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diy summer wreaths

Summer is coming, only 2 weeks are officially left! Decorate your home for the coming season, make it bright and cheerful! To do this with little effort, you can simply make a wreath and greet the guests who are coming – we all know that there is no front door without a cool wreath!

This wreath is rustic and trendy at the same time because it is wrapped in burlap and there are succulents attached. What can be trendier? The succulents are man made and you don’t have to worry about their appearance all summer long.

A flower wreath is ideal for spring and summer decoration, whether you use silk or real fresh flowers, and every wedding or party will shine with it. It won’t take long, but it is exactly what you need for a great event – just one day.

This unique vintage-inspired wreath is square in shape and made up of various dried flowers and lots of green in sections. That’s why it looks so unique. Read how to make this cute girl and enjoy all summer – dried flowers won’t wither.

Watermelon always reminds me of summer. No matter where you go, you will see a watermelon – in the supermarket, at the neighbour’s grill or even in my own fridge as a fantastic summer snack! Watermelon screams summer. This watermelon wreath is super easy to make: anyone who can tie a knot can make it.

This plumeria wreath is the perfect decoration for the summer door. Read the full tutorial on this easy DIY project for the home.

Do you want to freshen up your home? Make a gorgeous artificial green and lemon wreath with a lemon scent! The question is all about attaching it to the wreath shape, and you can add lemon essential oil to the wreath as well.

How cute is this DIY pineapple wreath ?! Pineapple is another thing that screams summer like no other, watermelons were given above. It consists of pineapple honeycomb center pieces. Find out how to make them or where to buy them in the video.

More tropical joy at your doorstep! Make a gorgeous banana leaf wreath, the leaves can be made from dark green crepe paper, they are pretty simple. Once you have all of the leaves in place, use tiny drops of hot glue to hold the leaves in place on your wreath.

This super colorful fiesta wreath is perfect for summer decoration. Make simple tissue paper flowers to fill in any gaps between the honeycomb balls. Combine the wreath with an inflatable cactus and you have the perfect setting for your Cinco de Mayo or summer party!

For those of you who love the cactus trend, this is the wreath for you! It could be a fun addition to a door all year round, an alternative to the traditional Christmas wreath and cactus party decor. Such a decor can also be used for various cactus-themed parties such as a baby shower.

Do you want to feel relaxed? Make a front door wreath out of cocktail umbrellas, take lots of super brightly colored and patterned ones. Such a wreath is not only cool for parties, it also creates a relaxed atmosphere on the porch.

The geometric decor is super on trend right now and you can make it for summer too. The good thing is that it is timeless because of its simple setup. To give it a cool summer feeling, just hang a banner. So easy and so cool!

This summer sun wreath will keep you bright and cheerful every day, even when the weather isn’t that bright or warm. Crochet a sun-shaped wreath with rays in sunny yellow and hang it on your front door. Fill your space with sunlight!

White walls are foundations that go with most interior design styles and give you a blank canvas that can be filled with anything you want. But plain white walls look pretty boring and don't add character or tone to the room. Avoid using some cool structural materials in white - brick, stone, wood, and others. Check out the ideas we've gathered below!

brick

Bricks are now very popular for home decor. They fit easily into any room, from rustic or industrial to glamorous. A white brick wall is a great way to add texture and interest to any room. If you want a rougher look, choose shabby whitewashed bricks.

Wood

Whitewashed wood is a popular idea for coastal, beach, vintage, shabby chic, and rustic interiors. Rock some whitewashed wood walls as a statement or do it all whitewashed, it's in your place. You can give the wood a neater look by painting the wood white, not just whitewash. Such an idea works well for a rustic room.

Disguise

Cladding is a hot trend in decor. Not only are they used in sophisticated vintage spaces, but also in modern, minimalist, glamorous and contemporary interiors. The stronger the contrast between shape and decor, the cooler the result. Apply some molding to your walls or keep the existing molding and give it a sophisticated feel. For more shape ideas, visit our paneling summary.

Tiles

You can spice up your bathroom or kitchen with cool white tiles of various shapes and appearances. These can be long and narrow tiles, trendy subway tiles, hexagon tiles, and many other white tiles that you like. If you take simple tiles, they can be covered with a very noticeable pattern. Highlight your tiles with contrasting grout, black, red, or even pink and you have a very cool bathroom or kitchen space. Enjoy!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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