Decorating with wreaths is one of the easiest ways to add a fall vibe to your home during the fall season. A more common trend is to decorate the front door with wreaths, which seems to be the norm whenever wreaths are used to decorate the home.
But there are other great ways you can display your fall wreath in your home. Besides hanging them on your front door, you can display them in other parts of your home. In ways that will equally add that fall vibe and improve the look of your home.
Nothing enhances an autumn decor more than some beautifully arranged fall wreaths. Wreaths add elegance and ambiance to any space. You can easily find wreaths to reflect your style no matter the season. You can display them indoors and outdoors.
Wreaths are very visually appealing and add a pleasant atmosphere to the season. They have a way of transforming your home into an attractive place that’s inviting and festive, which is a welcoming situation, especially during Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Here are some ideas of how you can decorate your indoor space with wreaths this fall.
Indoor Wreath Decorating Ideas for Fall
Wreaths can quickly transform a bland space into something vibrant and attractive. A place that makes a statement about your style and taste also adds a cozy and warm feeling to your home.
Choosing or making the right type of wreath is the most difficult part of the process.
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There are many spots in your home that can always benefit from a fall wreath. The wreath can be hung with a wreath hanger or tied and placed on its base. You’ll be surprised at how many places your wreath can fit into. There are so many places to display your gorgeous fall wreath.
These ideas will help you get your creative juices flowing. Particularly on how and where you want to display your fall wreath in your home.
Tables are the easiest and probably most overlooked space to add a fall wreath. This can be your coffee table, dining table, kitchen table, console table, dresser, etc.
Any table in any room will serve as a nice spot to add a fall wreath. From the kitchen to the entryway, there’s no need for hanging. Just place your wreath on the table, and that’s it.
Wreaths can be placed on any door in the home. However, a lot of people tend to hang their wreaths on their front door. Wreaths on the door express very quickly what the theme of the season is. It welcomes visitors under that atmosphere and sets the tone thereafter. It sets the feeling and ambiance that they’re walking into by stepping through the door and walking into your home.
One of the most common locations to hang a wreath is on the wall above the fireplace. You’ll hardly find a fireplace decor idea for fall without coming across a wreath. And rightly so. Wreaths have a way of making a statement when placed above a fireplace. Especially during the fall season when the cozy vibe is the look most people are aiming for—what better place to make cozy than around the fireplace. By placing the wreath above a fireplace makes it even more central and a focal point.
Living room walls are the most common walls for fall wreaths in the home, mostly because this is the highest traffic area of a home—a place where more people are bound to see and appreciate the decor. If you have a feature wall, then it’s the absolute perfect place to hang your wreath. If not, any wall would do just as well. Wreaths can transform the most basic spaces into something fun and vibrant by just being there. Nothing more needs to be added.
You can hang your wreath on the window with a lovely piece of ribbon or rope. There’s such a beautiful thing about a fall wreath hanging on a window. Whether that’s on the inside or outside, it just creates a lovely fall vibe that’s worth exploring, especially if you’re looking for ideas on where to place your fall wreath.
Other places you can place your fall wreath decor include:
The floor, large furniture pieces, wall organizers, dining room hutch, kitchen hood vent, ceiling, in front of a mirror, cabinets, mantels, etc.
You can place your fall wreath anywhere, really. Go for a spot where the wreath would be very visible. You want to create an impression. A wreath is something that should be seen and admired. That way, they can add even more value.
The most important thing is to pick a fall wreath that’s right for your space.
The perfect wreath would reflect your style and work cohesively with other decor pieces in your space. The wreath aims to emphasize what you already have, whether that’s a simple plain door, wall, or window.
Have fun with it and enjoy.
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Jill Davis, author for Life So Ever
Jill Davis grew up on army bases in the USA and Germany and has spent her adult life on the East Coast. She resides in Virginia where she gets to enjoy lots of hiking trails, kayaking, and other outdoor adventures. No recipe intimidates her and she is always up to try most foods. Her second language is sarcasm and she always looks for the good in life.