Red Christmas Lights
The Look of Red Christmas Lights
Red Christmas lights are a terrific way to decorate the inside or outside of your house, and they give off a much different look than other solid-colored Christmas light decorations and themes, like you see below in the photos.
Another way to use red Christmas lights is putting them up on individual trees or objects outside or inside, which when standing alone, usually look much better than multi-colored Christmas lights when used together; at least as far as my tastes go. And when you see how they look yourself, I think you'll agree.
I think because of our past use of colored lights, we tend not to think of using strings of one color like red Christmas lights to string up. That results in us losing some fascinating ways of designing and presenting Christmas decorations.
Anyway, below are a number of red Christmas lights used on individual objects or strung up alone without other colored Christmas lights to give you an idea of whether or not it's something different you would like to try.
Red Berry Christmas Lights
These red berry Christmas lights are a lot of fun and really look nice on this Christmas tree. When you look at them you do have to somewhat ignore that white glare in the middle of the light as it makes it look completely different than the round lights they are.
Red Christmas Lights on Tree
- Christmas Star Lights
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- Mini Christmas Tree Lights
Mini Christmas tree lights are fascinating to look at, and come in about as many varieties as larger sized Christmas lights. I have a number myself, including some from my favorite cartoon characters, along with miniature Christmas lights made for...
Great Hanging Red Lights
These red lights really shine in that particular scene, and gives some great ideas you could do in your yard when placing them in strategic locations.
It also is a good example of what they would look like if you placed them on your ceiling for a unique look and effect.
Hanging Red Christmas Lights
- Christmas Bubble Lights
When it comes to Christmas lights, or probably any light for that matter, bubble lights are by far my favorite light, and children everywhere, as well as adults, never seem to tire of these fascinating lights which are so fun to watch and observe. ..
Closeup of Red Christmas Lights
This closeup shot of these red Christmas lights really stick out, don't they? It shows how that great red color can reflect off of whatever surrounds them to give off this great look. To me they look even better farther away.
Red Christmas Lights Closeup
- Commercial Christmas Light Design Ideas
One nice marketing idea any business can do is to put up some commercial Christmas light decorations to generate some buzz and put your business name in the minds of customers and potential customers. Everyone talks about great Christmas light...
- Lighted Palm Trees
Lighted palm trees are becoming an increasingly popular part of Christmas decorations, and these artificial palm trees look great; whether you live in the tropics or a northern climate, as you can see below. When I first started searching to see...
Red Bow Christmas Lights
This is a great look at how you can use red Christmas lights to create interesting light sculptures like these red bows found in Singapore.
They're stunning and beautiful, and not something that couldn't be done fairly easy in our own yards. It's a matter of getting the material to shape the design and then wrapping the lights around, or attach them to the material.
Red Christmas Lights in Shape of Bow
- Christmas Rope Light
Christmas rope lights are fast becoming a very popular addition to our Christmas décor, especially in our Christmas yard decorations. They look especially fantastic when used in outside situations. In some of the photos below I've included...
- Christmas Tree Lights
Christmas tree lights are by far the most anticipated lights included with anyone's home Christmas décor, and there are tons of ways you can put them on the tree in order to delight family and guests. I've always included the usual string...
Red Christmas Lights on Home
This is my absolute favorite photo of yard and house Christmas decorations using red lights. Whoever put this up really knew what they were doing, especially with the red shines across the house with the white lights complementing and intercepting it. Fantastic!
It also helps that the house itself had a white exterior to offer a great canvass for the lights to be showcased against.
Red Christmas Lights on White House
- Fiber Optic Christmas Lights
I'm a big fan of almost any type of Christmas light decoration, but at the very top of my Christmas light list is fiber optic Christmas lights, as they look fantastic when used with almost any object. To me there are no nicer looking Christmas...
- Outdoor Christmas Light Decorations
Of all the Christmas light ideas and themes, I think outdoor Christmas lights work better because of the flexibility and different types of trees, shrubs, bushes and other things you can attach lights to to make a great Christmas scene and...
Great Red Christmas Light Photos
Now you know why red Christmas lights by themselves or blended with other lights can be an effective and strong Christmas decorating strategy.
I've always found that in some part of the house or yard it can be a very effective strategy to use a single-colored set of lights to use on a bush, tree, or part of the exterior of the house to create a visually appealing set of decorations.
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