Forget the fake foliage and go for real greens. These winter-ready branches are perfect for the season and add a hint of natural color to any home or front door.
Don’t hold back because of tradition. If bold color and lots of glitter are your thing, rock the style in wreath form. This dazzler looks pretty magnificent against a dark background.
Feel a festive DIY project coming on? This
Scandinavian décor is understated elegance at its best. Same goes for this simple stunner. Stick with neutrals and one vibrant hue.
A boxwood wreath is always in style. Personalize yours with a wide ribbon that looks great against your front door. This striped choice keeps the look current.
Here’s an idea: Take that green wreath that’s hiding in your storage closet, add eucalyptus branches and a fresh bunch of frosted pinecones, and you have a brand new decoration. Now that’s what we call up-cycling.
Unexpected? Yes. But that’s what makes this little beauty so much fun. Antlers, feathers, dried berries, and twigs are the perfect touch to a modern rustic home.
For the ultimate modern wreath: Twist a grouping of branches into a teardrop shape, fasten, and hang. Instant minimalist decoration.
Into neutrals? Try a wreath of washed-out woods. This one looks gorgeous with a traditional garland.
Of course glam has a place in holiday décor. This deeply-hued feather wreath adds style to a fashionable space.
Copper is a hot ticket décor item right now, and it works for the holidays, too. Try your hand at this
Sometimes a grouping looks better than one. Purchase boughs of your favorite greenery (eucalyptus, pine, juniper, and olive branches work nicely), and wrap around wire. Hang with ribbon or twine.
Sometimes simple is best. These mini pine branch wreaths, tied to string, prove holiday style doesn’t have to be over the top.
How fun is this air plant wreath? Adorned with itty bitty berries and a few well-placed golden leaves, the look is unexpected and cool.
This little decoration manages to combine many natural elements that work well together. It’s the perfect way to add touch of cheer to a knob or hook.
We love the look of this angular olive brand wreath. With the matching green ribbon, this baby is pure modern.
Sideline those stubby pine wreaths, and try out a shaggy look for a modern rustic feel. The dark color against the wood doors is so spot on. In this case, two is even better than one.
An unassuming fireplace, sans mantel, calls for decoration that doesn’t overwhelm. A willowy wreath adds a feminine touch to a stark space. And it definitely won’t go unnoticed.
Looking for a wreath that goes from fall straight through to the New Year? Deck the halls with a fresh flower ornament. Swap out fall colors for reds, greens, or whites as you wish. This one works any time of year.
A contemporary space calls for ornaments that match. Try out a gold wreath in a geometric design. Artistic and modern, but still has that holiday feel.