How to Style Your Holiday Greenery
There are few things more festive and fool-proof than bringing the outdoors in…
and whether you opt for natural or faux greenery, a little bit can go a long way in bringing a fresh yet rustic feeling to any space. We love experimenting with unique ways to style our holiday greenery and find that sometimes the most unexpected placement brings the most interest.
If you’re looking for last-minute seasonal decor inspiration, keep scrolling to see some of our favorite, unique ways to style holiday your festive flora.
Garlands are the perfect way to add a lot of texture and color easily, and they can be shaped in a lot of different forms to bring instant life to every vignette. We love draping them off to one side on a mantel, styling them on shelving, tying them with ribbon on banisters, and placing them unexpectedly throughout the home for added interest.
On the mantle:
On banisters + stair railings:
We love using mini trees to add a subtle amount of festivity to front door looks, entryways, or even in the kitchen! Placed in a basket and strung with some lights or left bare, they are the perfect way to introduce an element of seasonality to every corner.
On front porches:
In holiday vignettes:
In the kitchen:
While we love styling wreaths on front doors, they can be styled all over the home! Hung in a window, on a mirror, or even on your kitchen hood, they bring an unexpected holiday element that is as playful as it is sophisticated.
Hi Shea. I was wondering if you would comment on how you and your staff affix/hold in place your wreaths and garland. I just moved into a new house and I know you did too. I can’t imagine you are nailing/racking things in place? Hoping you have a good secret to share. Thanks in advance!:)
I’m no Shea 😉 but I use the 3M Command Hooks, I love that they don’t peel my paint when I take them down at the end of the season. I purchased some greenery from McGee & Co this season, and everything is staying in place nicely with the command hooks.