Our Color Options

There is a lot that goes into designing great looking lighting decor. But the color scheme is important for setting the mood and matching to any kind of theme you’re trying to create (Christmas, Winter, Celebration, etc.).

We love working with our customers’ designs, helping them bring them to fruition. We’re always amazed at the great ideas our clients come up with. Here are the basic lighting color options that we work with.
Colours are subject to availability and can change throughout the season. Please feel free to reach out to our team for our up to date colour options.




Winter White – 4300-4600k

As white as it gets. Bring a chilly, wintery feel to your holiday.

Warm Clear – 3200-3500k

Not as yellow as incandescent, but still warm and classic.



Rich and vibrant, like that famous reindeer, what was his name again?



Toasted orange color that is sure to make your neighbors jealous.


Bright, pure and clean color just perfect for that special occasion.


Fresh cut grass and finely wrapped presents, this green looks great.


Looking for something different? Our blue is spectacular to see in person.


Most don’t lean toward purple, but once you see it, it may just be your new favorite color.


Cotton candy, bubble gum, lemonade, flowers, summer dresses; everything looks prettier in pink!


Add a touch of class with this elegant and popular color based off of the popular French wine. This colour is available in mini lights only.

Multi– RBYAG

Why settle for just one color when you can have them all?

Candy Cane- RWC

Memories of Christmas with alternating red and warm-clear colors.

Peppermint- RWW

Fresh, minty swirls of alternating red and winter-white.

Winter Frost- BWF

Vivid blue and winter-white & every 3rd bulb being frosted looks amazing.

Christmas- RGWW

Scream Christmas this year with the brilliant red, green, and warm white.

Poppy- AWCF

Fall is better with warm and inviting colors like amber, warm-clear, and frost.

Twinkle- WW

Crisp winter-white with every 5th bulb twinkle to add that extra pop.