Every year, many people paint displays onto walls and buildings to celebrate the holidays. Unfortunately, once the season is over, the displays are out of place and have to be either repainted over or covered up. Painting the first time around is hard enough work, not to mention messy, but having to do it all over again is a real bummer. It is also a completely unnecessary process because you can use Christmas lights to “paint” your walls.
There are so many different light styles to choose from, such as M5 “mini ice lights”, 5MM “polka dot” lights, rope lights, C6 lights, C7 lights, C9 lights, and G12 “globe lights”. It allots you with a plethora of options to choose from when trying to piece together your ideal light display. There are also a vast array of colors including pure white, warm white, blue, green, purple, pink, red, orange, and yellow. No matter how crazy you may think your idea is, there are plenty of tools available to you to help you piece it together.
In the past, it has been difficult to create displays with lights because there were only incandescent lights and typically you cannot connect more than 3-10 strands together. Using LED lights, however, you can connect many more together. Depending on the type you choose, you can have as many as 125 strands together on one plug. This makes creating large displays infinitely easier.
If you have any questions about ideas or product availability, simply e-mail [email protected] and someone will get back to you. The staff is experienced in lighting projects and someone will definitely be able to assist you. All you need is a basic idea or look you are going for, and they will be able to take it from there. You may be surprised with what you can do with the right items, the proper expertise, and enough time to set it all up.