Decorative wreaths are an easy way to add a welcoming accent to your home for any season, holiday or style. Wreaths are designed to look like they’re made from natural elements to create an authentic, warm and inviting look, but they’re durable enough to last year after year.
Types of Decorative Wreaths
Front door wreaths are a cost-effective way to dress up your home’s entrance. Consider the following options to dress up your home:
● Seasonal. Swap out your door wreaths from season to season. Choose spring wreaths with pink cherry blossoms and summer wreaths made with lavender or sunflower accents. Select an autumn wreath with bright foliage. Winter wreaths aren’t just for the holidays—go for a simple green wreath with pinecones and it will last all winter long.
● Floral. Flower wreaths range in color as much as a summer wildflower garden. You can find floral wreaths made with a variety of blooms and colors. Try orchids, lilies, dahlias or daisies.
● Greenery. For a subdued natural accent, look for a wreath of greenery and leaves. Elegant wreaths of fern leaves, succulents, olive branches and artichokes bring a touch of foliage to your front door. Boxwoods are neat and clean cut and are on trend for modern homes.
● Holiday. A Christmas wreath is a holiday tradition. Choose an evergreen round wreath with red berries, lights and white frost or snowflake accents. Easter door wreaths incorporate traditional decorations like burlap and Easter eggs in pastel colors. Other holiday wreaths include heart-shaped floral wreaths with roses for Valentine’s Day.
Pre-lit, battery-operated wreaths with LED lights save time and energy when it’s time to decorate for any season. They bring sparkle to a summer patio setup or a warm glow to a Christmas door display.
Displaying Your Decorative Wreath
Decorative wreaths are most often used as outdoor wreaths. Just hook an adjustable wreath door hanger over a door to dress up your front entrance. You can also hang a wreath inside above a buffet table or mantelpiece to add texture and interest to a room, or as a wall wreath for a unique art fixture in the front entry or hallway.