Beyond using indoor Christmas light ideas to decorate your Christmas tree and walls for the holiday season, there are many creative ways to add a festive sparkle to your house with Christmas lights. So, if you are looking to create a welcoming atmosphere again this year but with a different display, we’ve got some options for you.
Light Up Your Headboard Shelf
Bring the Christmas cheer right into your bedroom with this dreamy Christmas decor. With this decoration, you can readily create a starry ambiance in your room, especially at night. The layout will look somewhat like fireflies hovering right above your bed.
This idea works perfectly in modern interiors like the one in the picture. But it should work just in with non-modern interiors too.
Pulling it off is very uncomplicated; once you have your LED lights and your headboard shelf in place, the rest is a breeze.
This simple wreath light is a perfect way to decorate your walls. But beside using it for your walls, you may use it on your table, mantel, and shelves if you can create a stand for it.
To recreate this Christmas decor, you could buy the wreath lights in a store. Alternatively, you could make it a DIY project and convert some string lights, mini lights, or fairy lights to wreath lights.
If you need a rustic Christmas decoration, this wreath lights idea could also work for that purpose. The thorn-like pattern alongside the soft glow offers just enough rustic elements.
This simulation of a fireplace with Christmas lights is just amazing. It is a creative way of recreating the cozy atmosphere of an actual fireplace but without fire.
Making a flameless fireplace with string lights or fairy lights is a simple DIY project. As you can tell from the picture, it doesn’t take much to put it all in place.
Hanging Lights Tree
This idea is a very smart way to add Christmas lights in the form of a Christmas tree to your room without taking much space. With the lights playing the role of a Christmas tree and Christmas lights, you get to experience an all-encompassing show of the holiday spirit.
Marquee Christmas Light Art
Here’s another Christmas lights DIY project you can pull off with fairy lights. It is simple, creative, and you can customize it as you wish.
Of course, if you intend to use this design, your letters should not spell “June”. It could spell “December”, “Christmas”, “Noel”, or something related. But if you would love to use the decoration year-round, you could spell a generic festive word.
Mason Jar Lights
This is another simple DIY project for decorating and bringing a cheery air to your tables, mantel, and shelves.
To create this, all you need is fairy lights and a clean, dry mason jar (or multiple mason jars, depending on what you want). If you want a little quirkiness, you may use twinkling lights in place of fairy lights. You may also try both types of lights together.
Floating Ring Lights
The suitability of this Christmas lights decor idea depends on how much space you have indoors and the height of your ceiling. If you have a low-hanging ceiling and a small space, this may not be the best option for you. However, if your ceiling is high enough and you have enough space, this display would be amazing for you.
With strings, hula hoops, string lights, baubles, pine cones, and other regular Christmas ornaments, you can pull this off. At its simplest, all you have to do is wrap lights around the hoops and hang them. Ensure the strings you use are durable so the decorations do not drop on their own.
When pulled off perfectly, this decor gives a planetary ambiance.
Branch LED Lights
This lighted branches idea is another way to simulate a Christmas tree and Christmas lights on your wall. To recreate this, you may buy branch Christmas lights from a store. Alternatively, you could get suitably-shaped tree branches and convert them to branch lights with your string lights. These likes look great on a brick wall.
Christmas Lights on Canvas
You can decorate your walls or shelves with this simple Christmas lights craft. It has a simple design that fits perfectly into modern interiors, and the soft glow of the lights are a spectacle to behold at night.
If you have some interest in astronomy, this might be a fun Christmas light idea for your room. You may also use it in your child’s room if they love stars or things related to astronomy.
When recreating this, you do not necessarily have to follow the same shape. Your constellation could be any shape you want it to be. You may also use LED lights of any color as long as the canvas’ color complements it.
If you want to add a touch of whimsicality to the constellation, you may use twinkle lights in place of regular LED lights.
This idea is another version of the mason jar lights idea. But rather than having only string lights in mason jars, this version includes fake snow to give the design a soft, cozy feel.
The jar also includes ornaments like a mini tree and a mini house to add some festive character to the design. When creating yours, you can use any ornament you want, be it pine cones, mini candles, or baubles.
This decoration is more than just a nice touch to the hallway. It is dreamy and cozy; you can just sit right there in the hallway and bask in the magic drizzling down.
Paper Cup Lights
If you have some paper cups you intend to dispose, this decor offers you a way to recycle them while giving your room a pleasant setting.
Making paper cups lights is very straightforward. You can even have your kids join in to make the whole thing more exciting.
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