winner’s wreath


After eight years (yikes!) in the same apartment, I’ve been working on a refresh. I find that my refreshes occur in cycles, and it’s been a few years since the last update. So I’ve been hard at work making some changes. I spent our summer week off repainting the living room and am now looking for new art options. I love this winner’s wreath; it’s sparkly, and at 53″ wide, it’s large enough to make a statement. I also love that it gives a little nod to my equestrian roots without being overtly horse-y. Check it out and buy ($145) from Red. — Amy Azzarito

  1. Love this gold wreath, what an inspired design and perfect for the festive home!

  2. Oh, Ooh, I likey! I love sparkles, hehe

  3. Jessvii says:

    I used to be an equestrian too! Perhaps an entire equestrian-themed post is in order? (:: hint ::)

    Any time people try to think “equestrian”, they usually only come up with riding boots, a riding helmet, horseshoes, and/or an English-country-style portrait of a horse. Thank you for doing something refreshing and new :)

  4. alison says:

    I would check it out but apparently i’m not allowed because i’m in australia?? what the?! very disappointing, i feel like i’m being kept out of a secret club!! :(

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