Decorating with orange LED lights during the last quarter of the year will make you love the color orange. (It’s the new “white” not the new “black” of Christmas lighting! LOL)
Use this incredibly versatile color to decorate your Halloween party, birthday party, or light your Fall Holiday Displays.
Be inspired by a few of these ideas and share your photos!
Decorating Ideas for Orange LED Christmas Lights
Wrap a brown grapevine wreath with orange mini lights – excellent for the Fall season and holidays. Add sprigs of wheat, bolls of cotton, and red berry accents.
Displaying a Fall wreath on your front door? Don’t forget to wind in a string of orange lights!
Kick it up a notch for your next Super Bowl party and decorate the TV room with orange lights – if your favorite team is sporting the color of course! Don’t forget to decorate the food table, too.
Orange lights would look great in a finished basement game room or home theatre.
Halloween, of course!
Halloween wouldn’t be the same without orange lights!
Do it up right this year by decorating your entire yard, house, and porch with lights.
Use orange alongside purple, green, and red.
Wrap the porch banister, outline the doorway, illuminate the shrubs and trees, and perhaps even fill a black cauldron with lights and creepy eyeballs or the like.
The neighbor kids won’t forget your house!
Use Orange for a Ping Pong Ball light string
Harvest Festival Display
Welcome family and friends with a fall harvest display at the end of the driveway or on the front porch. Hay bales, cornstalks, scarecrows, and orange LED lights will look festive and welcoming.
Line the fireplace mantel with orange lights, small gourds and pumpkins, and small jars of candy corns for a festive harvest time decorating theme.
Or animate your fireplace if you aren’t actually using it for wood burning logs!
Turn a ho-hum centerpiece of dried autumn flowers into something gorgeous with the addition of orange mini lights wrapped around the base of the vase or nestled into the flowers.
Fill an empty cornucopia with orange lights and then tuck in a few vegetables or fruits for a nice dining room or windowsill display.
Turn the town square into something special for the Fall Festival. Tie cornstalks to the town gazebo and then wrap with orange lights in honor of celebrating the harvest time. Decorate your fair booth with orange lights to make it stand out from the rest.
Did you know?
Interior decorators utilize shades of orange to energize a space?
See how pops of the pumpkin spice color brighten up these rooms:
The color orange symbolized endurance and strength in the early Christian church.
Orange lights can be used for both residential and commercial applications. There are so many ways to decorate your home inside and out with orange LED Christmas lights, that you’ll look forward to using them every year.