Hello drear friends and welcome back to Founterior – your ultimate guide in the world of interior design, decoration and furniture. Today I am going to talk about the holiday that I like most – Christmas. Do you like it, too? I bet you do!
One of the most charming and welcoming elements of the Christmas interior are the Christmas wreaths. They are lovely because they create special moments of astonishment and they somehow hold the holy spirit in their appearance. A spirit that they deliver to those who stay still for while, watch and explore them while thinking of the holy Christmas time.
Christmas wreaths – where?
I think that the best place is the front door on the side looking towards the garden. This way your guest will be heartedly welcomed by the holiday wreath even before they have entered the place. Furthermore, all the passing by people will be able to catch the sparkles coming from the Christmas wreaths and will also feel the emotion of 25th of December. So, placing it at the front door contributes to the entire street festive look.
Christmas wreaths – how?
Well, there are many ways to attach the wreaths directly to your door and one of the most universal ones is to use glue which you can lately remove at a glance. Don’t buy strong glues since you can damage your door surface.
Christmas wreaths – when?
I believe that the best time is 20 days before Christmas. Well, if December comes, feel free to put the wreath at the door so that everybody can enjoy it. The great thing is that you can leave it for a few days after the holiday finishes. This will remind your of the great and happy time spent with your family.
Christmas wreaths – why?
This is an emotion. And you have to feel the Christmas spirit, right? On the other hand, only good people will receive present for Christmas, won’t they? So, be a good person, place your wreath and make your street look a little bit different. Let the other people (maybe those who don’t have home) enjoy the holy spirit and who knows – maybe this time Santa Claus will knock at your door, too 🙂
If you want to do your own wreath instead of buying one, have a look at the video instructions: