Indoor & outdoor LED Christmas lights.
Our range of Christmas lights are perfect for both indoor and outdoor trees and the many different lighting options mean that there is a tree light to match everyone's Christmas vision.
Ready to go Christmas tree lights.
All of our tree lights are ready to go straight out of the box and are available in a range of colours as well as quantities, ranging from 250 to 3000 lights.
960 LED Cluster Christmas Lights (13.9m Lit Length)In Stock & Delivered Within 7 Working Days
720 LED Cluster Christmas Lights (10.4m Lit Length)In Stock & Delivered Within 7 Working Days
480 LED Cluster Christmas Lights (6.9m Lit Length)Pre Order | Estimated Delivery by 10/11/2021
500 LED Compact Cluster Christmas Tree Lights (12.5m Lit Length)From £19.99
In Stock & Delivered Within 7 Working Days
- RRP: £24.99
- Was: £22.99
1000 LED Compact Cluster Christmas Tree Lights (25m Lit Length)In Stock & Delivered Within 7 Working Days
750 LED Compact Cluster Christmas Tree Lights (18.7m Lit Length)In Stock & Delivered Within 7 Working Days
Twinkly 600 Colour Changing LED Smart App Controlled Christmas String Lights (48m Lit Length)Pre Order | Estimated Delivery by 05/11/2021
Twinkly 400 White & Colour Changing LED Smart App Controlled Christmas String Lights (32m Lit Length)£159.99
Pre Order | Estimated Delivery by 05/11/2021
- RRP: £209.99
- Was: £189.99
FAQ's Christmas Tree Lights
A 7ft tree would need around 20 metres of Christmas tree lights. This makes sure you cover everything and you get the look you want for your holiday décor.
As a general rule of thumb, you should have 2.5 metres of lights, or 100 bulbs, per 1 foot of your tree. Here is a quick and handy guide on our recommended length of Christmas tree lights:
- 4 ft -> 10 metres
- 5-6ft -> 15 metres
- 7ft -> 20 metres
- 8ft -> 40 metres
- 9-10ft -> 60 metres
Of course, if you want even more sparkle in your Christmas tree, you can always double up on your lights. Or, you can mix and match string and fairy lights to suit your style.
In summary, we recommend at least 20 metres of Christmas tree lights for a 7ft tree. That said, if you have the space for a larger tree, just add another 5 metres of lights for every extra foot.
LED lights! Thanks to the many innovations in technology, we now enjoy the much better LED (aka light-emitting diode) lights in our everyday lives – and the holidays too!
Why are they the best Christmas lights to put on a tree?
They’re both safe and incredibly efficient and compared to standard lights, LED Christmas lights consume much less energy and last much longer in your home.
And if that wasn’t enough, these Christmas tree lights are super easy to set up and style around your tree and home.
We have a whole collection of LED connectable lights that you can use to light up your home this Christmas season. There’s everything from classic string lights and cluster lights to icicle lights and even meteor shower lights for you to choose from.
Whether you have an indoor or outdoor (or both) Christmas tree, it won’t be complete until you dress it with a set of Christmas lights. They’re the perfect way to give your home that warm and homey Christmas feeling.
Let your creative juices flow and bring in some festive glow into your home with LED Christmas tree lights!
Generally speaking, it’s more efficient to start at the bottom. Working your way up the tree from the base makes it easier for you to space out your Christmas tree lights.
On your way to the top, wrap your LED Christmas lights around every major branch and go from there. Don’t forget to fluff up the branches as you go along.
One nifty trick is to string your LED lights in a zigzag pattern, and doing it section by section. This lets you see right away which parts need some more depth or variety and fix it right away.
To create depth, you should place some of your Christmas tree lights deeper in the tree, closer to the centre, and some more to the front.
For a clean look, hide the connectors deep into the branches by the base. You might even want to use a power strip or two to help you out. That way, there won't be random strings of lights stretching across the room to reach the power socket.
Want to try experimenting a little bit? Experiment with a couple of different lighting schemes until you find one you love. Don’t worry about keeping it uniform all around the tree either. Having mix and match lights will add to the festive cheer of your Christmas tree!
You don’t need to be a professional tree designer to get your Christmas tree ready for the holidays. All you need is a basic understanding of how all the different pieces work, and a couple of expert tips from our decorating pros.
The most important part you need to remember? At the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter if you get the most pristine and immaculately decorated Christmas tree.
As long as you and your family get together and have fun dressing your Christmas tree you’ll end up with a beautiful tree all the same.
- Start with the Christmas tree lights first
- Add Christmas tree garlands
- Hang your ornaments (favourite, larger, then smaller)
- Finish off with your tree topper and festive tree skirt