People spend so much time and money on home decor. Accent pieces are always important when you’re trying to make your house a home, but all those pieces add up over time and they can cost you a small fortune. What many people don’t realize is that there are some things you can do without spending much money, but they have a huge impact on the look of your house or apartment. Lighting is overlooked by so many people, but one tiny purchase will get your creative juices flowing and have you creating incredible lighting effects in your home in no time. Check out the Alanda 16.4 ft Waterproof RGB LED Rope Light, which can be installed almost anywhere and is currently discounted on Amazon.
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- [High Quality] Super bright SMD5050 RGB LED Strip Light, and total 300 LEDs for 16.4ft, waterproof IP65, high intensity and reliability; more than 80,000 hours long lifespan, suitable for indoor outdoor lighting and decor.
- [Multi Function] Various color and pattern options, not only RGB (red, green, blue), but 44Key remote control to create your preference through DIY selection with the patterns of quick, slow, flash, auto and etc.
- [Free DIY] LED strip light, cuttable and connectable, marks between every 3 LEDs without damaging the rest strip. Adhesive backing tape for secure and easy application to most surfaces. Save effort and cost.
- [Eco-friendly] Low Consumption with 4 Watts per foot, makes it perfect to save energy. No mercury, UV, IR or other deleterious radiation. Designed to gradually dissipate heat, making it touchable and safe.
- [Lifetime Guarantee] What we care about most is your 100% satisfactions. Please contact us freely at firstname.lastname@example.org if any problem occurs whatsoever by refunding all your money or replacing it with a new one.
Toss in a TP-Link Smart Plug and you’ll be able to control this awesome strip light using Alexa!
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