13 magical ways to use fairy lights in your garden

These easy fairy light suggestions create a wonderful ambience and atmosphere in any garden.

In the trees
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COURTESY OF STEPHANIE LYNN

Is there anything more soothing than a hammock gently swinging under the trees? This easy-to-pull-off setup is guaranteed to be your favourite spot to relax.

Get the tutorial at By Stephanie Lynn.

Above a porch
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MAX KIM-BEE

Fairy lights are an easy, affordable way to turn your porch or balcony into an enchanting oasis. Let them drape from the ceiling or hang them from a wall.

On a garden pergola
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COURTESY OF KOJO DESIGNS

Use three vintage ladders to construct this sweet, mini pergola, a perfect place to hang lights or use as a backdrop for photos.

Get the tutorial at Kojo Designs.

READ MORE: 6 garden plants that double up as miracle health benefits

Light up your trees
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COURTESY OF STEPHEN MICHAEL PHOTOGRAPHY, KANSAS CITY

Create a romantic spot by twisting a string of white lights around a cluster of trees in your garden. Not only will this create an enchanting place to sit in the evenings, but it will be charming to look at from inside your home.

See more at Steven Michael Photography.

Make your own chandelier
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COURTESY OF ALL THINGS HEART AND HOME

Grapevine balls, white lights, twine, and a branch turn into an easy-to-make, rustic chandelier you can hang from a porch or patio.

Get the tutorial at All Things Heart and Home.

Rustic overhang
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HOME DEPOT

Make these DIY fairy light poles to create a simple overhang for your garden picnic table.

Get the tutorial at Home Depot.

Go overboard
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COURTESY OF 25 MAIN STREET

If you’re planning to go all out for a special summer party, opt for a more extravagant look by hanging dozens of lights on a patio or porch’s ceiling.

See more at 25 Main Street.

Add colour
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TERRAIN

Mix fairy lights with colourful bunting.

See more at Terrain.

Stargazer chandelier
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TERRAIN

This garden accessory combines a rustic moss wreath with cascading lights, creating an instantly romantic ambience.

See more at Terrain.

DIY “Texas Lamp Post”
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COURTESY OF I SHOULD BE MOPPING THE FLOOR

A term made up by blogger Kristi, “Texas Lamp Posts” can create the feeling of an outdoor room, especially when vintage lights are added.

 

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