I generally don't decorate for seasons. Not because I don't appreciate seasonal decor but I tend to put all my energies into Halloween and Christmas and I'm just all decorated out after that. But I've seen some great spring wreath projects lately that I wanted to share. I pinned this giant hoop wreath ages ago and it's been lingering the back of my mind every since. It got me to thinking that the wreath on a homeowner's front door can say a lot about who lives inside. Am I right? So with that in mind, here are a few inspired ideas that might suit your personal style (and won't take more than a lazy spring afternoon to make!).
Clean lines? Mid century? Try a naked wreath.
artzy creations | made from scratch | gardenaholic
The whole "naked" wreath trend is amazing. All of the graphic punch with 1/10 of the work! Glue pretty much anything pretty to a metal craft ring or embroidery hoop and you have an easy modern focal point for your door.
Farmhouse vintage more your style? Go with old charm.
create craft love | random thoughts | create craft love | midwest living
Ditch the wreath altogether and drag something with a bit of rusty charm out of your garage and fill with flowers or greenery. Voila! Instant classics.
Traditional with style? Go for a updated classics.
sugar and cloth | your cozy home | alison michel
Just a slight twist on your standard wreath but something a little different than the everyday.
Now to only pick one style and actually make one. Or in my case 2 since I have double doors. Anyone else getting a hankering to add a little spring decor to your house?