Christmas Ornaments and Christmas Lights Guide | Christmas Tree Market Blog

Set the Perfect Mix of Ornaments and Lighting for your Christmas Tree

December 5th, 2013

Decorating your Christmas tree this season can be quick and easy with some Christmas tree decorating basics! If you’re wondering how many Christmas decorations and Christmas lights you’ll need, here’s a handy chart that will help you strike a balance between ornaments and lights for a charming and bountiful Christmas tree!

Christmas Lights Guide

 

White Christmas tree with clear lights and silver and white ornaments
Our white Christmas tree with clear lights

 

Check out this table to find out how many Christmas lights you’ll need to buy for your tree!

 

how many lights per tree - Christmas lights guide table

 

Christmas Ornaments Guide

 

Green Christmas tree with red berries, clay ornaments, and clear lights
Our green Christmas tree decorated with a handful of ornaments

 

Some people think that one can never have enough ornaments on the tree. But to maximize your tree’s beauty and aesthetics, we’ve come up with a simple guide:

 

how many ornaments per tree - Christmas ornaments guide table

 

There you have it! Now, you don’t have to guess the right amount of lights and ornaments for the ideal Christmas tree this season!

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Photo by Oz Nakayama and Jennifer Lutz

About

Jennifer Lutz is a design and decorating enthusiast who has over a decade of experience staging professional home décor photo shoots. Her expertise also includes home design for special events such as holiday gatherings and family celebrations. She collaborates with clients and other design professionals to transform ordinary rooms into stunning spaces.

A mother of four lively children, she has quickly become a shortcut guru, making each holiday (Christmas in particular) a special, memory-filled event while staying within a budget and balancing a very full life. How does she do it? With creative, affordable, quick and easy projects for the holidays and the home.

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