Where to Wear Your Wreath

Where to Wear Your Wreath

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Lindsey Roberts
Nov 10, 2009

Wreaths can be hung in more places than just doors. This fall and holiday season, try a wreath on a window, over a mirror, in place of a print, or another one of these ten options...

1 On a window. Found on a window near Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts.

2 On shelves. Holman shelf, $59-$229, from Pottery Barn

3 In front of a mirror. Gilt Wood wreath, $49.95, Crate and Barrel

4 On the doors of a cabinet. French Casement cabinet, $251, Restoration Hardware

5 On cupboard doors.

6 On a stand. Wreath stand, $44, from Pottery Barn

7 The classic wreath-on-a-door, except this door is inside. Kate's Monogram Wreath at Design Sponge

8 Over a mantle, and in place of a print. Could also go in place of a print anywhere else in the house, or over a bed. Readymade Zip-tie wreath

9 On the table, with candles in the middle. Boxwood wreath centerpiece by Martha Stewart

10 On a fence. Easy-Make Holiday Wreaths from Good Housekeeping

(Image: 1, dawnzy58 licensed for use under Creative Commons)

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