Collection: Fairy Lights

Discover our twinkly unusual LED string fairy lights that will bring a warm glow to your home and garden all year. Shop all of our fairy lights here or if you are looking for some more specific, use the links below:

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How to use fairy lights around your home.

10 different ways to use fairy lights around your home to create a warm glow all year.


Find the perfect fairy string lighting for your home

Create a warm and inviting space within your home using our beautiful range of LED fairy lights, including everything from classic white, coloured confetti, copper wire and fun pom pom twinkly lights.

FAQ-Fairy Lights

How do you hang fairy lights indoors?

You can use tacks to attach them around a mirror, a picture or a mantlepiece. If you want to hang them along a wall or above bi-fold doors then you can use clear hooks that stick to a wall wherever you need them. You can also wrap them around a bed or bannister.

Do fairy lights use a lot of electricity?

The average home has their fairy lights on for six hours per day from when it gets dark until when they go to bed. If your lights were left on for six hours a day, with the electricity unit price now at 34p per kWh, that means the daily cost to run Christmas lights would be 16p per day. This means that for a month, it would cost £4.89 to run Christmas lights for six hours per day.

What is the difference between LED lights and fairy lights?

LED lights are very similar to traditional fairy lights except that they do not have a filament inside the bulb that can burn out and make the set redundant. The main benefit of LED lights is that they are hard-wearing and they don’t get hot.


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