Flowers for spring? But of course! The season is the most flowery of the year and, thanks to the variety available, it is possible to innovate when choosing arrangements and assemble bouquets. And how about bringing your colors and scents as part of your home decor beyond the vases? Searches for wreaths have increased by 60% since January on Pinterest; after all, they don’t just have to be Christmas-themed. Check out glance selection and get inspired!
1. Hoop wreath
Suppose you like a more minimalist style, bet on a half-moon hoop wreath! Flowers don’t need to complete the circle to look beautiful.
2. With fabric
Flowers Fabric flowers can be a great alternative if there is a desire to keep the wreath somewhere for a long time, without the need to worry about irrigation and plant care. If you put it in the room, letters can identify who owns the piece (as in the photo).
A mini wreath can bring the charm that your decor needs! Notice how the choice of colors and flowers makes the object more delicate.
4. Flowers and leaves
Abuse the species and the number of leaves! Don’t be afraid to mix up the colors and create a garland that looks just like you!
Twigs combined with lavender bring the freshness and the farmhouse vibe your home needs!
6. Ring with leaves
Bet on mixing different species of leaves in a ring. Invest in that green!
7. Peonies on the bicycle
Rim Reuse a bicycle rim and place the flowers! If you prefer, paint it with spray paint and make it even more colorful.
8. Lamb’s Ear
If you have a loose frame and don’t know what to do, attach a wooden panel and paint it black. This frame can serve as a backdrop for hanging the wreath.
Like lavender, peonies can be great allies when creating a stylish wreath. Use creativity when assembling!
In this case, the color was due to the mixture of flowers. Can you imagine receiving guests with such a creation at the door?
11. Succulents Simply place the succulent
Darlings in the wreath. Learn step by step in the image!