10 Christmas and Holiday Wreaths
Live Festive Eucalyptus and Pepper Berry Wreath
For steadfast traditionalists, this wreath will satisfy your timeless design aesthetic. It’s made of real eucalyptus, boxwood and pepperberries and was handcrafted in a family-owned Northern California farm. This fresh and fragrant wreath will look charming on your front door.
To buy: $70, worldmarket.com.
Jingleberry Large Wreath
Place this indoor, pinecone-adorned wreath on an interior door, above the mantel, or on a window. The pinecones have a subtle sparkly layer that makes it holiday-appropriate, but not too flashy. Fake pods and berries give the piece some extra color.
To buy: $50, crateandbarrel.com.
Glass Ball Wreath
With an unexpected color palette, this glass ball wreath is cheerful and bright—it will wake up any door, wall, or window. If your dÃ©cor style is more glam, you’ll love the shiny, eye-catching finish of the ornaments on the wreath.
To buy: $55, bloomingdales.com.
Preserved Boxwood Wreaths
If you can’t have a tree or would rather not deal with the mess of pine needles, this is the perfect solution for bringing some greenery into your house this season. Group the different sizes and shapes together by placing them in a window, or hang them at different heights in your entryway.
To buy: starts at $32, garnethill.com.
Felt Ball Wreath
Handmade in Nepal, this 100 percent wool adornment resembles various sizes of snowballs arranged all together. It will be a fun and playful addition to a front door that you can use year after year. And since it’s available in white and red, it can work with any style of door.
To buy: starts at $34, westelm.com.
Spruce Alphabet Wreath
‘Tis the season for getting personal. Hang your monogram on the door or above the fireplace with this faux-spruce decoration. The best part: It looks like the real thing, but it won’t dry out (meaning you won’t have to toss it at the end of December).
To buy: $35, ballarddesigns.com.
With natural tones, this wreath made of genuine duck feathers will elevate your front door or mantel. And it’s not the holidays without a little bit of sparkle—the wreath has a light dusting of silver glitter on it for some subtle shine. Pair with the matching feather tree (sold separately).
To buy: $50, zgallerie.com.
Limoncello Lacquer Wreath
If you’re not afraid to stray away from the traditional holiday color palette, this bold wreath is for you. Tiers of magnolia leaves combine to form an almost scale-like effect. Uniquely coated in a vibrant yellow, this wreath is bound to make you feel as festive as the liqueur it’s named after.
To buy: starts at $123, themagnoliacompany.com.
Echeveria Living Wreath
Between their unique look and ease of care, succulents are all the rage. No need to remove this one after the holidays—it makes a perfect wall adornment for any time of year. All you need to do for upkeep is occasionally spritz it with warm water.
To buy: $88, northwestgifts.com.
Antique Bloom Wreath
Thinking of taking a more elegant approach with your front door dÃ©cor? Create a wow-worthy first impression with this detailed and delicate, floral-inspired golden metalwork wreath. Use it indoors or keep it outside—it will develop a beautiful aged patina if left outdoors.
To buy: $32, shopterrain.com.
Featured December 2013