During the holidays, ornate wreaths with embellishments such as red bows and berries brighten doors and invite visitors. But decorating your home with a garland need not be only for the holidays.
If you choose a suitable design of floral wreaths, this décor can be a fantastic way to decorate your home year-round. But remember that you must select the right style to complement your interiors and hang it on the right spot.
Wreaths come in a wide range of materials; therefore, there is bound to be a piece that will work for your home. Wreath designs for the holidays are the most common type and feature evergreen branches with pinecones, ribbon, holly, and berry embellishments. But other seasonal wreaths incorporate flowers, leaves, or fruit to create the right atmosphere.
You can create unique treats for your wall. Floral wreaths are ideal for everyday wall decorations and come in year-round varieties. But if you enjoy doing DIY projects, you can make your wreath utilizing materials from the craft store. Some wreaths can even be made from upcycled materials for a handcrafted and eco-friendly look.
While there are numerous wreaths, you should select the right one for your home décor. For a classically-styled home, a floral wreath is the best. You can choose a wreath with flowers in colors that match the rest of your room. In homes with country décor, choosing a floral wreath with embellishments like apples and other fruits is recommended for an old-world charm that fits the rest of your interiors.
But for homes with modern style, this type of design may look out of place. Instead, opt for wreaths made of unusual materials like paper, PVC pipes, and metal to give it an artsy and contemporary style.
There are plenty of areas inside your home that can be improved with a decorative wreath. One of the ideal places to have your wreath is above the fireplace. Regardless of whether you are hanging a seasonal wreath interwoven with string lights or a simple everyday garland made of dried flowers, placing it above your fireplace makes it an attractive focal point.
But if you don’t have a fireplace, an excellent area to hang a wreath is above your living room couch. Another creative way to exhibit a wreath is to place it inside a frame to help define a blank wall. You can also decorate it like a wall hanging piece with a mirror so the mirror can reflect the wreath’s design to amplify its effect.
You may be worried about using a wreath to decorate your home because you don’t want to damage your walls with holes. The good news is that you can hang a wreath without drilling holes. If your wreath weighs less than five pounds, you can apply a simple adhesive and hooks to hang it. But if the wreath is heavier, the best way to display it on your wall is with a nail and fishing line.