As the evenings start to get a little darker, we’re getting ready for Autumn! Each year we see new trends for home & garden lights. We’ve put together some of our must-have lighting for this season. We love the versatility of decorative lights so they’ll be sure to carry you through all seasons.
For inside, seed fairy lights add a little extra sparkle and glow around your home. Drape over shelving or entwine around foliage for a warm glow in the evening.
When adding some autumn touches to your home, it couldn’t be easier to transform your space. Our top tip is to make small changes, such as adding a new plant or some indoor fairy lights. Make use of ladders and mirrors to hang your lights and fill those empty spaces.
If you love this look, take the trend outdoors too. Solar powered seed fairy lights blend effortlessly into surrounding foliage and they don’t require mains power so can be placed around your outdoor space with ease. We always love to combine our solar seed lights with candles for the ultimate cosy feels!
To create the ultimate ambiance in your garden this autumn, lighting is a must! As always, outdoor festoon lights are the go to for creating a warm and inviting scene. We love solar lights in the darker months because they light up earlier so you'll have more hours to admire your glowing garden!
Worried about the brightness level with solar festoon lights?
At 1w they are the perfect ambient light. However, on some occasions you may want more light and the easiest way to do this is either double loop your festoons or add another set and double the light! Effort and fuss free yet statement lighting is created along with instant decor. What's not to love?
Brighten up your trees by wrapping fairy lights around them and entwine lights around pergolas to illuminate smaller spaces. Whether you display the lights indoors or out, festoons and fairy lights are always perfect paired together.
Create the perfect setting for outdoor living to make the most of the autumn months with friends and family. The nights may be getting dark earlier but with the right lighting you can still bring the indoors outdoors this season.