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Dress Your Door for the Holidays

| Nov 21, 2017

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Ring in the holiday season with a wreath that welcomes you and your guests. 


1. Add Flannel for A Cozy Feel

Flannel can add rustic charm to your holiday decor and add warmth to any entrance. 

 

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2. Antlers

Antlers are rising in popularity among interior decorators. Spray paint them gold for a shabby chic front door look. 



 

3. Your Favorite Holiday Tune

Why not add a cute welcoming sign to your front door wreath—it is, after all, the first place guests stop. 

 

 

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4. Make it Unique

Trees on trees on trees. This wreath is a beautiful ode to a White Chrismas! 

 

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5. Keep it Natural

Some of the most gorgeous wreaths are made from Mother Nature's bountiful beauty. 

 

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6. Pump Up the Color

Compliment your door with a pop of color. Red and green aren't the only way to go for a holiday wreath.

 

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7. Personalize Your Look

Monogramed wreaths add a hint of personalization. 

 

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8. Keep It Simple

This mistletoe wreath is simple and elegant. 

 

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9. Doggone Cute

For the pet enthusiast hoping Santa has a sense of humor. 

 

10. Frame It

Try something a little unconventional. Using a frame instead of a round wreath adds a unique flare to your front entrance. 

 

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