Do you ever feel let down at the end of a holiday season when the mini lights come down and are put away until the next big event? It is almost a rite of passage for those who celebrate Christmas, by New Year’s Eve or shortly thereafter, the dreaded day comes to say goodbye to the wonder of Christmas and the prior year. This event, for many people, is one of the saddest parts of the year. But why focus on a heartbreaking tradition when you have a million choices?
What if you chose to keep a core of lights at different places throughout your home and then, when a special event or holiday occurs, you can simply build upon what you already have?
For instance, those lighted wreaths or lit perimeters around fireplaces do not have to be reserved for the Christmas holidays. They can change all year long and become a frame to envelope whatever mood or color your mini lights bestow.
Lights are what imbue any room with a warm, cozy glow and make the whole house feel elegant and festive. Just because the holidays are over, you can maintain the welcoming feel of a home that reflects hospitality and comfort. Take that fireplace, for instance. You can decorate your fireplace in a breathtaking yet understated way by using those strings of colored or white mini lights you enjoyed during the holidays and continue the warm glow all year long.
At an entryway or as a centerpiece on a family table, mini lights can be interwoven with natural materials, textiles or fresh foliage to add a special surprise to any event. There is no comparison to an unexpected mini light candelabra or a string of lights to help light a path outdoors on a moonless night or to highlight the twinkle of stars overhead. The amazing selection of mini lights in color, string size, solar or electric and cord color vary to assist your event to its most wonderful expression.
Decorating with mini lights has taken on an entirely new dimension with the ability to order two-color light sets. The first thing that may come to mind when ordering two-color sets of mini lights is the fact that most sports teams have their sets of colors. And they tend to look good together! Whether you choose royal blue and white, gold and maroon or aqua and green, you can do so much more with these combinations than just celebrate your favorite team. Color combinations can be used to create special effects or highlight specific color schemes in your event planning or home decorating projects.
You could be a holiday or sports enthusiast. You could be a restaurateur or decorator. You might even just prefer a lit patio as opposed to having a dark one. For wherever or whatever your imagination sends you, try mini lights to express yourself with ease and impact.