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Holiday Light Inspiration

Holiday Light Inspiration

October 21, 2020

If you're looking for a little holiday lighting inspiration, you've come to the right place. Our Elves have been hard at work and have done a great job decorating homes just like yours for the holiday. Visit MosquitoNix to see some of our completed holiday light designs and find the inspiration you need to make your house the best on the block.

Back to Basics

Forget laser light shows or any of those other holiday trends. MosquitoNix is getting back to basics by lining your home with holiday lights. A strand of large, clear bulbs lined up along your home's roofline offers a traditional holiday look you'll love. At MosquitoNix, we're getting back to basics with holiday lighting and we absolutely love it!

Like recent years, clear or white lights and big, retro-style bulbs will be trending. However, you can get more bang for your buck by choosing LED Christmas lights. In addition to regular Christmas lights you can also choose icicle lights, snowflake lights or some other type of holiday light.

Trim the Trees

If you have shrubs or trees in your yard, you're in luck. Trim those trees with holiday lights and make them a part of your holiday decorations. Whether you have a small ornamental tree or a towering palm tree, a strand of lights around the trunk and a few in the branches or fronds will make a big impact once the lights go down.

Net lights make quick work of lighting up shrubbery, but when it comes to trees, we prefer basic string lights. Make your trees match your house or choose a different size or color of lightbulb to help them pop. You can even choose one tree to use as an accent tree and decorate it similar to your indoor Christmas Tree.

Finishing Touches

Once your lights are up, it's time to start thinking about adding some finishing touches. Bows, garland and other holiday accessories offer the perfect pop of color and style for any design. Hang a wreath on your garage door or your front door. Use garland to give big open spaces a little bit of swag. Combine lights, garland and bows for a dramatic effect.

You can also combine outdoor lights with blow-up displays, lit wire displays and other seasonal touches to create a custom look you'll love. If you're going all out with your light display, be mindful of your neighbors and avoid being put on the naughty list.

Professional Installation

Love the look of holiday lights, but hate how much work it takes to put them up? We can help! Let the experts at MosquitoNix tackle your holiday lights for you with our professional light installation services. We'll buy, hang and maintain your holiday display so you don't ever have to lift a finger. When the season is over, we can also remove and store your holiday lights so they're ready to go next year. Contact us today to ask about our lighting services and to get a free, no-obligation quote.

If you're ready to have the most festive house on the block, let MosquitoNix help. From holiday lighting inspiration to full-service professional light installation, we have what you need to make the holidays a little more merry.

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