How to Hang Christmas Lights in Bedroom

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Let your bedroom radiate Christmas glow this holiday by adorning it with beautiful Christmas lights in innovative and unique manner. With countless variations in bedroom decor, every single bedroom can be decorated in a different and specialized manner. Some great ideas on how to hang Christmas lights in bedroom are shared below.

Christmas Headboard Lighting Ideas

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You can go with this simple but impactful design idea. All it needs is a wooden frame having as many panels as you need, filled with white festive lights, covered with translucent polycarbonate sheet. When fixed on top of your bed, it looks like an extended headboard brightened amazingly.

Christmas lights

If you have a top arched high headboard, you can simply twist a strand of yellow Christmas lights through the arch to create a magnificent Christmas ambience in your bedroom.

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This is how can add Christmas touch to a simple wooden headboard with fairy lights, just running a strand through the top of the headboard.

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Yet another simple and minimalist, but splendid way of adding Christmas joys to your bedroom.

Curtained Christmas Lighting Ideas

You won’t believe the awesomeness added to your Christmas themed bedroom with something as simple as net curtains and a few strands of differently coloured Christmas lights.

Christmas lights

Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights

Christmas lights

Canopy Themed Christmas Lighting

If you really want the onlookers to gasp with joy and amazement, canopy themed Christmas lighting is the way to go. There can be so many variations depending on your personal preferences, size of the room, colour theme of the room and so forth.

Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights

Christmas Lights

Conclusion

There are no bounds to your imagination and so there are no defined ways of how to hang Christmas lights in bedroom. However, you can take inspiration from as many ideas as come your way to add colour, life and light to your Christmas joys.

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