Welcome back to the Maura Collection blog where we bring you the very best in our artificial flower arrangements and more. Now, December is finally upon us and we are looking forward to the tidings of joy, the get togethers with friends and family and the feasting that this season brings. We simply love the Winter months and just because it is cold outside doesn’t mean that your home can’t have a welcoming warmth to it.
We’ve chosen some of our artificial garlands that can spruce up your home, wherever you may be able to place them, and add a fantastic festive touch.
On Your Front Door
Welcome your guests before they enter your home with a fabulous garland. We’ve chosen the Flax Wreath as a way to create an inviting and welcoming feel to your property. The delicate piece is made from dried flax and this particular style can be found in homes across Europe. In particular, this design offers a great texture, the round buds, the smooth branches and the shades of white and cream all combine to create a really appealing way to decorate your front door.
In the Living Room
Our Jace (40) wall hanger is simply wonderful. What’s more, the neutral tones and colour scheme work wonderfully with most interiors be they more rustic or contemporary. Like the old advert goes, the Jace is for life and not just for Christmas! This fresh design is perfect for all times of year and really offers great value for those looking for a beautiful centrepiece for their living room. We’ve dressed the wall hanger with great greens that create a light and airy feel. You can add whatever you want to create contrasts in colour and texture.
From the Rafters
Ho ho ho, what do we have here? Why our Vibrant Wreath! This really is a stunning garland and we think that the colours, shades and textures combine ever so elegantly. Bold reds, soft green and neutral taupe adds a festively refined feel to the wreath. This would look simply fabulous hangin gfrom the rafters in a barn style home although you could happily prop this on a mantlepiece above a fireplace.
What is your favourite garland? How would you hang them? Leave a comment below and let us know your thoughts!