6 Places to Hang a Wreath That Isn’t the Front Door

published Dec 9, 2017
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A classic circular wreath is pretty much the physical manifestation of infinite holiday joy, so why limit it to your front door? The possibilities for indoor wreaths are as infinite as their iconic shape, so today we’ve rounded up 6 of our favorite wreath locations that don’t require front door real estate.

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No mantel? No problem. Hang a wreath (or two, or three) on a blank wall for a celebratory look. You can hang it with just some Command hooks, or why not go all out like in the photo above and bring in a branch and ornaments. This design option is a great idea for small spaces where even the smallest Christmas tree can’t fit.

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Here, a teeny tiny colorful nativity pops against illustrator Jonna Isaac‘s all-gold mantle display, and a modest wreath is the perfect accessory to fill in the empty reflective surface on the scene’s propped mirror backdrop.

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With design trick, you might have neighbors singing, “How much is that wreath in the window?” Backlit with plenty of sun, any wreath with look extra special hanging from a window. In this Austin, Texas, bungalow, a festive wreath is placed on the window above the kitchen sink, which makes for a nice view while doing such a mundane chore like the dishes.

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Above, designer Emily Henderson blurs the lines between wreath and necklace, accessorizing her mounted faux-bear’s head with a festive holiday neck-wreath.

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This one’s an idea we’ve never seen before! Tiffany and Alan Goldstein placed a wreath on the curtains of their Austin, Texas, bungalow’s bedroom for a look that’s luxurious, festive, and cozy all in one.

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The foliage on the wall in the dining room of Hannah Wilson’s Dallas, Texas, home isn’t exactly a wreath, but by pairing it with a circular object (like a mirror), it mimics the look of one. The smart decorating trick is both artful and effortless.

So many wreath-less surfaces, so little time. From dry-wall to door front and everything in between, wreaths are a great festive addition to any surface that needs a little holiday cheer. Where are you hanging your wreaths this year?

This post was updated 4.12.19 -SY