Wreath Ideas

Places To Put A Holiday Wreath




When it comes to hanging Christmas wreaths, there are so many options besides your front door. We’re sharing some creative ways to display your favorite wreaths throughout your home this holiday season.


1. Add them to a staircase


Maximize the look of your staircases, banisters, and rails by decorating them with holiday wreaths. Whether you choose one large Christmas wreath or space out several mini styles instead, this is a great way to update your home without compromising valuable wall space.


2. Place them on cabinets


The kitchen is one of the main places where friends and family gather, but it’s also one of the trickiest spots to decorate for the holidays. Our suggestion? Give your kitchen a small but effective update by hanging mini wreaths on your kitchen cabinets.


3. Hang them above a bed


Who says holiday decorating is only for foyers, living rooms, and dining rooms? Extend your seasonal accents into your master bedroom and guest rooms alike by hanging a wreath above the bed. Prefer an easier solution? Prop up a wreath on a mirrored dresser, or hang one on your closet door.



4. Hang them in windows


Who needs window treatments when you can use greenery instead? A fluffy holiday wreath can instantly update a bare or shuttered window and make a room feel seasonally styled. Go all-out with an ornate Christmas wreath trimmed in plaid ribbons, bells, and ornaments, or stick to a plain boxwood wreath for decor that works year-round.


5. Incorporate them into your holiday gallery wall


Want to turn your existing gallery wall into a holiday-themed focal point? One of the simplest ways to do it is by replacing a wall sign with a lush wreath. This decorative accent can instantly pull your photographs together just in time for the family to arrive.


6. Hang them on your dining room chairs


Help your guests dine in style by hanging miniature wreaths on the backs of your dining room chairs. This instantly sets the scene for your holiday dinners without having to add anything to your tabletop (besides food).


7. Place them in a frame


Holiday wreaths make excellent focal points just like wall art and family photos, so give them the same treatment by placing them in frames. Pair your greenery with white backgrounds and white frames for a clean, contemporary presentation, or use wooden frames with distressed finishes for a little farmhouse flair.




8. Put them on a display ladder


Whether you’re setting a festive scene in the family room or on your front porch, display ladders are a great way to add seasonal finishing touches to your decor. Beautify a bare ladder with burlap ribbons, snowflakes, ornaments, and, of course, a Christmas wreath.


9. Use one as a centerpiece


Set a festive tabletop with the help of a Christmas wreath turned centerpiece. Just rest your favorite greenery on its back and then nestle a glass hurricane or pillar candles inside its center. Voila: Your holiday dinner is all but ready. (Again, besides the food.)




10. Use them to update a mirror


Mirrors are beautiful on their own, but hanging a wreath in front of them adds plenty of seasonal charm. Use this trick anywhere and everywhere, from hanging hallway mirrors to full-length mirrors, dressers, and vanities.


11. Prop them on a mantel


Let’s face it: The holiday season may be the most wonderful time of the year, but it’s also the most stressful. If you love seasonal decor but hate spending a ton of time prepping your home for the festivities, look no further than your nearest mantel. Adding a wreath here is one of the simplest ways to get in the holiday spirit — no hammer and nails required.




12. Position them above the fireplace


Nothing beats curling up in front of the fire with a cup of hot cocoa, so style this area of your home accordingly. Oversized wreaths look particularly good here and offer a view that’s just as pleasing as a winter wonderland.


Wreaths are the perfect decorative accent in any time of year. Even if you are a minimalist when it comes to decorating for the holidays or maybe you go all out for Christmas, a wreath is a fundamental decoration that can do wonders to get you in the holiday spirit.



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