Holidays & Occasions

DIY Holiday: Three Stylish Ways to Decorate with Wreaths

November 28, 2017
Arranging Wreaths on Wall

This holiday season, we’re filling up your stockings with DIY to spark your creativity as you get your home holiday-ready. In case you missed it, make sure to check out the first — our Holiday Style Guide!

Besides being totally gorgeous, every wreath we sell is handcrafted and sourced from eco-friendly farms. Check out these three awesome and adorable wreath displays and learn how to incorporate them into your seasonal décor, no matter your style.

Tip #1: Window Shopping

Not only does this tip give you a seasonal sight you and your guests can enjoy, but people driving or walking will be saying “Holiday-um!” at this joyful idea.

To float your Bouqs wreath in your window, all you’ll need are a few props:

  • Your favorite wreath
  • A tension rod
  • Fishing line
  • Scissors
  • A step ladder (for tall windows)

Wreath In Window 2

Step 1: Be sure to by the proper size tension rod for your window’s width. Install the tension rod at the top of the window. Bonus tip: Wrap the rod in one of our holiday garlands to hide the rod and add a little more life to the display.

Wreath In Window 3

Step 2: Wrap fishing line around the center of the rod and attach it to the top of your wreath. Once you settle on a hang height for your wreath, cut the extra line and discard.

Wreath In Window 4

Step 3: Use ribbon, strips of burlap, or your favorite material to cover the fishing line, or don’t cover it at all for a “floating” look.

Tip #2: Deck the Walls

If you love mixing and matching or simply can’t have enough green in your home, then this is the tip for you. Go full-on lush and create your very own “wreath wall.”

Wreath Wall 2

(Pictured, left to right: Noel wreath, Thankful wreath, Abundance wreath, Warmth wreath, and Woodland wreath)

After choosing your wreaths (we get it, we can’t pick a favorite either!) hang them to create a farm-fresh gallery wall! Pro tip: Nail down your layout by cutting butcher paper and hanging it where each wreath will go.

Tip #3: Try a New Spot

The best part of DIY-ing is getting to experiment and do something new. Play with tradition by displaying a holiday wreath somewhere unexpected. You can spread the cheer throughout your home and add a touch of style to areas like the bathroom that tend to get neglected this time of year.

Unexpected Places 2

(Pictured: Woodland wreath)

Unexpected Places 1

(Pictured: Abundance wreath)

Unexpected Places 3

(Pictured: Woodland wreath)

And there you have it, a beautiful holiday wreath display!

Follow us on Instagram @TheBouqsCo for more holiday DIY tips, and make sure to post your photos with #Bouqlove!

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