19 Places You Never Thought To Hang A Wreath

by Ceanne Fusting August 02, 2019

Hanging a wreath on your front door is a great way to add some curb appeal. But your front door isn't the only place to hang a wreath! Check out these photos from our customers showing the unique areas they hung their wreaths:

We absolutely love how our boxwood wreath looks on this paneled mirror. We seriously can't get over how great this customer-submitted photo looks. It looks like it came straight out of a Pottery Barn catalog!


A nursery is the perfect place to display one of our monograms. Our small wood monogram topped with a grey bow matches this adorable baby blue nursery perfectly.


Our orange combo berry wreath looks great on this outdoor fireplace. While our wreaths cannot be exposed to moisture, feel free to place them outside for the evening for an outside dinner party. 


If you have multiple entrances to the house, put a wreath on each one! These matching grapevine bunnies really add some character to the house.


While it's quite common to put a wreath on the outside of your front door, the inside is where you spend your time, so put a wreath there too! Our pumpkin wreath really pops on the white door.


Pairing our cream berry wreaths with farmhouse style decor is the perfect accent to any living room. This mini cream wreath with a burlap bow matches the farmhouse look perfectly.

Gate doors are a perfect place to display your arrangements. We love how this customer paired her small wood monogram with a mini pip berry bunny wreath with matching yellow bows on her gate doors.

This customer ordered three boxwood wreaths to hang on her windows. They look absolutely gorgeous and match her porch perfectly!


We're loving how this moss heart looks on our customer's farmhouse-style arched mirror. Hanging it with a small clear command hook is a great way to discreetly hang the wreath without damaging the mirror.


We love how this mini cream berry wreath with a black check bow compliments the farmhouse ladder towel holder in this bathroom.


Our monogram door hangers aren't just for doors. They look great in the bathroom too! The clean white of the monogram matches the bathroom nicely.


The mantle is a great place to display your wreath. We love all the cute decorations our customer added to her mantle to match her fall berry wreath. The matching fall leaf garland above the fireplace is a great touch.


Our boxwood wreath with a burlap bow looks great on the window in our customer's living room.


Our boxwood wreath with a burlap bow looks amazing on top of the wood mirror in the living room. It takes the mirror from something you normally wouldn't notice to a great focal point in the room.


This is gorgeous! Our boxwood wreath looks so great on the window pane decoration.


This customer displayed her bunny wreath on her countertop to decorate for Easter!


These five grapevine bunnies look so great over the fireplace. The rainbow colors add that perfect springtime touch.


Here's another way to display multiple bunnies. This combination of one combo berry bunny paired with two smaller pip berry bunnies looks lovely on the wall above the dining room table.

This 12" boxwood wreath looks absolutely stunning on the glass window. Use a clear suction cup or a command hook to attach the wreath to the glass.

Ceanne Fusting
Ceanne Fusting


Ceanne is our owner's oldest daughter. She is a talented graphic designer who is in charge of our branding, social media, photography and marketing.

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