Our Holiday Garland Guide

Fresh greenery is always my favorite way to style a space. Decorating for Christmas is no different. For me the best holiday looks have fresh green garland draped throughout the house. Although it is fun to have your tree up all month long, fresh cut garland is best when added right before Christmas. This week is the perfect time to add fresh garland that will still be vibrant and fragrant for next week’s celebrations. Take a look at today’s garland inspirations and Garland Guide for ideas and best greens to use.



Gray Malin

Pine garland creates a festive entrance to this classic white home. Love the pine mixed with lights, ribbon, pinecone and bright pops of color.


Monika Hibbs via The Glitter Guide

This is such a pretty cedar garland draping the banister of this fresh white home. Monika Hibbs knows how to do garland. Here it is beautifully tied up with rich blue velvet. But we’ve also shared other variations she’s done here and here.


Leclair Decor

A simple garland of fresh greens is a beautiful way to decorate your holiday table. Add a few candles or a string of mercury lights for a festive glow.


Alison Pickart via House Beautiful, photo: Erin Kunkel

The kitchen is the heart of many holiday parties and garland around the windows is such a pretty way to make it festive without losing counter space.


Francois et Moi

Drape garland over doorways and archways to invite guests into each entertaining space in your home. Add cedar to your mixed garland to get elegant draping like Francois et Moi.



Amy West McGee of Quince knows her greenery. Check her out here, and then add a fresh garland to your mantle. Here magnolia and eucalyptus add rich color and texture.

**Click Any Image Below to Shop.

Favorite Fresh Garlands


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *