25 Inspiring Home Christmas Light DisplaysJacinda
Whether you’ve already strung up the lights, or are putting it off for one more day, these 25 inspiring home Christmas light displays are a burst of merry inspiration. As a kid we had a pretty basic light display on our house, but I can definitely remember looking forward to those certain houses down the street that were all decked out. These houses around the world have a wide range of ways to display their Christmas cheer. There’s even a house in France where they have hung real Christmas trees from the windows.
Check out the 25 inspiring home christmas light displays here…
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In the Neighborhood 2 of 26
Get the neighbors in on the decorating fun.
Photo credit:Jim Henderson.
Town Landmark 3 of 26
Put up a fun light display every year.
Fairlie Park, Ringwood 4 of 26
Use the light display to give back. Year after year the residents of Ringwood decorate their houses and donate the money raised from visitors to local charities.
Photo credit:Jim Champion.
34th Street Maryland 5 of 26
Here's a festive way to be inspired to decorate, with a little bit of everything.
Landkeris Neinburg, Lower Saxony 6 of 26
Go all out and decorate the bushes, as well as string lights down from the chimney.
Twinkling House 7 of 26
Create an entire village of reindeer around your home.
Photo credit:David Ayrton.
Furrlongs, Newport 8 of 26
Don't just stop at the front of the house, add lights all the way around.
Dutchess Country, New York 9 of 26
A classic white Christmas light display never looked so good.
Photo credit:Julia Colton.
Eastern Cape, South Africa 10 of 26
Icicle lights give this house the winter wonderland feel.
Photo credit:NJR ZA.
Our Home 11 of 26
Just try to start counting all the individual lights.
Saugus, Massachusetts 12 of 26
Set up a Christmas tree lot with lights.
Wells, Somerset, England 13 of 26
Let it snow, let it snow with a stunning spectacle such as this. Check out the adorable polar bears and penguins.
Wollongong, NSW, Australia 14 of 26
Spell out words to celebrate the holidays with rope lights.
Trees & Snowman 15 of 26
Minimal is still very beautiful with these trees without leaves.
Photo credit:Mike Spasoff.
Boston, Massachusetts 16 of 26
Here's a house where almost every little inch is covered in lights.
Photo credit:Daniel P. B. Smith .
Wollongong Suburbs 17 of 26
From carolers to rocking horses and shooting stars, this house has it all.
Harahan, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana 18 of 26
Use lights to outline your lawn.
Photo credit:Information of New Orleans .
Ryde, Isle of Wright 19 of 26
Go for a dark and moody look with deep blue lights.
Broughton 20 of 26
Have fun with the lights and create silly scenes like bicycle riders on the roof and Santa coming out the window.
Photo credit:John S Turner.
Haughton, Staffordshire 21 of 26
Go crazy and put characters everywhere like this house.
Photo credit:Laura Ganderton.
French Quarter, New Orleans 22 of 26
Make the house glow with green and red lights.
Photo credit:Ben Grogan.
Urbana, Illionois 23 of 26
This is a sweetly lit house that has a minimal, yet eye-catching amount of lights.
Photo credit:Daniel Schwen.
Friends Road 24 of 26
Keep adding on the lights until you hardly see the house.
Photo credit:Katy Walters.
Illinois 25 of 26
Take advantage of the corner lot and cover the house in lights all around.
Photo credit:Daniel Schwen.
France 26 of 26
This house went as far as to hang Christmas trees from the windows.
Photo via: Wikimedia Commons.
Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.