All Is Bright - 10 Christmas-Themed Indoor Decoration Ideas with String Lights

With Christmas just around the corner, we see more and more beautiful holiday lights everywhere we go. How to bring those festive lights into our homes aside from the Christmas trees, wreaths, and/or garlands that you may already have? String lights! Better yet, since we are so close to December 25th already, you can probably find good discounts on them soon, which makes now the best time to shop for string lights if you don't have them yet (or need more of them). There is no such thing as too many string lights since there is so much you can with these amazing little things! Read on to get inspirations on the creative ways you can shine bright this Christmas with your own personal twinkle lights at home! (Cover Photo Source: Nong Vang)


Nothing says holidays like pretty lights do. So, let the unruly wire lights climb freely on any wall to brighten up your holidays!

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String lights can be easily incorporated into your alternative Christmas tree.

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And your advent calendars, of course!

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Impress your dinner guests with the ambiance of these bright string lights!

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Or, add your micro-lights to botanical garlands to create this delicate fresh look!

LED Cluster String Lights, from $21.90 on


This all-time-favourite fairy lights in a glass bell display is oh-so-festive!

LED Waterproof Copper Wire String Light
, from $8.90 on


Family photos are often involved when people gather to celebrate over the holidays. Fairy lights will make your temporary photo wall display better & dreamier.

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String lights around the window warms up the wintry view and gives the room its much-needed brightness since the sun sets so early in the winter.

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String lights by a mirror is double the shiny coziness!

Star String Light
, $17.77 on


Make your one-of-a-kind string lights with used coffee capsules! Learn this ingenious DIY upcycling idea from its creator Lady Stil.

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