Here's another prototype for the holiday wreath reinterpreted. To give it that homespun California vibe I thought about the idea of using the rich and resplendent branches of native west coast Manzanita. Now this wreath was a prototype so you're only seeing the idea of a wreath made of Manzanita trimmings. The completed wreath would be a full, bountiful bundle of trimmings adorned with festive flora.
The flora of choice seen here consists of sculptural Aeonium rosettes, stunning starbursts of blue sapphire Eryngium, and a variety of chic, sleek, and 'rustique' Eucalyptus capsules also commonly referred to as 'Gum Nuts'. I think the look is simple yet cool and Californian. I call it Sierra sophistication. What do you think of this idea?