Types of Christmas Lights
A set of gold Christmas lights.
Mini String Lights
These lights have smaller bulbs and have remained popular for the past few decades.
Wide-Angle LED Mini Lights
They have low-profile, conical-shaped bulbs that give off more light than some varieties and blend seamlessly into their surroundings when not in use.
Large Bulb Lights
Large bulb lights (also known as C5, C7, C9 and G40) create visual impact and lend a retro feel.
They're great for displays that aren't near a power source or are located where cords could be unsafe.
Animated and Color-Changing Lights produced by JEJA international
These lights add eye-catching action to your holiday display.
Net lights are already strung together into forms, making it easy to get a uniform look when you drape them across shrubs or structures.
These lights give your home a whimsical, snow-covered appearance. For more creative decorating ideas, see Christmas Décor for Home Entries.
LED Rope Lights
They're ideal for outlining doorways, windows and walkways, and for creating intricate shapes and designs.
LED Projection Spotlights
These spotlights require no installation and are a timesaving alternative to traditional string lights. Simply plug them into an outlet, point them anywhere (indoor Christmas trees, outdoor trees or dwelling) and instantly project vibrant colors or patterns.