Create a magical outdoor feature by stringing fairy lights along a metal frame to create a sculptural outdoor Christmas tree. No other decorations required.
Create a cosy outdoor seating spot by stringing up traditional metal lanterns on a verandah or decking area and filling them with twinkling candles. Warm blankets essential!
Lining a footpath with lanterns is a classic styling trick, but add some slim white candles and you’ll be transported back to a different era.
Welcome guests with a traditional wreath on your front door and scatter pin lights through it for extra sparkle.
Outdoor lighting can create a magical atmosphere, especially when lanterns are grouped together. Get this look by clustering lights together and creating a focal point underneath.
Why not go all out and create a twinkling footpath by lining the approach to your home with chunky church candles and glass lanterns. Team with tiny fairy lights to ensure Father Christmas doesn’t miss your house.
Get Scandi style by hanging up pretty white votive holders outside your home. Team with branches of winter greens and whitewashed furniture to keep the look fresh and bright.
Light the way to your Christmas party with bright paper lanterns. These work best on snow-laden boughs so keep your fingers crossed for a white Christmas.
Do you have a flair for the dramatic and lots of spare time? If so try this design idea – string hundreds of tiny outdoor lights in the branches of the trees leading up to your house to create a twinkling wonderland.
Get rustic woodland style this Christmas by wrapping tiny fairy lights around wooden branches and adding decorations in natural materials.