Red and White Christmas Displays

by | Nov 12, 2022

.We’ve seen that the trend to decorate with alternating red and white bulbs – both LED and Glass – continues for the 2022 season.

We love the flexibility that separately purchasing allows. We also love all the patterns that can be created. Red, white. Red, red, white. Red, red, white, white. (You get the picture!)

Here are a few of our favorite Get this Look houses that use alternated red and white bulbs. Each post includes a photo and a materials list to use as a starting point for your project. Be sure to add 10% to your length estimate to allow for a margin of error.

Having an extra box or two of glass bulbs is handy to account for breakage during installation and unexpected hail storms.

Add a pop of another color as an accent!

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