Make your home twinkle
November 4, 2015 - in Category: We Love
Make your home twinkle by Kiss the Moon

No need to wait until Christmas to break out the fairy lights – nights in are cosier when the lighting is just right. Check out these ideas for clever ways to add a little bit of twinkle to your home all year round.


1. The Wraparound

One minute it’s a step ladder and the next minute it’s an art installation. We think this would look lovely in a dressing room, or propped up beside the bed. For something similar try

Home that twinkle - spotted by Kiss the Moon




2. The Picture Wall

Show off your favourite pics in style. Just choose a wall, zigzag some string lights and go crazy with the clothes pegs. How simple is that? Pick up a pack of clothes pegs for £3 from John Lewis

Home that twinkle - spotted by Kiss the Moon




3. The Light Dome

We love the way wire pin lights old their shape. This cluster of glass domes looks particularly swish but you could get a similar effect by placing them in a glass bowl or a lantern. Check out the range of Naked Wire Lights from Cox & Cox – available as either plug in or battery powered.

Home that twinkle - spotted by Kiss the Moon





4. The Drape

Better than bedside lights and much more flexible. Just add a few hooks to the wall and loop as you fancy. Loop them up high to give directional light when you want to read. If  you want the light down low just pool them on the floor. The look great too don’t you think? Try your hand at making your own origami paper lantern shades by following this guide from

Home that twinkle - spotted by Kiss the Moon





5. The Starry Sky

Now this is what we call a bedroom ceiling. Imagine falling asleep under a starlit canopy of fairy lights. With all the LED’s available these days, this isn’t as tricky at it looks. We love.

Home that twinkle - spotted by Kiss the Moon

  • shancel

    I love the the star sky lights how do I order? And thankyou for my free sample love it x

    • Kiss the Moon

      The are amazing aren’t they? Sadly we don’t know where these exact ones came from but i’m told they are warm coloured LED lights that have been fixed in to a ceiling panel. I believe you can get similar from all the big DIY stores (take the pic to show them and they should be able to point you in the right direction). Then you just need to find something with a bit of patience and a drill! Let us know how you get on. Glad you like the Kiss the Moon sample. x