Are you looking for a wreath that will take you from a snowy winter season day into the early days of spring? Then, this post is for you! I’ve been looking for a few wreaths for a couple areas in my own home that will transition well into spring. I also wanted these wreaths to be ones that are somewhat season-less. Do you know what I mean? They can be left out any time of year and work! That’s a great bang for your buck when you invest in a wreath! These wreaths would work well in most homes – farmhouse, cottage, or traditional styles. I actually found so many wonderful wreaths that I loved, so I decided to share my favorites with you along with where you can find them!
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1. Faux Eucalyptus Wreath/ 2. Faux Olive Branch Wreath/ 3. Birch Bark Wreath/ 4. Faux Bay Leaf Wreath/ 5. Shola Pom Wreath/6. Faux Boxwood Wreath/ 7. Faux Eucalyptus Wreath/ 8. Heart Shaped Grapevine Wreath/ 9. Faux Silver Sage Wreath/ 10. Cotton Wreath
I actually own wreaths in my home that are very similar to number 6, the faux boxwood wreath, and number 10, the cotton wreath. I am using both right now in my winter season decor. The green in the boxwood wreath brings life into a space that is such contrast to what is happening outdoors and I love that! The white cotton wreath, of course, mimics the snowy season of winter. But, as I mentioned above, these two wreaths could be used in any season! Be sure to save this post to your Pinterest page as a quick resource for when you are looking for just the right wreath! And, follow my Wonderful Wreaths Pinterest board for more wreath inspiration! I’ll be back on Friday with a fun DIY post and a new print for your winter to springtime home! See you then!
Here are some things I’m working on for upcoming posts:
- My favorite stain to achieve a farmhouse wood finish
- Tackling my vintage sofa reupholstery – Yikes!
- A little office organization.
- A yummy dessert recipe from my mom for Valentine’s day!
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