Get This Look: Classic Tudor with C9 LED Christmas Lights

by | Nov 20, 2022

We love this traditional Christmas light installation on a 1930’s Tudor home. Twelve-inch spacing is classic and most often used in commercial installations.

Posted on Instagram, @landparktutor had this to say:

In case you want to do a GTL: It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. We customized classic C9 faceted soft LED lights. This allowed us to connect multiple strands and cut them to perfectly fit our roofline and dormers. We ended up spacing out the bulbs 12” from another for a more historic look.

– @landparktutor

To try this project at your home, start with the following materials.

classic C9 faceted soft LED lights

Warm White C9 LED Lights on Classic Tutor

We love the simple lines of a classic home outlined for Christmas. This guide lists the materials you'll need to recreate this look at home.

Materials
  

Notes

Be sure not to run more than 250 continuous feet of 18 AWG wire, regardless of the type of bulb used. 
Use common sense and best safety practices when installing Christmas lights. 
Tried this project? We'd love to see it.Share your photos! @christmaslightsource or #christmaslightsource on Facebook and Instagram.

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