Lighting does more for the decor and feel of the room than you might think. You can illuminate certain interior details a little more with the help of spotlights, or dim the ceiling lighting for a cosier feeling. One type of lighting that is often forgotten are the string lights, a lighting category that perhaps does more for the interior than anything else. The possibilities with string lights are endless, and today interior design magazines and inspiration websites are flooded with these miniature lights. You can hang string lights with small lamps on the ceiling over the bed to create a starry sky, hang those with larger lamps outside on the balcony or create a curtain of light on a wall.
To find the perfect outdoor lights can be difficult. The lighting must be weather and wind resistant and provide the right type of illumination. However, the biggest problem with outdoor lighting is how to attach it, as there is often no ceiling to hang a ceiling lamp on. This is where the string lights come in. As you can attach them to trees, between poles or gutters, they work extremely well as outdoor lighting. Also, they provide moderate light that can easily be adapted by changing light bulbs based on your needs and taste.
Neon-coloured string lights are incredibly popular in children's and teenagers' rooms. They are easy to attach in the desired shape, and they are available in many different colours. String lights emit just the right amount of light, which makes them perfect nightlights for smaller children. In the garden, as a door wreath decoration, or as a guide in tight wardrobes – string lights are an all-round solution, and the sky is the limit!