Boxwood wreaths (you can find an inexpensive boxwood wreath here) are currently all the rage in home decor. They add a bit of texture, color, and nature to your home, and they look great on their own, or as part of a larger vignette.
Last week, I shared my own boxwood wreath hung on my vintage-inspired window panes, and today, I’m sharing 10 of my favorite ways to decorate with boxwood wreaths!
A gold-framed chalkboard and favorite verse makes this boxwood wreath pop!
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The boxwood wreath adds some great color and texture to this lovely neutral space.
A wreath is such a creative addition to this foyer gallery wall!
A chunky wood framed chalkboard is perfect for displaying lists, favorite quotes, and, of course, a lovely boxwood wreath!
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While that painted floor is definitely swoon-worthy, that gorgeous scalloped chalkboard and boxwood wreath combination is definitely worth an honorable mention! A lovely scalloped mirror is another great way to display your wreath!
There are endless ways to display your wreath…mirrors, chalkboard frames, or even an empty window pane make a great canvas for the texture and color of a boxwood wreath!
via maison de pax
There’s so much to adore about this gallery wall…did you notice the hook used to hang the boxwood wreath? LOVE.
A boxwood wreath is the perfect way to display a favorite word or phrase!
A few cotton heads add a rustic addition to this boxwood wreath.
What’s your favorite way to decorate with boxwood wreaths?