Fragile wreaths of dried berries and twigs could make it another year if they're stored carefully. Meanwhile, artificial wreaths can stay decorated and fluffy for next year. "If your wreath is particularly large or heavily decorated, consider wrapping it loosely in plastic and hanging it from a nail on an attic rafter or wall peg," advises Schneider.
You can also try one of these crush-proof containers. They may take up more space than their softer storage counterparts, but they'll do a better job protecting what's inside. They can be stacked, or hung on walls by mounting holes on the back.
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