You can go one of two ways with your holiday lighting design: elegant and eye-catching or gaudy and painful to look at. And everyone knows whom I am talking about with the second option. We all have that one neighbor who just does not seem to know the difference between holiday cheer and a tacky assortment of random Christmas decorations.
When done right, holiday lighting can really make your home come alive during the Christmas season. So trust your lighting to the experts and ensure that you are not the neighbor that everyone complains about.
Landscaping with a seasonal lighting plan: Christmas lights are a seasonal landscaping technique, just like flowerbeds in the spring. Your lighting plan should compliment your landscape, not draw attention away from it. A professional holiday lighting expert will make sure your Christmas lights work to accent the strengths of your home’s exterior and landscaping.
Accenting with Custom Christmas Lights: As we just said, use your holiday lighting to accent unique areas of your landscape.
The Color of your Christmas Lights: The #1 rule when it comes to choosing your lighting color is to not get carries away. Remember, less is sometimes more. Use colors that complement one another.
Avoiding being tacky: There are so many holiday decorations and lights to choose from. It is very easy to go too far. Working with a professional will help you scale down your Christmas decorations into a manageable, elegant display.
If you are interested in a professionally installed holiday lighting display or if you have any questions, contact TLC Incorporated by calling 888-742-5852 or click here today!
For more than 20 years, TLC, Inc has specialized in the planning, installation and maintenance of high-quality commercial and residential Lawn Sprinklers and Irrigation Systems, Lawn Lighting, Outdoor Lighting, Holiday Lighting, as well as Lighting for outdoor features including pools, hot tubs, spas, decks and walkways.
TLC Inc.: A dedicated team of lighting specialists for the Mid-Atlantic Region, including Maryland, Washington D.C. and more.