Rustic Christmas Wreaths

Rustic Christmas Wreaths

Rustic Christmas Wreaths: Christmas trees aren’t the only way to adding natural botanical decor to your holiday home. Real and faux Christmas wreaths & garlands can be used inside your home and outdoors to add a festive feel with all the beauty of seasonal leaves and flowers. Wreaths are commonly used in holiday decorating, but they can also be a stunning addition to your home all year around. The front door is usually considered the best place to hang a wreath as it creates a welcoming ambience. However, wreaths and garlands can be used in a wide variety of locations.

Rustic Christmas Wreaths Outdoors

Front Doors
Placing a wreath on the front door of a home creates a grand entrance that instantly welcomes family and friends. Many of the wreaths shown below have coordinating garlands that look stunning draped around the perimeter of the door.
Porches & Patios
Wreaths can be added to porch railings, columns and on veranda walls.
Windows
Wreaths create a beautiful and dramatic holiday display when placed at the center of each window. This allows you to enjoy the decoration indoors and out. Use a ribbon to provide a contrasting color or interesting texture.

Rustic Christmas Wreaths Indoors

Foyer
The foyer is typically a high traffic area, and is therefore the perfect place to place a Christmas wreath. Not only is a wreath in a foyer a great way to welcome guests – it also leaves a lasting impression.
Mantel
The mantel is another favorite spot for both wreaths and garland. The fireplace is the traditional focal point of the living room and provides the perfect stage for both fall and Christmas decorations.
Dining Room
Wreaths don’t have to be hung on the wall – they can be used as an ideal centerpiece on a dining room table. Faux candles, lanterns and pumpkins can be placed inside the wreath for instant holiday cheer. Smaller wreaths can be attached to the back of dining room chairs.
Bedroom
Wreaths look beautiful in the bedroom mounted on the wall above the bed or attached to the headboard.

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