Create a sparkling light display each night during the holiday season with these tips and tricks for bringing envy-worthy curb appeal to your front yard.
Lights are meant mostly for ambiance, but they can also serve double duty as backdrops for showcasing seasonal yard structures. When placing holiday structures in the yard, it’s wise to keep them unlit, instead relying on the ambient glow of the house. Get step-by-step instructions.
Year-round exterior lighting such as sensory-activated motion lights, security spotlights and sconces can often interfere with the soft ambiance created by twinkle lights. The key to properly mixing different sources is overpowering year-round fixtures with twinkle lights. Consider changing year-round bulbs to those with lower wattage. This will allow twinkle lights to overpower year-round fixtures, resulting in a beautiful, soft glow along all exterior surfaces of the home.
Glitter Mason Jar Luminary We’re sure you have a few extra mason jars laying around the house. Paint them red and use white glitter to make them look snowy. Line your steps with these and add a candle to make them that much more festive.