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Spring has officially arrived and that means it's time to get in shape! Now don't start dusting off those old workout videos, today we're talking about patio string lights! From straight lines to scallops, string lights can take on many different shapes and almost any of these will work in the area you are looking to illuminate.
But, before you begin hanging patio lights, it is helpful to determine the best way to utilize the space you have in order to get the most out of your outdoor lighting project. Pattern Perfection Pro Tip: Hang light strings closer together to create a canopy of stars that covers the entire space. If you have one or two very long light strings and an area that is more long and narrow, consider spacing each section farther apart to cover a greater distance with less strings.
For even brighter illumination, consider wrapping surrounding trees with mini lights! X marks the spot! You can crisscross light strings across any space to make an X pattern, and this design works especially well in wide spaces or areas that are square shaped. If you have multiple light strings, hang several X's in a row to create a diamond pattern. The result is a light display that appears intricate but is actually incredibly easy to achieve! Maybe you love checkers or maybe you're a fan of clean lines, but either way this lighting pattern is nothing short of perfection! For this patio string lights design, symmetry takes center stage.
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