So today we’re talking about rope light; for some reason, it’s a product we don’t talk about much but it’s much loved by lots of our customers. So if you’ve always been intrigued by this product, but were never quite sure how to use it, then why not keep scrolling? We’ve collected together some of our favourite ways to use rope light and some of the ways our customers like to use theirs, both inside and outside.
You could easily mistake rope light for an outdoor product as you might have only seen it used outdoor or in a commercial setting, but you’d be wrong. Rope light looks great in your home because of its diversity; it’s a great product to use to accentuate different areas of your home, whether it’s carefully placed around your kitchen cupboards, or simply left under your sofa to add a fun glow. The possibilities really are endless, we’ve even used it for DIYs, as once you’ve added a little heat to the rope you really can bend it into any shape you like.
We love using rope light outdoors, as it’s so hard-wearing, its strong plastic coating means it can withstand even the harshest conditions the British weather can throw at it. It’s great for adding light and definition to flower beds, but we really love to use it as a faux-fire inside chimineas and out of use fire pits.
If you liked any of these ideas, or you’re looking for inspiration on how you can use our other lights, then make sure you follow us on any of our social media accounts for constant updates on how both us and our customers are using our lights. And make sure you tag us so you can inspire us too! In the meantime, here are some more photos of our customers using their rope light.
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