Wreath Round Up


Probably my favorite Christmas decorations (other than the tree of course!) are just simple wreaths.  I wish I could get my act together to actually try making a wreath sometime, but so far my wreaths just come from the local Christmas tree stand.  (If you're in Charlotte, King's Drive farmers market has a really nice selection.)  Here's a round up of our favorite looks!

Top left:  Love this Olive Branch Wreath from Terrain.  It's not something you see all the time, and it's natural and earthy.  I love Bay Leaf wreaths too, and this Bay Leaf wreath from Emma Makes Blog looks simple enough to make sometime. 

Top Right:  Nothing more classic or simple than a red bow on a Frasier Fur wreath.  I'll never get tired of this look, or the beautiful blue and white ceramics that they've paired with it!

Middle Left:  I love this look with all of the ribbons for something different than your standard bow.  It looks casual and unfussy, and it's a great way to tie in lots of different colors.

Middle Right:  Loving this little square boxwood wreath from West Elm.  It's modern and chic and really doesn't need a bow.  If you're interested, grab one of these soon because last year they sold out when I went to grab one.  West Elm also has round boxwood wreaths if you want something more traditional.  (Also, check Trader Joes for really inexpensive boxwoods!)

Bottom Left:  If you want something that's not so plain Jane, this Silver Bells Wreath from Terrain is really elegant.  If you're using it inside, you could even add a few silver, gold or mercury glass ornaments to the wreath.

Bottom Right:  Love this earthy look with wreaths that are a little less kept, a little more wild.  This cranberry wreath from Etsy, and group of simple wreaths also have a really earthy feel if that's the look your aiming for. 

~Mary Keller


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