A Williamsburg Wreath

Since we live in an historic neighborhood, and our townhouse has a very colonial/Williamsburg style facade, I try to respect that when adding simple Christmas decorations the public will see.

 

 

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I love boxwood wreaths, and think they give a nice nod to the past.

 

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Our door is a very dark blackish green, and just the boxwood wouldn’t show up much at all.  To add some color, I attached a simple plaid wired bow that matches the bows in our courtyard, and some red wooden apples.

 

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I was afraid the birds and squirrels would pick at real apples, so these wooden ones are the next best thing. I attached them using a glue gun.

 

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Lucky for me, a neighborhood greenhouse makes the boxwood wreaths, so I know this one is fresh.  Also, it gives me the chance to once again support a small family-owned local business.

 

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This wreath, two evergreens in pots, and electric candles in our windows complete the decorations in the front.  It all fits right in with the character of the neighborhood.

 

Take care.

Comments

  1. says

    Love it! And yes, boxwood is just beautiful. I use small wooden apples in a glass bowl on the table, stick in a few Nandina stems and maybe a magnolia leaf: instant holiday decor.
    Looking forward to your post re. D.C.!!