Do you have a blank wall in your hallway or entry and a small budget? This project is similar to the farmhouse window paired with a wreath that we’ve all seen on Pinterest but this look is bit more modern and fills a space well. It’s simple and easy and takes no time at all - follow along with me...
-1 large green wreath
-3 narrow wood frames without the glass and backer
-3M Command Removable Interlocking Fasteners
For this project I recommend buying or making a large green wreath made with boxwood, fern, or magnolia. You could instead use 3 small green wreaths, one for each frame but I feel you get a more unified look when using the one wreath. Make sure your wreath is about 1.5-2x the width of one frame’s width. I found these particular decorative frames for $2.99 each at Ocean State Job Lot that inspired this project. When I saw them in store, I knew exactly what to do with them. I used these in a hallway for a client and I think it looks so sweet in this bright hallway. And what a steal for $2.99 a piece! They’re painted MDF in an off white and distressed. If you can’t find them at your local OSJL, I found a similar product here at Hobby Lobby.
Take your frames and attach the Command Removable Fasteners to the back of the frames. Place the strips on the right and left sides of the back. Be sure to hang them at eye level. Eye level means to hang piece so the focal point or center point is 5 feet above the ground. Not too high, people! Use a long level and line up each frame next to the other using the center frame as a guide. Don’t worry about getting them to line up perfectly on the first try, they can always be adjusted because of those handy 3M strips you used. Thank goodness for this invention! No holes and no stress. These strips are my go to, especially when hanging a piece I may want to change out like seasonal wall decor or art in the kids rooms as they grow.
Next attach your wreath to the center frame using floral wire by wrapping it around the wreath and around the top center of the middle frame. Stand back and admire! You’ve created a large gorgeous statement piece for little money (if you’re a bargain hunter like me). If you copy this look or are inspired to create something similar, have fun with this and leave me some comments and pics to let me know how it went.
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Hi, I’m Liz Shea! I’m a former elementary school teacher with a background in constructing interior finishes. As a lover of pretty spaces, I’m not only passionate about creating peaceful, fresh and functional interiors, I also love sharing my knowledge of construction and design. My hope is you’ll learn here so you may be inspired to take on your own home projects. Thanks for reading!
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