1. Window of wonder
For just a smidge of Christmassy cheer, turn the front window of your home into a street-facing display. Simply place light-up decos in your front window on each side of your well-lit Christmas tree. If not, a garland of artificial greenery intertwined with exterior fairy lights is just the trick for framing your windows. Especially when your indoor Christmas tree is on display through the window, too!
2. Glittering garden
If you have a hedge or row of trees in your front yard, make them a festive feature by weaving lights among the branches. Or try making this DIY outdoor light balls with just a few Bunnings products.
3. Twinkling beauty
Get creative! Interior designer Sarah Pickersgill Brown designed this gorgeous decorative branch that makes a beautiful outdoor dining centrepiece.
4. Small touches
If you have a table on your porch, create a welcoming scene with a mix of mini light-up Christmas trees and light-up candles.
5. Light it up
To take your home to star attraction status, consider decking out the façade and yard with lights in a warm-white scheme. Here, a mix of fairy lights and stake lights are used to bring all-round Christmas cheer and frame the yard, too.
6. Summer wonderland
While it may not snow in Australia for Christmas, you can mimic the charming look with lights. Icicle lights give this home the look of a frosty wonderland.
7. Bring the tree outside
Why not set up a few Christmas trees on your lawn or in your outdoor undercover area? A mix of small and large ones look great!
8. Wow factor
Define the edges of your home and garden with fairy and rope lights, then add characters into the scene, such as reindeer, snowmen and more.
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