How I select wreaths that transition from fall to winter and look great in all seasons!
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I love neutral wreaths that can take you through all of the seasons. I’m a little late to game as Halloween is next week and most of the interior design world is moving on to Christmas decor. We just installed our new front doors so I had to decorate them quickly for the fall season. Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite wreaths that transition from fall to winter. Remember, you can always add or take away items like eucalyptus, berries, ribbons, and more. These are all great neutral wreath options that will transition well as the seasons change!
Cedar + Eucalyptus Wreath
I found these beautiful cedar wreaths from Amazon but unfortunately they are sold out. I’ve included several other options at the end of this post. Also, check your local TJ Maxx and Home Goods stores as they get pretty cedar wreaths in every year. I also found this beautiful eucalyptus that is very realistic and looks great with the cedar wreath. I added several sprigs and realized that I need more for the second wreath, so I had to take a few of them out and disperse between the two wreaths. I have ordered more though! I used simple floral wire to attach them to the wreath.
I added simple floppy white bows. You can never go wrong with a simple bow when transitioning from fall to winter. A few other options are velvet, burlap, frayed ribbons, and more! I’m having trouble with the new glass doors and finding a hook that will hold the weight of the wreaths. The command hooks that I purchased are not holding the wreaths. I will update you as I find a solution!
I love this simple look and how I can easily swap out bows, add lights, add berries, and etc. to dress up the wreaths for each holiday! Tomorrow I will share how I added pumpkins last minute to my decor with the intentions of having them last until Christmas. Happy decorating!