A holiday wreath serves as a sign of seasonal joy but it’s also an ideal choice for demure decor that’s space-conscious as well. The possibilities for decorating and placement with wreaths are more versatile than with Christmas trees, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorite ways (and places) to hang.
Hang on a Front Door
This one seems obvious but there’s a reason that homes seem so welcoming around the holiday season. Let your front door flaunt a favorite design that’s also a reflection of your personal style. Just make sure the wreath you want is proportionate in size to your front door (a standard door is 36 inches wide, just for reference).
To hang a wreath on your door, there are few different things you can try. Use a command hook — these can support different weights and won’t damage your door. Just be sure to use a clean surface before you adhere the hook. If your wreath already comes with an over-the-door hook, just make sure to fit it snugly on the door and close it to make sure it’s aligned the way you want.
Hang on a Window
A classic way to display wreaths is to hang from your window. It gives a modern floating illusion with a glass window wreath hanger, an adhesive hook, some ribbon, or twine.
Hang on Banisters & Railing
Use this one indoors or out (or both!). Use garland ties (which function like twist ties) to secure a wreath or multiple wreaths along your patio or porch railing, indoor banisters, and even your fence.
It may be all about the tree during the holidays, but we recommend giving a wreath (or two) a chance. Try a decorated wreath ideal for Christmas or a simple, natural wreath that will transcend all seasons. Hang yours indoors, lean on the mantle, tie around the banisters, and more.
To learn more about how to choose the perfect Christmas wreath for the holidays, visit our Christmas Wreath Buying Guide.