Get This Look: Multicolor Roof and Walkway

by | Nov 7, 2022

This Christmas light display uses classic glass multicolor bulbs installed in commercial C9 Christmas cords. We love the crisp lines along the roof and the curvy accented flowerbeds.

Get This Look: Multicolor Roof and Walkway

Get this Look: Multicolor C9 Glass Bulbs and Cords!

Get This Look: Multicolor Roof and WalkwayShellie Gardner

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Installation Tips
 

  • Make sure to cut spools and bulb wire so that no single circuit is longer than 250 feet. No more than 200 C9 glass bulbs should be plugged into a standard household breaker.
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Get This Look: Multicolor Roof and Walkway

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