Thursday, November 29, 2012

Horizontal and Vertical

Have you been noticing that one wreath is just not enough.  I've been seeing and loving them in groups of threes.  The blue door and the row of wreaths is much more interesting than a single wreath.

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The three don't have to match either.

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 A different color combo for the holiday---Raspberry + Grey
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 This is a clever alternative to a garland on the railing.

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This has to be my favorite grouping of three.  Why does a wreath have to be green?  I could have these wreaths/mirrors up all year.

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Intersperse three wreaths on you bookshelf.  Easy.

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Three ironstone pitchers with trees going up the stairs.  

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Three mirrors with garland and a deer in the middle.  Deer always work for me.
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 How about three on the mantel?

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Nest cake stands and place a wreath on each one.


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  Let's go from threes to more horizontal loveliness.  The horizontal images remind me of a trapeze.
Horizontal on the front porch.  Different.

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Love the red.


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You could create this same look by decorating your chandelier.

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It would be so easy--and so out of the box to suspend wreaths horizontally with ribbons.

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 Simply suspend above the dining room table.

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This next image is so totally unrelated but so totally unique that I had to share.  Burlap and cedar on dress forms.

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So horizontal, vertical, or threes---what do you like best?

Kathy


2 comments:

  1. I have never been too thrilled with the greenery swagged on the staircase but I am lovin' the wreaths suspended there as you show and love the "ladies" dressed in their holiday finery. :)

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