Sallie Parks Wreath August 15th, 2018 - 23:36:08
The reason why it's so important to get the answers to these questions is to know what kind of wreath will do well where you want to hang it. There are some all natural twig bases with various natural dried grasses that hang quite beautifully on front doors however even those are subject to the weather conditions. Some people prefer the natural beauty of eucalyptus which also comes with a wonderful natural scent. However, the sad thing about eucalyptus wreaths today is that many manufacturers will dye the eucalyptus to get all those luscious colors. What happens is the dye will run down their front door when the rain hits it. In some cases, I have seen the dye run when the humidity is real high. To be safe it's best not to use eucalyptus outdoors.
For indoor wreaths the purchasing rules don't really apply here but you may consider the amount of direct sunlight on silk florals. Colors and textures are what indoor wreaths are about. You can use a wreath like a piece of art work in any room of the house. They can add a focal point or a just a soft compliment to the overall decor. Indoor wreaths can bring an ambiance of comfort and relaxation, unity and peace, or warmth and friendship. Like the wedding ring, they symbolize unity among all who dwell there.
Choosing the colors is usually determined by matching or complimenting the largest piece of furniture or artwork in the room. There are also themed wreaths available like diaper wreaths for the baby's room, culinary wreaths for the kitchen or dining room. There are wedding, spring, summer, fall and winter wreaths, holiday wreaths as well as garage wreaths. If you look hard enough you can find almost any kind of wreath.
When it comes to decorating with the wreaths, you have more options than simply hanging a wreath on the door. Look around your house. Are there any bare spots on the wall that could use a wreath? Perhaps hang some in the windows. A wreath would make a great centerpiece for your dining table or coffee table. Just lay a wreath in the middle, and fill the center of the wreath with candles or other decorations to match the season. Smaller wreaths can be used in a similar way on a bare spot on your bookshelf or end table. Just use your imagination. If there's a gap in your decor, chances are, a wreath would fit in well.
Wreaths are inexpensive and there are lots of beautiful wreaths available today. You can get them for spring, summer, fall and winter. Some people even use the same wreath for several seasons by simply adding a few additional flowers or other greenery depending on the season.
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