The holidays are upon us and there is no better way to get festive than with a wreath! Rod Works has a wide variety of ribbons and trinkets to spice up wreaths of any shape or size.
Jordan Robinson is here to show us how to bring some life to an average wreath.
Signs- During the holidays we carry a variety of signs that fit your decor style. There are Halloween signs, Fall signs, Thanksgiving signs, and Christmas signs. All of which come in different color and styles to fit the decor you already may have.
Picks/Sprigs- These items bring texture/dimension to your wreath. There are picks that have pumpkins, or leaves that would be perfect for Halloween/Fall. Sometimes they can even be covered in glitter which brings a touch of sparkle that every front door needs.
Ribbon- This is the most important! Above all else, when in doubt ribbon is what sets a regular wreath apart from a spectacular one. You can have as many signs or picks in your wreath as you want, but it won’t look how you want it to without a touch of ribbon! Ribbon is a cheap and easy way to decorate your wreath. There are also many different ways to tie a bow or knot on your wreath!
Wreath Hangers- Depending on how big or small your wreath is, you will want to pick the right wreath hanger. For smaller wreaths a command hook is the way to go! They are small and do not take away from the wreath. For larger wreaths it is good to have a larger hook that accommodates the size. Some wreath hangers will have designs that can add to the decor of the wreath!
Ways to Style a Fall Table
Use fake leaves, pinecones, pumpkins or bring them from outside
Reminds you of a cornucopia or an overflowing Thanksgiving dish
Balance the neutral colors with bright berries and leaves
Simple, reminds you of the transition from fall to winter
With or without leaves
Bring white in to focus your eye through the metallic
“Serving” Fall to you
Great use for tiered tray
Could use real pumpkins and gourds
Add little touches like the birds and corn
Texture helps separate individual pumpkins
Magnolia leaves and Succulents
Brings green into the oranges of fall
Foliage presents the simple candle
Use for a small table for maximum effect
Tis’ the season for spooks and thrills! Rod Works has bewitching home decor that no one can resist.
Jordan Robinson is here to show us how to add a touch of Halloween to everyday home decor items that we all have.
Lanterns- They are a poplar staple piece item that can be switched out for any season. Put in fillers that match the season. Pumpkins, leaves, or sticks are a unique way to fill them up.
Glass Jars- Another home item that can have anything put in them. Candy Corns, or any of your favorite Halloween treat is a cute addition to these jars. They will make you and your visitors happy when they can sneak a treat out of these cute creations!
Candle sticks- They aren’t just made for candles. Pumpkins, signs, witches…you name it, all look darling on them. If you decide to stick with a candle…add Halloween ribbon or beads to make them match the season!
Wreaths- We all have them. Even the simplest wreath can turn into the most extravagant piece of decor. Adding a cute “boo” or “haunted” sign, ribbon, and fun spooky sprigs can transform your scary wreath into the most frighteningly cute one on the block!
The weather has already started to cool down so some of you may be itching to make your home match the fall weather.
Today we would like to share how to use your neutral home decor pieces and add fall touches.
First, we thought we’d share some neutral home decor pieces you may have all year around.
Most of our lanterns are neutral, like this one. Frames that don’t have a design or color specific to one season are neutral.
Most neutral decor items are creams, Brown, muted greens, and whites. Accessories in these colors will match with almost any season and is good to consider when styling your space anytime of the year.
So once you have your neutral decor pieces it’s easy to add simple touches. You can fill the lantern with some case fillers like our pumpkins. We carry many sprays and floral pieces you can add to your letters, frames, or vases.
Our last idea is to use a shelf as a way to display a festive sign. We carry small signs for each season. And for fall we have this Harvest sign that you can hand together.
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It’s “time” to decorate with clocks! At Rod Works we love clocks and carry all types of styles and sizes.
We all know how to put a clock on a wall. But there’s so much more you can do with a clock. We are sharing seven easy and creative clock decorating ideas that you need to know!
1. Use the clock like a shelf. You will need a large clock with a flat top. You can place trinkets or a small case on top.
2. Take some ribbon and tie it to the top of the clock.
3. Add some greenery to your clock. Take a flexible spray or leaf strand and wrap it around he clock.
4. For thin clocks add a stand. We carry several different sizes and styles. The stand can make a simple clock more ornate.
5. Use a pedestal to elevate a clock. Different elevations adds interest in a display.
6. Use clocks as book ends. Make sure they’re heavy.
7. Make a collage of clocks on a wall. Use different sizes. You can use all the same color, like gold would be classy. Or change l up the colors.