Christmas Lights, Trees and Decorations

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Spread the Christmas spirit with our range of Christmas lights, trees and decorations.

This is our home of all things Christmas; including all of the inspiration you’ll need to make your Christmas lights display dazzle in 2019. We have an extensive range of all things Christmas lights, whether it’s indoor Christmas lights or outdoor Christmas lights. We’re also delighted to offer a selection of artificial Christmas trees (including pre-lit trees) and our biggest-ever range of Christmas decorations too.

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Outdoor Christmas Lights
Indoor Christmas Lights
Christmas Decorations
Christmas Trees

Outdoor Christmas Lights

Outdoor Tree Lights
Silhouettes
Christmas Figures
Icicle Lights
Christmas Festoons
Lasers & Projectors
Christmas Net Lights
Christmas Curtain Lights

Indoor Christmas Lights

Christmas Tree Lights
Twinkly
Christmas Fairy Lights
Christmas Candles
Hanging Christmas Lights
Cluster Lights

Christmas Decorations

Christmas Baubles
Wreaths
Tree Decorations
Garlands
Christmas Tree Toppers
Christmas Stockings & Sacks
Christmas Tree Skirts
Christmas Tinsel
What are Christmas lights?

What are Christmas Lights?

Christmas lights are decorative lights used in the celebration of Christmas during the festive period. They come in a variety of colours and lengths, and can be used either indoors or outdoors to decorate the house and garden, and for large seasonal displays at Christmas time.

2019 Christmas Décor Trends

2019 Christmas lights and decor trends have taken a step into the future this year. We’re proud to be exclusive sellers of the full 2nd Generation Twinkly Light range - controlled by an app on your smartphone, tablet or even by your smart speaker. These allow you to create your own colour scheme and lighting displays. All of our lights contain energy saving, safe LEDs too, that can safely be hung on artificial trees or real trees without the risk of getting too hot, whilst saving you money at the same time compared to traditional filament lights.

If you’re seeking a more minimalistic look, why not opt for a completely white trend, keeping things bright, simple and impactful. Rainbow decor, in contrast, is also hot in 2019; why not try mixing different colours of Christmas fairy lighting around the tree and using brightly coloured baubles and tinsel.

Christmas Lights and the Celebration of Christmas

Christmas is now arguably as much a cultural celebration as it is a religious one. Some traditions are still very much tied to the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ though, including the practice of putting up Christmas lights and decorations. Originally these were mostly based around the nativity, but more recent practices are often more generic, though red, gold and green are still the most common colours at Christmas, and these do have religious significance. Nowadays it’s hard to imagine a Christmas without wreaths and garlands, twinkling fairy lights and depictions of Santa, snowmen and reindeer. Lights have moved from the living room throughout the house and are increasingly used, along with various decorations, outdoors. Christmas trees became commonplace sometime in the 19th Century and it’s now rare to find a home without one.