Lighting Tips for a Bright Holiday Season

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Holiday Lighting Tips from Lamps PlusEnjoy spending time with family and friends this holiday season and let Lamps Plus help brighten your home safely and stylishly with a few quick and easy tips.
1. Be unconventional. Instead of ordinary holiday lights this season, welcome visitors with colored lanterns, classic faux-fruit wreaths, or outdoor winter wall art—all of which warm up your home’s exterior in a unique way.

2. Make it memorable. Shift the focus from food to fun and make lighting the focus of your holiday tablescape. Adorn accent lamps and chandeliers with garland or glass ornaments to reflect the warmth of your home.

3. Lighten the mood. Create a festive atmosphere by filling your common spaces with strands of party lights. Mix stars, teardrop glass balls and other designs to cast wintry images onto your walls. For the kids, add a playful holiday lampshade to your repertoire.
4. Transform the old. Update existing table lamps and chandeliers with red, silver, gold or green lamp shades to capture the holiday sprit. For your every-day mantle, add evergreen candleholders for a festive flare.

5. Accents are key. Make furniture come alive with holiday pillows and throws. For a bolder look, layer different holiday hues or, add a new accent bowl piled high with home decor ornaments as a decorative touch for end tables.

6. Illuminate everything. Whether by traditional candlelight, the realistic flicker of a flameless candle or a battery operated picture light, highlight framed photos of loved ones for everyone to see.
7. Green your holiday. Add a wall dimmer to dining room chandeliers or fixtures to create a warm ambiance and control the amount of energy you use.

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Lighting Tips for a Bright Holiday Season