When it comes to holiday decor, it’s easy to keep things traditional by sticking to the “rules.” But what’s the fun in that? In today’s post we’re breaking down those boundaries by sharing a few ways to style your holiday wreath beyond the front door.
At BHI, we love decorating for the holidays. So much so, that we even do it for our clients! Each season we find ourselves trying out new ways of styling those traditional holiday items, such as wreaths, to give them a fresh feel year after year. While there truly is no limit to how you chose to style your wreath, we’re sharing our four favorite ways to incorporate these festive items throughout the home.
Tip #1: Dress Up Your Chairs
One of our favorite ways to bring a touch of greenery into the kitchen or dining space is by adding a wreath to the backs of the chairs. This trick works best with counter stools or dining chairs with an opening of sorts on the back to secure the wreath. Speaking of, our go to for securing the wreath to the chair is a pretty ribbon tied in a bow.
Tip #2: Accent Your Mirror
Add a festive touch to the decorative mirrors throughout your home (such as a console or mantel mirror) by hanging a wreath in front of the mirror. We love how this trick easily adds a holiday touch and continues to carry greenery throughout the home.
Tip #3: Mix in Layers
Bring a touch of holiday green to the dining table by layering your dinner plates with a small wreath (we suggest our best-selling Cedar Wreath Charger). Couldn’t get your hands on a small wreath? Here’s a little trick… take some fresh cypress stems and place between your charger and dinner plate to re-create the look.
Tip #4: Decorate Your Windows
Add a seasonal layer to your windows by hanging a wreath in the middle of the panes. We suggest using a clear suction hook or clear command strip for hanging the wreath for a simple, clean look. If you’re really feeling festive, add a bow to the wreath for a little holiday glam.
Based on these tips, how will you be styling your holiday wreaths this year? Let us know in the comments or tag us in your pictures!