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Summer is here, which means you have the perfect excuse to redecorate — and why not start with the front door? Amazon just marked down a ton of summer-y wreaths, and they start at just $15.
Whether it is to add a pop of color or texture, you're sure to find your perfect addition for a cheerful welcome to guests — or just to put a smile on your face when you come home.
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Check out our favorite summer wreaths below:
Colorful Cherry Blossoms
This unique wreath is handmade and adds a hint of charm to your front door. Embellished with green eucalyptus leaves and mauve and cherry blossom flowers, it adds a garden-inspired touch to any front door. "Even prettier than the picture," said one gushing reviewer. "It is so cheerful on my apartment door!"
This wreath exudes the perfect summery feel with its radiant wildflowers surrounded by green leaves and durable branches. Just take it out of the box, give it a little fluff, and viola: a breathtaking portal to your home. "Take the time to fluff this up," shared one genius shopper. "I put it on a round placemat and put a glass candle holder in the middle. This makes a beautiful table centerpiece!"
Lush tea leaves and colorful flowers lend a pretty touch to any door — or use it as a centerpiece for your next dinner party. "I love this spring wreath! I put it inside the house because I'd like to see it often, besides I don't want our neighbors to be jealous about our wreath," raved one reviewer.
These classic eucalyptus leaves are silk so they never fall off, and the accompanying berries are made of foam, so they won't wither or rot.
Right now, it is available for 42% off the original price — a steal! Plus, it looks gorgeous year-round.
"Pictures don't do it justice," shared a shopper. "I searched for a week for the perfect eucalyptus wreath. I finally decided on this one. The reason this one is better and stands out from the others is because of the way it is designed. I love how this one fans out. It makes it way more interesting and much more beautiful to the eyes in comparison to the bushy ones. The way this fans out is GORGEOUS!"
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