There are two types of people in this world. Those who love wreaths, and those who don’t.
For those who love wreaths, we have at least four on hand at all times (one for each season of course), but may have up to 12 (wreath-of-the-month anyone?) We know that wreaths aren’t just for the front door. They can go on cabinets, walls, over the mantle, and even in the bathroom.
As for those who don’t love wreaths, I don’t understand those type of people. For the rest of us, here are seven swoon-worthy summer wreaths that will have you itching to have just one more.
The beach is my happy place. I’m fairly certain I could sit on the beach all day every day and be perfectly content. I love the shells on this wreath, but that little net in the corner is the perfect finishing touch.
You can’t help but smile when a bright yellow sun is right in front of you. I love the unique way this wreath is crochet, such a beautiful texture, and it would last for years.
Another fun yellow wreath is to use lemons. This natural look has a pop of color and screams summer time with lemonade on the mind. Make it soft and thin, or bushy and thick. Lemons and greenery can be found at your craft store, or some dollar stores.
Pinwheels are the stuff of childhood. They are bright, colorful, fun, and simple. This wreath is easy to customize to match the décor of your home. You can make it bright and colorful, or simple and subdued, the possibilities are endless.
Nothing is more simple than a grapevine wreath, and it doesn’t get more patriotic than a beautifully draped flag. I love this idea, and the heart-shape grapevine gives it the perfect touch.
Baseball and summer go together like hot dogs and apple pie. (Come to think of it, they should serve pie at baseball games). In the meantime, I’m definitely whipping up this adorable burlap baseball wreath to ring in summer like a champ.
It doesn’t get much more colorful than this beautiful fabric floral wreath. I love how many different types of flowers they crammed into this wreath. The small greens, sprigs of berries, and ribbon pieces bring it all together.
This is one of my favorite burlap wreaths. It’s vibrant and colorful without being overdone. I love the sign in the middle too, what a unique idea to deliver the perfect summer message.
For a more subdued summer look make your own succulent wreath. You can buy fake succulents and hot glue them to a moss wreath, or go natural. Cut succulent pieces an dlet them dry for a few days, which stimulates new roots to grow. Place them in a moss wreath, giving room to grow. Don’t hang it up until the roos have fully grown (several months). You will need to water the wreath by submerging the moss base once a month.