This past year I discovered the awesomeness of grapevine garland. If any of my kids are reading my blog this morning there is a collective eye roll and a group text.
I guarantee you my boys could not identify grapevine garland despite it being in just about every room in our house.
One could argue, that this woody, twig garland is one of the most universal decor staples.
It adds height, dimension, depth, character, warmth, and most importantly…
it hides dust.
Even the “scraps” are great for filler and small accessories. And it is not a space hog. Grapevine garland can be stored flat (which why would you ever need to store it?), but it stores easily.
In my house, it is a year-round staple.
Are you ready? Let’s take a look at ideas on how to add grapevine garland tojust about any space.
5 IDEAS TO USE GRAPEVINE GARLAND
I love garland in my planters.
Twig-like garland is perfect for planters. It is like a good bra- it elevates and lifts.
This twiggy garland has the power to add volume and height. You can see last year’s fall porch here.
The twiggy garland holds up well in wind, rain or snow. So it works well for all holidays and seasons.
THINK OF GARLAND LIKE A SCARF
Grapevine works like a scarf. It adds a bit of warmth and texture around the neck or in this case around the milk can.
If you have a bucket and it needs a little help add a bit of grapevine.
WREATHS + CENTERPIECES
Grapevine beefs up wreaths. It adds a little depth to just your everyday wreath. I love to pair this woody garland with my boxwood wreaths.
My centerpieces almost always have a ring of grapevine around the middle.
I love to add garland to fresh greens during Christmas. It just adds a little extra something to the fresh branches.
Adding grapevine to plants is one of my favorite ways to use this twiggy garland. It makes sense to pair a plant with a twig, right?
Grapevine garland is the workhorse for small accessories like pots and planters.
I have purchased twiggy garland at Hobby Lobby, but on the weeks the garland is not on sale I I found this garland. .
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