Use LED Lights to Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day

Are you trying to plan a Valentine’s Day like no other, one you and your partner can remember for a long time afterward? Try something new by adding a few LED lighting ideas to your night of romance and magic. After all, everyone always says good lighting is one of the best ways to set the mood.

Make a Light-up Scrapbook

If you and your loved one have a lot of pictures together and you’re looking for a way to display them, head over to Pinterest where there are plenty of gorgeous ideas for making light-up scrapbooks. The execution is easy: just arrange your pictures on a heart-shaped board and affix a string of LED lights to the display. Hang it on the wall, plug it in, and watch your significant other’s face light up as they take in all the treasured memories of the two of you together.

Buy Flameless Candles

Candles always add the perfect ambiance to any romantic night, but don’t you hate worrying about whether or not you’ve blown them all out? And for anyone who’s ever had to get wax out of the carpet after knocking one over, they can be more than a pain. This year, buy some LED flameless candles and fill the room with these instead. They add the exact same look to the room as a regular candle does, and some can even be programmed to turn off at a certain time. No muss, no fuss!

Decorate the Outdoors

Don’t just leave all the fun inside your home; when your sweetie pulls up in the driveway, give them a Valentine’s display all the neighbors can see. Most regular home goods or grocery stores have light display options for your yard with a Valentine’s theme, and many of these are LED, such as the lights that project hearts and other designs on the walls of your home.

Go Smart

Smart lighting is the wave of the future, and it’s easy to see why. Certain LED lights can change colors depending on the music you’re listening to and dim with the press of a button. These systems can be pricey, but they completely change the look and feel of a room. If there was a better time to splurge on such an item, it’s hard to think of it, although you can also buy color-changing LED bulbs individually for less than $10 a piece.

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