7,891 boxwood wreath Home Design Photos

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leaves instead of wreath to wrap
Simple Christmas. Wreath w white bow.
love the square boxwood wreath leaned on mantel. Would add a touch of Holiday while still being simple
preserved boxwoods in lieu of garland, and I'm so happy with how it turned out," says Becky from the blog This Is Happiness. "It's simple and elegant. I love the square wreath boxwood, and the glass antiqued mercury Christmas tree is a favorite of mine as well."
“christmas” — paulinebaynes
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
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The clever use of the "over the door" hook to hang the wreath
love the boxwood wreaths with bow, and looks like they painted an otherwise tacky brass wreath hanger
I love the doors and the wreaths with brown bows!
black door entry simple green wreaths with brown bows Very nice
decorated with wreaths made from preserved boxwood. Simple but beautiful.
There's a modern simplicity to this pair of boxwood wreaths, simply adorned with a bell and brown ribbon. The green wreaths are stunning against the black doors.Tip: Here, the wreath hangers are the same color as the doors, so they
These wreaths make an immediate strong statement for one surprising reason: their lack of decorations. Yes, they have a single bow and a gold ornamental ball, but keeping the wreath free of ribbons, tinsel or ornaments allows the green to really pop against the outside door.
“Christmas Wreath.” — trishee_c
René Zieg
Christmas front door
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ribbon to hang wreath on door
Hang a simple green wreath with jute ribbon. Take any plain wreath of greenery and give it a special twist by looping a length of burlap or jute webbing around it, then fasten the wreath to the top of your door
green wreath with jute ribbon. Take any plain wreath of greenery and give it a special twist by looping a length of burlap or jute webbing around it, then fasten the wreath to the top of your door. This is totally doable, and it won't leave any marks on your front door.
“green wreath” — nmacllellan21
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Brittsan Tolaris Homes
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A boxwood wreath adds a merry touch to an all-white kitchen in Orlando, Florida.The view from outside: See more homes on Houzz all decked out for Christmas
Christmas wreath...splash and wreath
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Rikki Snyder
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Rhinebeck, NY, Winter Decor
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boxwood wreath-
love the door and wreath.
pretty wreath...love the wreath...Boxwood wreath!...great wreath
“Turquoise door” — appleomyi
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
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Kitchen
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love the boxwood wreath with black ad white striped ribbon for the holidays. Can I just take the whole thing, please? ;)
Christmas wreath...Wreath & cabinets
“black kitchen” — kmartin14
Conrado - Home Builders
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Monte Sereno Tuscan Custom Home
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put a boxwood wreath on our window to block Pete's ugly view.
Wreath inside large window area
window wreath
“Table island then additional seating at bar” — quinfaye
Greystone Interiors
Greystone Farm
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Are the wreaths real? What do they weigh?
I have vinyl siding hook with a weight restriction of 10 lbs. because of this i used an artificial wreath which is lighter, but mine looks too bright a green. Any tips to improve the look?
Update - my wreath fell off in a snowstorm about 3 weeks after hanging it on a vinyl siding hook. ( the hook came off with it).
Thanks for your help and inspiration. I found a wreath today.
love the shape and giant wreaths
Elegant simplicity. Gardens boxwood and wreaths.
Right size cupola. Love the wreaths on this house. She may change her garage doors to a dark gray, same color as the front door.
Oversize real wreaths make an impact in New York.
“pass through between two structures” — vezzani
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