incandescent bulbs (DIY Network).
Whether you want to keep it simple or go the way of the Griswolds in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, here are some ways to incorporate energy-saving LED holiday lights in your decorating:
Icicle LED lights are most commonly used to decorate and accent roof or porch lines, creating the popular effect of dangling icicles. To create a new look, try layering strings of icicle lights to add dimension.
How are you incorporating LED lighting into your holiday decorations this season? Tweet @ETN_Lighting using the hashtag #LEDChristmas.