Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Decorating With Simple, Unadorned Christmas Wreaths



If you are craving a beautifully decorated Christmas house but want to take the stress out of holiday decorating, maybe the elegant touch of simple unadorned wreaths is your best bet this year. I decorated with more natural and simply elegant decor for years but now my family likes traditional bling and expect over the top designs every Christmas.They complain every year that I want to return to what I think is a beautiful Christmas style. Next year is mine however!!

Whether your style is Farmhouse, French, Romantic, Primitive, or Cottage, you can have the warmth and beauty of Christmas past with these simple unadorned Christmas wreath ideas that provide a relaxed luxury that is absolutely charming.





Enjoy the simplicity of the hammered dulcimer.



The perfect pairing of this simple, unadorned wreath and mirror welcomes Christmas guests with simple and sophisticated elegance.


The simpler the wreath, the more you can hang in special places throughout your home. 


Who would think of pussy willow at Christmas? Just a touch of it's soft fuzzy buds added at the top of this unadorned wreath adds a special bit of charm, and simple elegance.


If you crave traditional red, try a simple, unadorned apple wreath. They really pop against a white or green door.

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This unadorned wreath of mixed greenery is simply decorated with chimes but still free of ribbons, tinsel, or ornaments.


This simple rosemary wreath is made all the more special by the tiny jingle bells.

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When wreaths are unadorned you can hang several small ones together for a big splash of Christmas.

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I love how the simple white poppy and velvet ribbon add an elegant touch to an otherwise simple unadorned Christmas wreath.

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A tiny, unadorned boxwood wreath supplies the Christmas touch to any holiday table.

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This beautiful Christmas wreath is made of greenery and birch branches and slightly adorned with tiny red balls. Remember your wreath doesn't have to be round!


These small, simple, and  unadorned wreaths bring that cheer and holiday feeling to any room. There are so many places you can use them and a table setting is just the perfect spot.

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A tiny rosemary Christmas wreath, simply adorned with berries and tied to a cabinet door, can be a lovely touch to any room.


You can purchase wonderful perserved boxwood wreaths in all sizes. Even completely unadorned they seem to shout "Christmas"

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The simple Christmas wreath is elegant without being fussy and the greenery lets the patina of an old door be the star attraction.

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I love a combination of several simple Christmas wreaths, whether different, or all alike as these are. I think it is beautiful how these ascend the stairs.


This simple, unadorned, eucalyptus Christmas wreath would look great on your door, on a window, or hung from a mirror above your Christmas mantel.


Simple, unadorned wreaths are indicative of the refined charm of the French. 



This lovely unadorned fern Christmas wreath reminds me of fairies. Tie your wreath off with a bit of burlap for a simple rustic look.


Another alternative is the simple, unadorned heart shaped Christmas wreath. Don't make it too perfect or you will lose the charm. Let pieces of greenery find their way outside of the heart design.


An unadorned boxwood wreath will give a festive Christmas flourish to any special place in your interior.


Capture the magic and brilliance of a classic holiday with a simple, unadorned berry wreath.

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With this unadorned Christmas wreath, a simple idea becomes quite elegant with an unassuming bow. It is fun to put holiday cheer in unexpected places.






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