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Christmas Lights: To Blink or Not to Blink?

May 31st, 2012

For many people, Christmas just isn’t complete without the delicate glow of string lights. Christmas lights help set the stage for either a cozy and romantic mood, or a jovial and cheerful atmosphere. Here’s a guide to help you decide between blinking and steady lighting.

Blinking Lights

Twinkling lights come with light controllers that allow you to control the lighting action and frequency. This type is versatile as it lets you to select from several functions to enhance any mood you want to create. You can choose to have it fade away and light up slowly to have an intimate setting, or put it on fast chase mode for a cheerful and festive party atmosphere.

Steady Lights

As the name suggests, this type of light remains fixed. There are no control fixtures; you just need to plug it in an electrical socket. This is a classic favorite as it emits a soft glow that promotes a warm and comforting feel to the room. It doesn’t take the focus away from the Christmas tree and the rest of your holiday décor, but rather enhances their beauty and splendor.

Feel free to experiment with the lighting design to achieve your desired effect. Fiddle with the controls or combine the two types to make it more personalized. Whichever type or combination you choose, you will surely infuse the rooms with holiday cheer.

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