Here in Utah, the crazy spring weather is hinting that we may see some warmer temps. In December, we all wish for snow and a cozy throw to snuggle by the fire. In April we need to get outside! We need some green!! Pretty, please??? I see posts from friends around the country begging for the snow to STOP! Here’s wishing us all some spring green!
Waiting for some shoots to emerge from the ground has gotten old, so I’ve taken to the internet to find some. Patience is not one of my strong suits ok? While I was looking and wishing, I found myself in the mood for some spring loveliness on my front door as well (mainly to tell the outside that I’m declaring it IS spring!)
My house is a linen color with white trim. Basically in the warmer months it looks white, so I’m thinking a new wreath in the purple family would be nice. I also would like to take down my pinecone wreath from my dining room (don’t judge me), and I’ve been looking for some plain green there as well, perhaps boxwood?
I need some spring green! So I went shopping at Amazon. Yippee!
And I’m sharing my finds with you!!
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Just toss these in a pretty white bowl or even a dough bowl alongside a candle or two for a pop of green on your coffee table or as a centerpiece on your dining table.
I love olive branches. Somehow they add a wistfulness of the Mediterranean. This wreath would be super for a front door but I also love a wreath atop a mirror or glass paned window as a wall hanging.
More olive stems! They’re so simple. Imagine them in a blue glass wine carafe or clear glass vase.
17-inch Boxwood Wreath
Boxwood is my go-to for indoor wreaths, but can be used beautifully on a front door as well.
17-inch Texas Sage with Lilac Eucalyptus
I love this one, despite the price! I need this on my front door. But can you see this as a centerpiece on a wedding table? Gorgeous!
Ah, the southern charm of Magnolia! It’s thick leaves make a beautiful yet simple statement. I could also see this piece as a candle centerpiece on a patio table.
I also love lavender. When we get our yard finished (right now we live in a lovely pile of rocks with a little dirt thrown in), I want to learn how to grow lavender. Isn’t this lovely?
I included this ‘easy green’ because it can easily change a boring tablescape to a spring or summer look. Go get you some moss! Add it to the bottom of a glass candle jar or lantern, with a candle sitting atop it.
There you have it! I know lots of you are still enduring snow and cold temperatures! Go get you some green! Amazon will bring it right to your door!
Maybe we can at least warm up our indoors with some green color, right?