While the traditional colors of fall are shades of red, orange and brown, I prefer the less conventional color combos, so let's break the rules a little! Decorate for the fall season with this colorful pumpkin wreath with brighter colors like coral, yellow, tangerine and pale pink. Together, they give your home the look of fall while straying away from traditional style.
I don't know about you, but I've been basically looking forward to Halloween since New Year's Eve. It's such a fun holiday! Candy, ghosts, and ghouls - oh my! Even though I absolutely adore All Hallow's Eve, I'll be the first to admit that the decor can end up on the tackier side of things. Ever on the hunt for classy Halloween decor, I decided to go glam instead. Ditch the traditional black and orange in favor of gold and glitz!
The word "wreath" can have bad connotations, conjuring images of tacky, overly sparkly evergreen monstrosities. But this one is different. It's square. And it's made using birch branches which gives it a bit of a scandinavian feel. Click through to see what I mean!
Straight outta Creeptown, a DIY wreath covered in bones. ACTUAL BONES, folks.
I'm generally not a big wreath person, but every now and then I see one that causes me to rethink my opinion on the matter, like this modern Himmeli-inspired version!
I'm just obsessed with wreaths this year. It's really an obsession every year, but I've come across this succulent wreath and I stopped dead in my tracks. The beautiful thing about this wreath? It'll last a long time because it's made from a very durable type of plant!
I've seen my fair share of wreath tutorials over the years, but this one is definitely my new favorite. It's the perfect (asymmetrical) holiday wreath for a front door or over the fireplace. Want to make your own?
In keeping with the spirit of the handmade holiday season, we've rounded up 16 wreaths & garlands to decorate your door & mantle all December long!
Autumn is one of my favorite times of year because the weather is usually amazing and the leaves are changing, so everything is some varying shade of yellow, orange, or red. Aside from that, the decorations for fall are usually pretty neat - getting everyone in the mood for pumpkin pie and apple cider. So, with the harvest season in mind, here are 12 DIY garlands and wreaths for fall.
Searching for that perfect wreath to grace your front door this fall? Take the plunge and shy away from traditional autumn colors. This bright and colorful wreath will keep you cheery all season long!
Christmas is right around the corner which, depending on your degree of seasonal decorating, means it's time to put up a holiday wreath! Ring in the season and add some cheer to your entryway with one of these creative (and oh-so-festive) DIY wreaths!
Curbly recently had the great pleasure of creating a series of Mid-Century Modern holiday decorations for DIY Network, including everything from ornaments to stockings to wreaths. We'll be sharing the projects week-by-week as Christmas approaches. First up?
We've rounded up 20 festive fall wreaths that will see your decor through from Halloween to Thanksgiving! Check 'em out and let us know which are your fave!
I've been obsessed with the idea of making a succulent wreath for years now and you know what? I say 2012 is the year I finally make it happen! Who's with me? The weather is turning nice, after all... the timing couldn't be better!
Easter is right around the corner! We are waaaay behind at my house, seeing as I took down Valentine decorations on Monday. Pathetic, I know. It is time to move on to that cheerful Springtime holiday, Easter! Here is a collection of 14 DIY ideas that I am itching to try.
This mini wreath ornament requires few supplies: Yarn. Ribbon. And a bathroom decor staple?
Friend-of-Martha-Stewart Eddie Ross made something really beautiful out of an ugly wire coat hanger. It's a wreath fit for Miss Martha herself! He used some hot glue, but not the way you might think, and a bunch of glass ornaments to turn the nasty hanger into this:
I've never actually had a wreath on my door, for any season or occasion. Ever. I'll probably be voted out of the craft community for admitting such a thing, but it is true. Still, I love looking at what other people come up with for their doors, like this candy cane-inspired wreath.
There's one thing that every estate sale has: boxes and boxes of old Christmas decorations and ornaments. I've even been to a house where every room was decorated, floor to ceiling (we're talking hoarder territory, people), for a different holiday... but that's another story for another day. When you DO happen upon one of these stashes, though, you can usually snag the whole lot for a few bucks. And then... then you make on of THESE!