A Christmas wreath is a must when it comes to Christmas decorating. I say a door without a wreath is like an outfit without jewellery. So I’m here to help you find the perfect Christmas wreath for your door or somewhere else in your home.
Traditional Bell & Bird Christmas Wreath from Bed Bath n’ Table
Traditionally you hang a Christmas wreath on your front door to welcome guests and let the Christmas spirit into your home. Being a circle, the wreath symbolises eternity as it has no beginning and no end.
Wreaths are commonly made from evergreens, like holly, pine, fir, boxwood, etc. to symbolise everlasting life. Modern wreaths are made from all sorts of materials. Here are some of the prettiest wreaths for Christmas 2015.
First Row – White Hydrangea Wreath from The Doors of Berry (also available in red) | Winter Berries Wreath from David Jones | Norfolk Pine Wreath in white from David Jones
Second Row – Traditional Berry Wreath from Bed Bath n’ Table | Luxe Berry Wreath from Myer | Yuletide Berry Wreath from Pillow Talk
Third Row – Shimmer Ball Wreath from Kmart | Maine Hessian Wreath from Alfresco Emporium | Feather Christmas Wreath from Domayne Online
Fourth Row – Blue & Silver Wreath from Target | Deck the Halls Wreath from David Jones | Magnolia Pinecone Wreath from Alfresco Emporium
Image – Christmas Warehouse
It’s easy to make a DIY wreath. Simply buy a plain wreath and add some baubles, decorations and ribbon.
Where to Use Your Wreath
You can definitely have more than one wreath in your home. Here are some ideas on where to use your wreaths.
- Hang a wreath on the outside of your front door
- Hang a wreath inside a window so it can be seen from both inside and out
- Hang a wreath above the fireplace or on the mirror
- Hang a wreath on the outside of a cupboard door in your kitchen or dining room
- Hang a wreath on a wall as a feature. You can even hang it inside an empty frame.
- Hang a wreath on a Wreath stand on a console table in your entrance
- Lay a wreath flat on a table to use as a table centrepiece
- Use mini-wreaths as decorations on individual place settings
- Hang a mini-wreath on the back of a dining chair
- Hang a wreath over a wall sconce (make sure it doesn’t touch the globe)
- Hang a wreath on the outside wall of your house
- Hang a wreath in front of your bookshelves
- Hang a wreath horizontally under a chandelier
I spoilt myself this year and just ordered this special wreath from The Doors of Berry. He’s on his way and I can’t wait to hang him somewhere.
Image – The Doors of Berry
Last Friday, I was interviewed by the lovely Penelope Herbert from the blog Don’t Call Me Penny on her Fashion + Home Show on 88.9FM Hills Radio. We talked a lot about Christmas decorating tips and Christmas wreaths in the 20 minute interview. If you want to listen to the interview, it’s below.
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