As the days grow longer and the flowers start to bloom, we can’t think of a better way to welcome this vibrant season than by refreshing your home's exterior with some DIY flair. At Shea Homes®, we understand that your home is more than just a place to live — it's a canvas for your personal expression and a sanctuary that reflects the beauty of the community around you. This spring, let's channel the spirit of renewal and creativity into making our entrances welcoming and beautiful. Read on for some DIY wreath ideas that not only enhance the charm of your home, but also tie into the latest home-building trends to ensure your space is both modern and inviting.

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Farmhouse Chic: Rustic Burlap and Pastel Wreath
Incorporate the timeless appeal of farmhouse style into your porch decor with a DIY wreath made of burlap, which you can adorn with pastel flowers and greenery to add a pop of spring color. This trend celebrates simplicity and warmth, mirroring the community-centric design philosophy of Shea Homes® where every detail is crafted with care and attention.

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Nature-Inspired: Wood Slice and Wildflower Wreath
Bring a touch of nature to your front door with a wreath that celebrates the great outdoors. Use a wood slice as a unique base and arrange wildflowers and ferns around it — this design is a nod to the integration of natural elements of your Colorado home, creating spaces that blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living. You’ll love the feeling you get every time you come home and see your front door!

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Modern Minimalism: Geometric Greenery Wreath
For those who lean towards a more contemporary aesthetic, a geometric wreath offers a fresh and minimalistic approach. Try using a simple metal ring as your base and decorate it with a selection of succulents or air plants — this decor not only looks sleek and modern, but also echoes the innovative and sustainable building practices that are a hallmark of Shea Homes®.

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Bright and Bold: Colorful Ribbon Wreath
Make a statement with a wreath that bursts with color. Choose ribbons in various shades that evoke spring and tie them around a wreath form — this vivid decor piece reflects the expressive architectural elements often found in our beloved Centennial State, encouraging homeowners to boldly personalize their space. Your neighbors are sure to be impressed by your intrepid style!

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Eco-Friendly Elegance: Recycled Material Wreath
In line with the Shea Homes® commitment to sustainability, create a beautiful wreath using recycled materials. Old book pages, repurposed fabric, or even plastic bottles can be transformed into flowers and decorations for your eco-friendly wreath. This project adds charm to your porch and aligns with those who are environmentally-conscious and want to do their part to keep our beautiful home planet clean.

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Embracing the DIY spirit for your spring porch decor not only adds a personal touch to your home, but also reflects the craftsmanship and quality that Shea Homes® has become known for. As you bring these ideas to life, remember that each addition is a reflection of your unique style and the lovely community you're a part of. This spring, let your porch be a testament to the beauty of home-building with Shea Homes® — where every detail is designed to make your life a truly special experience.

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