Leopard and burlap wreath.

Today I finally got to revamping a wreath for a client.  She brought it to me in a sad state.  It needed to be enhanced desperately!  I wanted to transform it from "cute" to "elegant"
Here it is when it arrived at my house, minus a few large pumpkins that I thought made it look too fussy.
I added some orange berries and a few other florals.
I also added some bark because that makes a wreath look so much more relaxed. I kept the gorgeous orange leaves.
Added a gourd and 2 metallic pumpkins along with a orange bow.
I layered the burlap with the leopard ribbon to make it more substantial.  Anytime you layer textures it looks so beautiful.  Layering is the trick to any good design.
Small pops of white florals make the wreath come together.
I hung it on my door, I may have to steal it!  If you look closely, you can see my favorite wicker pumpkin on top of my column.
Here it is AFTER!
Oops, it has moved from the front door to my living room door.  It looks beautiful with my tapestry from India.
 Watch out Lisa, it may not be yours after all!
I'm almost at the end of my journey of being off my feet for 2 weeks.  Whew, this has not been easy.  It's time like today where I've snuck up and hobbled into my work area to produce something beautiful.  Looking forward to getting out and about next week!  I've almost forgotten how to drive.  I have become incredibly good at working on my laptop creating design plans.  It has forced me to be extra productive and for that I'm thankful!
Visit my website,  DecRenew Interiors to see more before and after photos as well as my Design Portfolio.