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Christmas Tree Lights

Updated on August 24, 2015

Wonder of 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 Christmas lights - both blinking and non-blinking - as a foundation, and then add other varieties to really make it stand out. For example, some years I'll include Christmas bubble lights as part of the Christmas tree lights, or some other lights that are unique, like blinking music lights and other such fun stuff.

You have to be careful not to overdue it, but when done in the right way it really captures the attention of visitors, and brings great delight and enjoyment to everyone who sees them.

With that in mind, I've put together some photos you can look at of a variety of Christmas trees with different light themes to give you some ideas that would inspire and generate some thoughts for your Christmas tree lights.

There are also included some shots of Christmas trees from around the world, including some national trees.

Great Outdoor Christmas Tree Lights

This is a pretty dazzling photo of a large outdoor Christmas tree, obviously meant for the general public. Even so, it's a great tree and light theme I really enjoy. It looks like it's bursting with fire.

Unique Christmas Tree from Dubai

This particular and unusual Christmas tree was taken in a Dubai mall and is very interesting and different from most. The mixture of yellow lights and the reddish hues accompanying the tree are pretty neat looking.

Christmas Tree in Dubai

Home Christmas Tree Lights and Decorations

I wasn't going to leave out what most of us feel are a traditional looking Christmas tree with lights and decorations, and the one below fits that perfectly. The variety of lights and decorations reminds us of ways we decorate our trees.

The one below the first Christmas tree photo is also traditional and interesting. It was included in the mix because of the reflection behind in the window which shows the lights primarily without the rest. Nice! Oh, by the way, do you know what the decorations on the second tree below are? They are Mountain Dew cans. Take a second look to see. That's why the tree is so shiny up front and hard to see.

For the third photo down I enjoyed how the ribbons flow down the tree in the midst of the lights, and how those lights reflect off the shiny floor. Great look.

Traditional Christmas tree lights and decorations

Christmas Tree Decorated with Mountain Dew Cans

Christmas Tree Decorated with Colorful Lights and Ribbons

Christmas Tree at U.S. Capital

This is a recent Christmas tree placed at the U.S. capital. It's always amazing the number of lights and decorations used to fill these always huge trees.

A picture really doesn't do justice to how wide and tall this Christmas tree is. I've wondered sometimes how many individual decorations are put on this tree. I bet no one knows.

Christmas Tree at Capital

Australian Christmas Tree Lights

This Christmas tree and its lights belongs to Australia, and it's estimated that over 4 million Australians and/or visitors come to visit the newly chosen tree every year. I like those huge strands of yellow garland wrapped around the tree.

Australian Christmas Tree

Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lights

Here is another famous Christmas tree site which is filled with a new tree every year; the one at Rockefeller. This one is includes tons of Christmas tree lights.

Huge Christmas Tree and Lights on Italian Hillside

Now here is a giant Christmas tree with even bigger Christmas tree lights. A favorite attraction of many who visit Italy - or reside there - who love to see the huge Christmas tree spectacle. Amazing!

Giant Hillside Christmas Tree Lights in Italy

Favorite Christmas Tree Lights

After all those monster Christmas trees and Christmas tree lights, you would think I would pick one of them as my favorite. No way!. Below, with this fantastic outdoor Christmas tree covered with snow with the lights barely perceptible, is my favorite of all of the Christmas trees in this article. My only wish was that the photo had been taken at nighttime. That would have been an awesome display of Christmas tree lights reflecting on the snow on the tree.

What frigid part of the world is this tree located in? I'm not kidding when I say this is a photo of Christmas tree lights in England when they experienced a rare snow fall.

Great Outdoor Christmas Tree and Christmas Tree Lights

Extraordinary Christmas Tree Lights

Wasn't that a great group of Christmas trees and Christmas tree lights? I like everyone of them, even those, like the one in Italy, which was only the form of a tree and not a real Christmas tree or lights at all.

There should be plenty of ideas here for you if you lack any for different Christmas tree light looks this year.


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    • krista.zamora1980 profile image


      9 years ago from New York, New York

      nice pictures and info!!! keep it up!

    • nikki1 profile image


      9 years ago

      cool hub/ thanx for sharing..


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