Nothing says “happy holidays” quite like a festive wreath hanging from your front door, sitting in your window, or perched on your mantle. Whether you prefer more natural wreaths with real greenery or statement wreaths made from unique elements and materials, here are 21 wreaths you can buy or make yourself this holiday season.
Buy Your Wreath This Season
Buying a high quality Christmas wreath is an investment in your holiday decor. They last for years. and as long as your tastes don’t change too much, they’ll continue to be used for years to come. Here are 7 modern wreaths you can buy this winter.
1. This minimal himmeli wreath is perfect for people who want to hang a wreath but don’t necessarily want the typical red and green Christmas colors.
Geometric wreath from Heart of Home Design.
2. This full bodied berry wreath would add a festive welcome to any front door.
Berry Wreath from CB2
3. This modern wreath featuring cardboard snowflakes creates a geometric looking wreath that’s both festive and unique.
Cardboard Snowflake Wreath from Rastall and Daughters
4. The felt balls in various holiday colors on this modern wreath make it the perfect addition to the front door.
Felt Ball Sparkle Wreath from West Elm
5. This white wreath would look just like a modern snowflake hanging from inside your window.
KEHÄKUKKA White Hanging Himmeli from Lauha Store
6. Bunches of grey and white felt give this monochrome wreath a textured look and a festive feel.
Monochrome Christmas wreath from Mellsva
7. This wooden wreath with festive screen-printed baubles on it would be great in any mid century modern home.
Red Screenprinted Bauble Wreath from Gilbert13
Get Creative And Make Your Own Wreath
The holidays are a time when people like to start getting creative and using their hands to make things that they’d rather not buy, including wreaths. Here are 14 wreaths you can make to get your house feeling festive.
8. Rather than stick with the traditional round wreath, go for something a little more modern with this square one embellished with a bit of greenery and a couple of modern baubles.
Minimal Holiday Wreath by Make And Tell – instructions here
9. Decorate a circle with colorful clothes pins to create a simple, festive piece of decor.
Clothespin wreath by Allison Kreft Designs – instructions here.
10. Upcycle some old socks and turn them into a fun Christmas wreath.
Upcycled Christmas Wreath by NORTHSTORY – instructions here.
11. This star wreath made from twigs and natural greenery creates a Scandinavian Christmas feel and would work on any door or above any mantle.
Star wreath from Avenue Lifestyle – instructions here.
12. Create a wreath out of snowballs that will never melt using styrofoam balls.
Snowball Wreath by Daisy Mae Belle – instructions here.
13. Red dyed burlap makes for a bold and bright modern looking front door holiday wreath.
Burlap Circle Wreath by Little Birdie Secrets – instructions here.
14. The eucalyptus trend is still going strong, get in on it this holiday season with a wreath made from eucalyptus leaves and a few well placed berries.
Eucalyptus Christmas Wreath DIY from Treasures & Travels – instructions here.
15. Gluing wood beads to a wreath form is an easy way to create a Nordic looking wreath that can either be left with its natural finish or painted festive colors.
Wooden Bead Wreath by Sweet Paul. Photography by Alexandra Grablewski. – instructions here.
16. Sparkly snowflakes add just the right amount of glitter to this winter holiday wreath.
Snowflake Wreath by One Krieger Chick – instructions here.
17. Create your own himmeli inspired wreath with just a few simple materials.
Geometric Wreath by Vintage Revivals – instructions here.
18. This festive white faux fur wreath will keep your door or mantle warm all season long.
Fur Wreath by The Nesting Place – instructions here.
19. Painted acorns on this holiday wreath create a unique texture and a long lasting piece of winter decor.
Acorn Wreath by Dana Made It – instructions here.
20. This wreath would be the perfect addition to the front door of any avid knitter or crocheter.
Snowball Wreath by Two Junk Chix – instructions here.
21. You can still have a white Christmas even if you don’t get any snow with this simple snowflake wreath.
Snowflake by The Ballard Bunch – instructions here.
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