There’s tons of fun with JellyFish Lighting in the winter! Below are options for preset patterns, but you can also create your own patterns with the JellyFish Designer app.
Custom or preset? Bright white or soft white? Every 4th or 15th? There are so many options with JellyFish Lighting! You can set up one accent lighting pattern to come on every day or set a different accent program for each day of the week. We’ve also got resources for how to pick accent lighting for your home.
Lighting Patterns for Snowy Weather
Shades of blue mixed together with falling snow look amazing. In the Designer app, click the drop-down menu next to Christmas, then hit the Play button for shades of blue winter. You can also try wintergreen and mix blue with green.
Red, White, and Blue Lights for MLK and Presidents Day
In the winter, the 4th of July seems so far away, but you can still show your patriotism on MLK Day and Presidents Day. In the Designer app, try Holidays, then Independence paint (or in legacy numbers 14, 19, 32, 63).
Valentine’s Day Lighting
On February 14th, nothing beats pink, red, and purple! Try patterns Valentine’s Day and Valentine’s purple in the Holiday category or patterns 1, 2, 52, and 53 in the legacy category.
If the winter is starting to be a bit drab, light up the night with all of the main colors cycling through one by one. In the Designer app, select 44 from legacy.
Chinese New Year
Also called the Lunar New Year, Chinese New Year rounds off the holiday season with a gold-and-red snow holiday. Celebration often involves optimism for the new year and giving gifts to others.
The longest night of the year doesn’t have to be dark! Snow colors can light a fire in the dark with dark blueish greens—or turn your whole house into a crimson and green Christmas Tree.
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
We’ve got all kinds of red, green, and white colors for Christmas Day—or spice things up with a blueish-green Northern Lights display. Celebrate with loved ones the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, and the arrival of Saint Nicholas, during one of the biggest religious holidays of the winter season. Merry Christmas!
Another winter holiday beloved by many British Commonwealth, this holiday takes place on December 26th and is usually associated with Christmas holiday colors.
New Year’s Eve
The holiday cheer continues as we turn a page on the calendar. The New Year’s Day celebration in New York is the next biggest holiday during winter break, and you can show your excitement with dazzling gold, silver, and white LEDs!