Pretty Picks: Fall & Wintery Wreaths

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Nito Vine Brush Wreath from Horchow

It’s only natural that the shorter days, cooler nights and gatherings by our fire with hot cider have me itching to break out my holiday decor. So, as subtly as possible, I’m doing just that. I promise, I’ll wait until Thanksgiving weekend to trim the tree, but in the meantime a twinkling light here and a rustic touch there is totally OK in my book. I thought it’d be fun to do a quick little roundup of some seasonal wreaths I’ve been eyeing. Being one of the first decorations guests see when walking into your home, I think it’s worth the splurge. Do you hang wreaths at your home? I’d love to hear where you find yours!

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Olive and Twig Wreath from Horchow

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Driftwood Wreath from Restoration Hardware

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DIY Floral Wreath from SMP Living

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Faux Antler Wreath from Pottery Barn

4 Comments on Pretty Picks: Fall & Wintery Wreaths

  1. Corina Nika
    November 8, 2013 at 10:30 AM (11 months ago)

    So many wonderful inspirations!
    The first one is definitely my favourite :) looks so rustic and those lights are just perfect

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  2. Alecia
    November 8, 2013 at 11:18 AM (11 months ago)

    Ooo I am so happy I saw this post because I was hoping I was not the only one that I wanted to start decorating for the holidays. Now I sort of feel justified :)

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  3. Brooke
    November 8, 2013 at 11:44 AM (11 months ago)

    I am trying SO hard not to put out my holiday decorations yet. I did put out a snowglobe last night lol—but that’s it so far, I promise! I love these different takes on wreaths. They are so classy and beautiful. I was hoping to take a wreath-making class this month at a local garden store, but not sure I’ll be able to make it :/ So maybe I’ll try the DIY one above!

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  4. Maru
    November 11, 2013 at 1:33 PM (10 months ago)

    So pretty! I do hang wreaths at my home, they are so inviting that they’re a must on this season :)

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