Decorate your front door with a winter wreath; it’s the new trend, whether it’s Christmas or not.
There are lots of styles to choose from, including the new trend for pampas grasses and dried flowers.
Let’s look at some of the most popular, and my favourite selection of winter door wreaths.
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Winter Door Wreath Ideas:
Outdoor wreaths for the front door have become increasingly popular and a great way to add a welcoming touch to your home entrance.
There are many styles to choose from fresh flower wreaths to minimal rustic designs that stay looking fabulous for months on end.
Dunelm White Berry Wreath
I do like a simple, minimal wreath and this one from Dunelm ticks all the boxes. At only £12 it’s not going to break the bank either.
Check out the this wreath and more on the Dunelm website.
Lights4Fun Outdoor Christmas Wreath
Let’s not ignore the fact that many winter wreaths are for Christmas. Traditionally we hang a wreath on our doors for the festive period so I had to include one or two that are for that purpose only.
Having said that, I do think you could have this wreath on your door throughout the Autumn and Winter months.
Lights4Fun do a lovely selection of wreaths for both indoor and outdoor use, including this one, which retails for £29.99.
Colourful Dried Flower Wreath
This stunning wreath is actually sold as a Christmas colourful wreath but it’s perfect during any of the Autumn or Winter months.
Combining some stunning pampas grass and British grown dried flowers, this wreath sells for £79 at Not On the High Street, from Object Dahlia.
Wild Moss Wreath
It’s simple and elegant, and wonderfully stylish. The Wild Moss Wreath from Rose and Grey (£65) adds a touch of wintery glamour to any door. Again, it’s probably best indoors, but take care of it when outside and you’ll have a gorgeous front door to welcome visitors.
Autumn Berries Wreath (Indoor/Outdoor)
The beautiful Autumn Berries Wreath from Cox and Cox (£65) is so life like it’s insane. Perfect for either indoors or outdoors it also combines 60 warm white LED lights for a more festive touch.
Winter Pampas Grass Wreath
Another stylish and on trend dried pampas grass wreath ideal for weddings or a festive decoration.
Made by Lisa Angel at NOTHS, this wreath is best protected from wet weather so great if you have a porch or sheltered front door. It’s a classic homeware wreath and retails for £42.
Wheat Autumn Wreath
Technically this is an indoor wreath but if you know the weather is going to be good, hang it on your front door. And if you have a porch or sheltered entrance, all the better.
Pre lit and looking gorgeous, this wreath is from Lights4Fun and is currently on offer at £21.99.
Faux Fir Winter Wreath
A faux fir wreath with snowy effect perfect for the Christmas season, or the winter months in general. Hang on your front door to make a welcoming entrance or place inside above your mantlepiece or on your hallway wall.
From The Layered Lounge for £60
DIY Door Wreath
Make a wreath of seasonal dried flowers, fruits and foliage to celebrate all the joys of Autumn.
This wreath making kit contains all the materials and guidance you need to make a beautiful Autumn wreath to decorate the inside of your home, bringing the magical colours and textures of the season indoors.
Available from Mary Elizabeth Flowers for £35
Pop Goes the Fizz Winter Wreath
I am cheating slightly with this last one as it’s mostly an indoor wreath. Again, with good weather or a sheltered front door you could pop it outside.
But what a glorious addition to our list.
The Pop Goes the Fizz Dried Flower Baked Blossom Wreath is available from The Happy Blossoms for £48.
Why do we put a wreath on the front door at Christmas?
The wreath has significant meaning for the season. It’s circular shape represents eternity, for it has no beginning and no end. From a christian religious perspective, it represents an unending circle of life. The evergreen, most frequently used in making wreathes, symbolizes growth and everlasting life. Holiday Insights
What does a door wreath symbolise?
The symbolism of wreaths has been used at funerals since at least the time of Ancient Greece, to represent a circle of eternal life. Evergreen wreaths were laid at the burial place of early Christian virgin martyrs in Europe, the evergreen representing the victory of the eternal spirit over death. Wikipedia
How to avoid your winter wreath looking tacky
Look after your winter wreath and it will last you many years. Make sure you store it well, in lots of tissue paper and in a strong, sturdy box. This way you avoid any damage when you haul your decorations into the loft.
When it’s on the door keep it looking fresh by spraying real ones with water, and removing them if the weather is not looking too good. The last thing you need is your beautiful winter wreath wandering down the street in a gust of wind.
I hope you love our collection of the best winter wreaths for your front door and enjoy styling the entrance to your home.
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