Join us as we show off our friends' farmhouse spring wreath ideas. They are anything but ordinary. These farmhouse style wreaths will inspire you to think out of the box. You'll rethink what a wreath looks like and where to hang a wreath.
When you're ready for the weather to warm up, sometimes the best thing to do is to decorate for the weather you want. Hanging a spring farmhouse style wreath will allow you to feel the warmth of the sun right away. If you're ready for inspiration, wait no longer.
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FARMHOUSE SPRING WREATH IDEAS
From the showers of rain to the pollen, it sure feels like we have kicked off springtime here in Florida. So we decided to jump into spring decor with some amazing farmhouse spring wreath ideas.
CHERRY BLOSSOM FARMHOUSE SPRING WREATH
Hanging a spring wreath on a wooden cathedral window frame is breathtaking. It is how Donna, over at A Heartful Home, hung her cherry blossom wreath.
It might still be cool enough to enjoy your fireplace during the spring, so embrace it and hang your spring wreath right where you can enjoy it while enjoying the warmth.
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EUCALYPTUS SPRING WREATH
Kristi, from Making It In The Mountains, brought an antique door into her home and uses it as a lovely decor piece. There's no better way to adorn a statement piece like that than with a beautiful eucalyptus spring wreath.
The pale green color of eucalyptus is the right subtle color needed for a spring wreath. One of the great things about it is it is easily accented with so many different flowers.
This little corner is dainty and ready for spring.
FARMHOUSE SPRING WREATH IDEAS WITH GREENERY
If this look Jessica Giffin has created in her home doesn't have you feeling ready for spring and Easter, we don't know what does.
This isn't a true wreath by definition, but it is stunning and out of the box. The simplicity of these greenery sprigs frames this sweet quote with perfection.
FLOWER BASKET LID SPRING WREATH
This vintage piece is truly a farmhouse style. Sarah, from Heart And Oak Home, has created this beautiful spring wreath out of a basket lid.
Shiplap has never been accented with a better wreath than this one.
BURLAP FARMHOUSE SPRING WREATH
This entryway nook is truly welcoming. The burlap wreath has sweet springtime flowers adorning it. The neutral tone from the burlap and the pops of color from the flowers encompass the farmhouse look.
BOXWOOD BUNNY SPRING PANTRY WREATH
A pantry door is a perfect place for a spring wreath. The addition of a bunny enhances the feel of springtime.
Tamela, from White Blossom Home, even accessorized above her pantry with carrots which tie to the spring bunny wreath.
PEONIES FLORAL FARMHOUSE SPRING WREATH
It's stunning and allows the sunshine through in so many places.
The fern stems and peonies look ready for spring.
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FRONT DOOR FARMHOUSE SPRING FLOWER FILLED WREATH
Working with flowers is what Charlie Quartley does. So, it's a no brainer when the season changes, for her to make her own floral wreath with spring colors.
This wreath pops on her beautiful blue farmhouse front door.
SPRING WREATH MADE FROM YELLOW RAIN BOOTS
Our friend Kristi, from The Pickled Rose, wrote a blog post with instructions on making this DIY spring wreath made from yellow rain boots.
This wreath screams spring! It's an inexpensive little project and it emphases the saying, “April Showers Bring May Flowers.” Don't you agree?
A BOHO SPRINGTIME PORCH WREATH
We share in another post 5 Spring Decorating Ideas For A Small Front Porch. It's no surprise that the centerpiece of the porch is a wreath on the door. The surprise is the look of this boho hoop wreath. It's gorgeous and dainty.
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Have you loved seeing our friend's out of the ordinary farmhouse spring wreath ideas? We think they are lovely and hope that you feel inspired to go with a new look or hang your wreath in a new place this springtime.
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