What signals the arrival of the festive season better than a luxury Christmas wreath? Christmas door decorations are often the first Yuletide symbol to warmly greet guests into your humble abode, and not only that, they’re there to give you a sense of Christmas spirit every time you leave and return home. Choosing wisely, therefore, matters greatly.
With this round-up of the nine best wreaths, you’re set to find a new addition to your Christmas decor collection that will ensure the most festive of first impressions.
A subtly contemporary update on the classic evergreen Christmas wreath, this slender piece fuses bay and sage leaves, pine cones and delicate twigs with a dusting of winter frost. Consider it too as a wreath for adorning interior doors or as a table’s centrepiece with a hurricane vase inside.
A less-than-expected Christmas door idea is to take your Christmas scheme down the Art Deco route. This silver-centric wreath will get you off to a strong start with metallic shards as opposed to foliage and berries. It’s a bedazzling pairing whether your front door furniture is brass, chrome or black ironmongery.
If a fuller arrangement is more to your taste than our first delicate Christmas wreath, consider this full-on frosted woodland spectacle. A dense composition of different types of fir and large pine cones, it undoubtedly channels ‘enchanted forest’ vibes—ideal for playing on the magic of Christmastime.
Christmas and lustre go hand in hand—something that this next door decoration exemplifies. Golden magnolia leaves and mistletoe-like pearls come together to create a festive spectacle that you’d be forgiven for believing was an antique decoration passed down through the years.
Moving into evergreen territory, this wreath is characterised by its step-away from tradition. Instead of using fir to build its foliage bed, it relies on verdant bay, silvered olive and feathered sprigs. Add to that a generous scattering of two pine cone varieties and the texture only gets all the more abundant.
Do Christmas differently with this next decoration. Feminine, glamorous and guaranteed to set hearts aflutter, it features nothing but luxuriously soft feathers to capture the magic. The muted taupe colourway is the perfect foil to metallic, glass, ceramic and mecurised decorations so use it indoors to devise a beguiling festive palette.
It wouldn’t be right to not include the archetypal bushy pine Christmas wreath. This design, though, is deliberately pared-back to celebrate a classic in all its glory. No fir cones, no holly berries, no glitter, no fairy lights, just pure and simple Christmas greenery.
If you’re a bit of a maximalist, this densely packed Christmas wreath is likely to be a contender. Hues of mulled wine, spruce green and antiqued silver intertwine while varying examples of seasonal flora overlap to provide dramatic texture in droves. A statement made indeed.
And finally, a contemporary rendition of the evergreen wreath that entrusts trend-led eucalyptus to capture the Christmas spirit. Being understated and unobtrusive, the small silver-blue tinted leaves lend themselves to being hung from a wall, not just a door. Or hang one on ribbon on a window to be appreciated from an interior or exterior viewpoint.