Six Of The Best: Christmas Lights

26/11/2010 22:37 | Updated 22 May 2015
They're the running joke of most people's Christmas decorating efforts – will they work or won't they? Fingers crossed they will, but if your fairy lights have fallen foul of the tangled mess that is last year's decorations box, then don't despair – it may all be for a reason. There are some fabulous new options out there and here are six of the best:
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Six of the best: Christmas lights

These fantastically colourful cotton ball lights will bring a smile to your face and a lovely warm glow to your Christmas celebrations.

Cotton Ball Fairy Lights, £38 at notonthehighstreet.com.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

Is it a Christmas tree or are they fairy lights? Both. No untangling required and no falling pine needles to deal with – job done.

Natale 96 bulb flat tree, £40 at Habitat.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

These Morrocan-style lanterns will create a warm and cosy feel whatever the Christmas weather gods decide to throw at us.

Marq metal decoration 28 indoor light garland, £35 at Heal's.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

Great as a festive work of art over the fireplace or for lighting up the night outdoors, light silhouettes are everywhere this year. We love the cheeriness of this Ho Ho Ho design but you may prefer a pair of kissing reindeer...also available at B&Q.

Multi-coloured Ho Ho Ho rope light silhouette, £29.98 at B&Q.

Multi-coloured Ho Ho Ho rope light silhouette, £29.98 at B&Q.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

Simple and elegant, these sculptural lights will create a great first festive impression grouped beside your front door.

Set of 3 LED cone trees, £75 at Marks & Spencer.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

It's not what you have, it's what you do with it. All it takes is a little imagination and some relatively strong adhesive and you can create your own light installation this Christmas.

Berrie 50 mini bulb garland – shown arranged as a snowman, £15 at Habitat.

Six of the best: Christmas lights

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