Wrap up your holiday lighting design in elegance with tree lighting by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville

Tree branches and trunks wrapped in festive lights.

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville creates this stunning effect by wrapping the tree's branches and trunks in festive lights.

Even though the winter weather outside may be frightful, the holiday lights we are beginning to see around town are so delightful. In towns and suburbs all around the country the Christmas rush is on. This includes designing and installing your residential and commercial holiday lighting display in time for the upcoming holiday. Outdoor holiday lighting is an important element of decorating for Christmas. A well decorated home or business is not complete without beautiful Christmas lights. In order to create a cohesive theme or mood  for the holidays it’s important to include outdoor Christmas decorations in the scenario, and the most effective and enchanting way to do this is by adding outdoor Christmas lighting. One facet of outdoor holiday lighting is to decorate select trees within your lawn and landscape to reflect the beauty and spirit of Christmas.

Tree lighting for the holidays by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville

Tree lighting for the holidays by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville.

The origins of the lighted Christmas tree trace back to the 17th century and in 1882 electric lighting was introduced as a viable way to illuminate the interior Xmas tree. The same traditions that make lighting and decorating your interior Christmas tree can carry out to lighting exterior trees for the holidays as well.

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville has been breathing the magic of the holidays into trees all over the Nashville area for over 20 years. One of the most enchanting lighting elements used in  our exterior Christmas tree lighting is called tree wrapping. Wrapping exterior trees with holiday lights adds class and refinement to your landscape during the season and can also create a focal point of interest to your holiday lighting design.

The key to a well-wrapped exterior Christmas tree is based on the same theory used to expertly wrap a holiday gift to place under your tree for the holidays. Careful and even placement of lights, making certain to leave no gaps, or empty spots is crucial in creating the desired effect. In certain circumstances we have  even employed the assistance of a crane to make sure each and every light is wrapped  in perfect precision around the trunk and branches of the tree which you are illuminating.

Christmas lights in large tree

Christmas lights in a singular, large tree wthin the landscape can create an elegant effect

Outdoor holiday tree lighting such as tree wrapping can be used in a variety of presentations. One way to create a dramatic impact is to wrap multiple trees along linear areas of your landscape such as a fence line, or driveway border. The effect of multiple wrapped trees illuminated in perfect unison can result in an enchanting “winter wonderland” effect that will make your guests feel like a kid again. Choosing a single conifer candidate to wrap with lights can also result in a breathtaking effect in your landscape as well. One beautifully lit tree can become the star in your outdoor lighting design, because even with outdoor holiday lighting, less is sometimes more.

John Groce Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Nashville

John Groce Outdoor Lighting Perspectives Nashville

To learn more about exterior holiday tree lighting, including holiday tree wrapping contact Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Nashville. We can help you wrap up your holiday lighting with elegance and class this season. Call us at (615) 373 – 0638 or email us at olpnashville@outdoorlights.com

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