I love, love, love mini boxwood wreaths. I purchased some at the end of season last year at Farmhouse Wares. Then, I realized Williams-Sonoma had them, too. I had to get more. I then ordered larger ones from Amazon.
All of them are real preserved boxwoods and are supposed to last for 3-4 years. They look so much better than the artificial ones.
Now I think I’m boxwood crazy.
These little beauties go perfectly with Country French décor and a simplistic Christmas.
How do you use your boxwood wreaths? Here’s how I’m using mine:
I did away with all the tons of lighted garland and swags and bows I used to use on the staircase and opted instead for 6 --16” diameter wreaths and easily attached them with wired burlap ribbon.
I added my handstamped upholstery webbing with florist pins.
Then came all the smaller boxwood wreaths. I put them on lots of things.
They dress-up anything they touch!
I added them to lamps in the foyer and music room.
You’ve already seen one on my armoire. If you missed it, you can read about it HERE.
I even added one to a floor lamp in the family room.
The cherub who is watching over the Christmas presents even has one, too.
But my favorite one of all this year?
This is a sneak peek at the one in my dining room. I got it at Target about a month ago and knew exactly where I was going to use it. I’ll be showing you the rest of the dining room in a few days.
I think boxwood is my new go-to greenery.
Until next time,
Linking up with:Ann at On Sutton Place for the Homespun Christmas Series:
Doors & Wreaths