look is a fresh, whimsical beauty that could work in any decor. Make it with this complete kit. Via delicate white marthastewart.com Personalize the holidays with this oversized beauty that could be done for each child’s bedroom door. Via apartmenttherapy.com
This delicate triptych of wreaths adds a natural element to this restful room without going overboard. Via
This fresh monochromatic
designed by lifestyle guru Matthew Mead would look fabulous in a cottage or contemporary home. Via green wreath brooklynlimestone.com
Perfect for the kitchen, this colorful
cooking related wreath is easy to make and could be fun to compose with the kids. Via bhg.com
Midcentury homes are sometimes left out in the search for authentic decor.
awesome atomic wreath that could add a modern vibe year-round. Via Make this curbly.com
With faux animal heads as a whimsical decor trend, this rustic wreath featuring quail feathers would be a playful and charming alternative in a family room or over a fireplace. Via
is a knockoff of a very popular felted wool wreath. It’s a peaceful, DIY delight. Via charming wreath thenester.com
Tired of the same old holiday wreaths? Reach beyond traditional mode and try some unique and stylish alternatives. While wreaths are welcoming on the front door, don’t be afraid to use them throughout the interior, in the bedroom, kitchen, library or even the bath to make spirits bright.
By Susie Eaton Hopper