Sybil Schroeder Wreath August 28th, 2018 - 19:57:48
As we move around town, one thing many homes have in common are the large number of wreaths hanging on the front door. We also have people who have the wrong kind of wreaths hanging on their front door. What many people don't know is an outdoor wreath for the front door can last much longer than they realize if purchased correctly. This is also true for indoor wreaths. I am going to share with you a few simple guidelines to help you in purchasing a beautiful wreath that will last more than just one season or perhaps even less.
Decorating gorgeous door wreaths on the front door has been like a tradition, if not mandatory. For years, door wreaths have been a part of different Christmas festivities because of its pleasant and cheerful appearance. They are undoubtedly the best accessories to hang on both indoors and outdoors spaces. Furthermore, door wreaths are very easy to use, offers a good number of decorating concepts and above else, they are absolutely affordable. Aside from doors, wreaths can be also placed practically anywhere and combined with other ornaments like lighting, Christmas angels, candles, bells and lanterns.
The best outdoor wreaths are the all natural and the silk florals with a natural base. They look the closest to fresh and they can withstand the weather conditions the best if placed under a covered porch or an indented doorway. The silk florals will fade in direct sunlight. Dried floral wreaths will fall apart in the weather increments. Now, I'm not suggesting not getting a wreath for your front door because of the weather conditions. I am suggesting to protect your wreath and your finances by using common sense in protecting them during these hard times. Also, speaking of common sense, when purchasing your wreath, be sure to ask for the box. You will need it for storing your 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.
The last thing you will want to do is clean your wreath at least once or twice a month. There are wreath cleaners available to do a great job cleaning your wreath while protecting it as well. Never put your wreath under running water or standing water. Use a hair dryer with a low cool setting to blow the dust off.
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