What if Christmas lights and outdoor lighting worked like mood rings. Wouldn’t it be funny, yet awesome at the same time. You’d know which neighbors were having a good day, and looking for company. You’d also know which houses to stay away from. Let’s imagine together… what if your Christmas lights could turn colors based on your mood….
Red Christmas Lights
A house turns red and shows everyone the party has started! Homeowners open their doors, as the bright red colors indicate that everyone is excited and adventurous!
Green Christmas Lights
When the house turns green, we know that everyone is even-keel and having an average day. Nothing big happening here, everything is status-quo.
Blue Christmas Lights
As anyone’s 8-year-old self remembers, blue was the color of love. Slip that ring on, it turns blue, and then someone’s cheeks turn red. When the house turns blue, there’s some family love going around.
Brown Christmas Lights
Restlessness. When the house gives off a brown glow, you know your neighbors are itching to move, change jobs, or even just get out of the house and have a good time! If your house has turned red, invite them over!
Black = No Christmas Lights
A house without any lights would make for a very black sky nearby. The neighbors may be stressed, nervous and tense. When your neighbors face the doom-and-gloom black sky, recognize that the holidays may stress them out, and hope that their mood changes soon!