DIY Black & White Farmhouse Wreath

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This DIY black & white wreath idea is perfect for a farmhouse inspired look on the front door and I’m thrilled to share it with you today as part of a sponsored campaign with Therma-Tru Benchmark, available exclusively at Lowe’s. DIY Black & White Farmhouse Wreath

Black & White Farmhouse Style

Is anyone else a little obsessed with the black & white farmhouse look?! I definitely am! Not only are we gearing up for a kitchen remodel where we will paint the cabinets white and add black accents, but we recently did a black & white banister makeover. We also painted our bathroom vanity to create a black & white look in our guest bathroom. Black Banister Living RoomSo, it probably comes as no surprise that when it was time to pick out a new Therma-Tru Benchmark door earlier this year, we went with black for the inside!

Black Fiberglass Front Door

You guys, I LOVE this new door!! We selected a beautiful Therma-Tru Benchmark door and it’s been such a wonderful change! We were able to have the door designed to be gray on the outside and black on the inside! Swoon! The change has been SO dramatic (be sure to see the whole front door makeover  here if you’d like to see just how terrible our front door was before).Grey Front DoorNot only does the door look SO much nicer (and matches our cute pup much better 😉 ), but it’s fiberglass, high performance and energy efficient! The gray looks fabulous on the outside (and will look even better as soon as we paint the house), but I especially love the door on the inside of the house! So, I decided it was time to show off the door even more and get a lovely wreath put on it! Black & White Home DecorThe door…the wreath…the dog! I mean – they all go together so beautifully! Obsessed. 😉 Seriously though, the black door with the farmhouse-style wreath really makes for a beautiful focal point in the room.

How to Make a Farmhouse Wreath 

I love the way simplicity of this and the color contrast of the black and white on the burlap. Just like our fall floral burlap wreath, it didn’t take much time to make this farmhouse wreath! Black & White WreathThe unique thing about this wreath is the addition of the sign to the inside of the wreath! I found an already-made sign that fit exactly perfectly for the inside of the 16″ wreath. If you can’t find something that works, you can always do a DIY sign. The rest of materials are pretty standard – ribbon, flowers, and hot glue! Easy peasy! Making a farmhouse wreathJust like the fall floral wreath, I was able to pick everything up for this at a local craft store. The wreath form came already wrapped in burlap. Then, I wrapped the wreath in a black & white check ribbon and placed the sign in the middle. I didn’t want the florals to overpower everything, so I only covered about 1/3 of the wreath with them. I used 3 black flowers and 3 white, plus the white twig floral picks. And that’s it! It’s SUPER easy! You can have the whole thing done in less than 20 minutes!
Black Front Door WreathI LOVE the look! Plus, it’s something that works throughout the whole year if you want. You could even just swap out the signs in the middle for different holidays for added versatility!
So, consider making a lovely wreath for the inside of your door! And be sure to check out Therma-Tru Benchmark if you’re considering a new door purchase. Just be sure to read our top things to consider when buying a new door before you buy!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Therma-Tru Benchmark, exclusively available at Lowe’s.

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I’m Sara, a mom to three adorable boys living in the Arizona desert. As a former teacher, I love sharing my passions with others. So, have a look around for creative inspiration about cooking, creating, celebrating, traveling with kids, and more everyday mom endeavors!


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