I haven’t showed you a lot of our dining space, mainly because it has never look exactly the way I want it to. You see, there are two large walls with angled ceilings and I’ve had the hardest time decorating this space. Well, if you follow me on Instagram you’ll know that the other day I snagged this large vintage window for $35! I knew exactly where it was going. It was the perfect size for one of the large walls.
After hanging the window up, it was begging for a little spring decor. So, I went a little unconventional (shocking) and added some chalkboard bunting and a Moss Spring Wreath.
It was just the perfect amount of accessorizing.
The wreath was one of those things that just kind of happened. It wasn’t anything like I had planned.
I started with a basic straw wreath and wrapped it in a thick cream yarn (I want a sweater made out of this, anyone?)
Then, I added a black color block and tied on some branches straight from our yard.
For the moss monogram, I took a wooden ‘W’ I’ve had around the house forever and hot glued sheets of moss onto it. The biggest struggle was figuring out how to put the monogram onto the wreath. I knew hot glue wouldn’t hold so I put a staple in the back and looped a ribbon through. Then tied it onto the wreath.
I think this wreath could actually work year round and it’s probably going to stay like this for a while :)
You may also like my Moss Monogram Door Sign form last year too!