Here are my Christmas 2022 top picks for winter garlands to use in your home this year. Garlands tend to sell out quickly so if you are in the market I would suggest starting looking now.
In fact, a couple of garlands that I had initially added to this were sold out and I had to delete them
What to Look For When Buying Artificial Garlands:
Before you buy new garlands first figure out how much you are going to need to decorate this year. I admittedly always either over or under buy!!
Garlands come in a variety of sizes with 5 and 6 feet being the most commonly available.
Then you have to decide do you want a plain green garland or one that is already embellished. I like to add things to my garland and change up my decorating styles year to year so I usually go with plain green garlands.
Last year I did invest in real-touch garlands for my home. They were pricey but they will last for years and look incredibly real without the mess indoors.
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Top Winter Garland Picks for 2022
- 1. Target Mixed Floral Garland $30
- 2. Target Studio McGee Pine & Juniper $55
- 3. Target Pine Cone & Yellow Ribbon $30
- 4. Afloral Real Touch Norfolk Pine $58
- 5. Target Prelit Needle Pine $40
- 6. Walmart Pinecone & Pomegranate $23
- 7. Walmart Cyprus Garland w/ Pinecones $20
- 8. Frosted Berry Garland $28
- 9. Afloral Real Touch Spruce & Pinecone $68
- 10. Red Berry Garland $28
- 11. Holiday Time Greenery $20
- 12. Walmart Greener Garland $28
- 13. Afloral Real Touch Cedar $58
Ways to Decorate with Garlands
Let me show you a few ways that I have decorated my home with garlands in the past to give you some ideas.
Here I hung an old window frame up on my wall and draped a cedar garland over the top. Then I hung my DIY jingle bell wreath in the center. You can see more of the room here.
Over my kitchen windows, I draped 2 garlands across for a festive touch. On the garland, I added dried orange slices, cinnamon sticks, and red berries. For more holiday inspiration check out the rest of my classic red & green kitchen.
I’m going to let you in on my #1 best tip for making full-looking garlands around your door!
Grab some real garlands…they don’t have to be the expensive kind just the basic ones (I get mine at Trader Joe’s) and wrap a faux garland and a real garland together. It’s even easier if you have a pre-lit garland because you won’t have the string lights too!!
See my Easy Winter Porch Decorating Tips for a little outdoor inspiration for Christmas!
cottage on bunker hill
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