36 Clever String Light Ideas

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String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comMake a fun chandelier for your patio with a hula hoop and string lights! // Sarah on the Blog

Build these easy DIY lighting stands to hold strands of string lights and add ambiance to any indoor or outdoor party @Remodelaholic

Create your own light stands for string lights, for indoors or out // Petite Modern Life for Remodelaholic

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comAdd a landscaping element along with your lighting with light poles in planters. // City Farmhouse

Original_Charlotte-Jenks-Lewis-outside-garden-party-decor-string-lights_s3x4.jpg.rend.hgtvcom.966.1288Layering different sizes and shapes of string lights along your fence can add more interest and dimension to your lighting. // HGTV

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comCreate a unique, low-light alternative to a lamp for your patio, porch or deck. // All Things Heart and Home

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comSwag lights into a curtain to create a dramatic backdrop. // Kara’s Party Ideas

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comAl fresco dining is made more intimate by stringing lights between  small tree trunks with concrete bases directly over the outdoor table. // The Home Depot Blog

feat DIY easy outdoor string lighting posts around a fire pit and seating area, featured on @Remodelaholic

Set poles in the ground for string lights around a fire pit to create perfect ambiance // featured on Remodelaholic

Nov-5-2013-44-620x929Use a circular base – a hula hoop or metal ring, for instance – and wrap them in your string lights, then hang in a grouping. // Dirt Simple

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comCreate a simple hanging lantern with twine balls and string lights – they’re easy to make and can hang just about anywhere. // Splash of Something

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comAn easy idea for a HUGE effect?  Wrap tree trunks in white lights for ambience and romance. // Ruffled

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comOr, opt for draping lights off of tree branches for a “raining light” effect. // Illuminations Lighting

String lights are an inexpensive way to dress up so many areas in the home. Outdoor, indoor, dress them up and more. 36 Clever Ways to Use String Lights via Remodelaholic.comUpcycle two wire hanging baskets (The kind you use for flowers, like these from Home Depot) into a cute “Fairy Globe.” // From the Blue Shed

11312841-1165637233462750-2148733292629884470-oStretch lights along the top of your fence to define a seating area. // NY Meta

birdcage-outdoor-garden-light-with-warm-white-string-lights-a5-1440x0Fill a decorative bird cage with string lights for a whimsical garden light. // Garden Therapy

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36 Clever String Light Ideas

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