I have to admit I have a fetish for beautiful wreaths, but not just any ole wreath will do. My wreaths have to be all about the WREATH. I’m one of those strange girls that isn’t into all the fancy stuff. Just give me a plain wreath and I’m a happy girl! Below are a few of my favorite wreaths that I use in my home as well as staging of furniture and vignettes.
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What can I say? I love cotton stems any way they come. Cotton stems on wreaths… that’s just like heaven on earth to me. The fluffy billowy cotton nestled into a handy little container. My Grandma picked cotton, so I guess there’s a strong memory with the stories she would tell.
Now this green beauty deserves a special place to hang. How about a little Tuscan Farmhouse style? I use this wreath all over my home and even outdoors on my patio in the warmer months. I simply rinse it off under the sink to remove dust and it’s ready for a new spot inside my home. The color is a subtle faded green that goes well with farmhouse decor.
Magnolia Wreaths also have a fond memory attached. It’s a southern thing! Just look at those majestic leaves.
DIY Dried Okra
Now this one is not the norm, but another unusual wreath that has my heart. A sweet friend brought me some dried okra and suggested I make a wreath out of them. It was super easy! You can read how I created this dried okra wreath ⇒ HERE.
And just check out all the tiny green olives on this wreath. The olives add so much texture!
I’m loving on this White Twisted Vine. Just a subtle hint of white. Almost appears to have a whitewash all over it. Again, you could add your own special touches and really doll it it. Maybe a burlap bow?
Last but not least is the Boxwood. Probably my favorite of all. Especially after trying to make one from real boxwood trimmings. You can see how I did it ⇒ HERE. Sometimes it’s just better to buy the darn thing! The base was created out of pallet wood. Check out this DIY tutorial on how to make your own!
Thanks for hanging out with me today. I hope this has inspired you to use more wreaths in your home decor and designs. Something so simple sure can make a big statement.