Konstsmide Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Outdoor Christmas decorations, internally lit by bright LEDs introduce light and interest into your garden, and these traditional characters and animals will give your visitors a particularly sparkling festive welcome.

Created by Andrew Taylor on Monday, 14th of November, 2016.
Updated on Friday, 6th of January, 2017.


Konstsmide are market leaders in outdoor Christmas decorations, and who best to welcome guests than one of their illuminated Santas, always with a smile gleaming from underneath his white beard and carrying a sack of neatly wrapped gifts.

Snowmen can be added to the scene, pictured skiing and sweeping. Colourfully crafted out of highly durable and detailed acrylic, children will adore their bright blue buttons, coal black eyes and a carrot nose. 

Reindeer and Polar Bears

There can't be an animal more associated with this time of the year than the reindeer, as without them no presents would ever be delivered.

There's a superb range to decorate your garden. Expertly modelled, these are fabulous ornaments that will endearingly stand proud in your garden. 

Konstsmide Reindeers and Sledge can glide through your garden or decorate the patio, while Three Reindeer on Sticks with Sleigh come to life with sixty warm white LEDs.

Polar Bears, either sitting or prowling, are another animal we associate with winter and they, together with bright blue and white penguins pictured in a variety of poses, can fill your outside space with dazzling light. 

Wreaths, Path Lights and Lanterns

Wreaths and garlands hang on many people's doors over Christmas and Konstsmide have added warm white lights, that can be either battery or mains powered, to the traditional foliage.

On the path leading to the front door can be solar powered star-shaped lights, blue, white or multi-coloured, each bunch is laden with stars and they shimmer in the darkness where mains power isn't possible.

Hanging lanterns may be placed in trees along the way and Twig Trees, in a variety of styles and sizes, will add light and magic with a glittering framework of twigs and branches.

Create a garden that is full of light this Christmas, there's no reason not to with this marvellous choice of outdoor Christmas decorations that shimmer with LED brilliance.  

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