Are you having company for Christmas and still don’t have a wreath for your front door or fireplace mantel? I’ve rounded up a wide variety of Christmas wreath ideas for you … some are mine, some are from friends, and a few are from the interior design pros. Links to the source of each wreath are included so you can see more inspiration and pin from the original source.
A traditional evergreen wreath hangs on the beautiful blue door of my friend Danielle’s house at Finding Silver Pennies. I love her beautiful east coast home and she is such a sweetheart.
You can see more of her holiday decor at Thoughts from Alice.
I found this nature inspired Christmas wreath at Houzz.
I don’t know which I like more … the wreath, or the doors it’s hanging on!
Got a few spare minutes? You can make these boxwood Christmas wreaths in a jiffy.
You can use any type of greenery … snip a few branches from your outdoor evergreens to make them.
I love this layered Christmas wreath from Houzz, with its star-shaped pine cone wreath atop the evergreens. A simple star finishes off the look. I never thought to layer wreaths.
Julie at Redhead Can Decorate hangs a gorgeous boxwood and berry wreath in her kitchen.
I love how the overhead light accentuates it.
The amazingly artistic Lucy from Craftberry Bush made it. It’s so beautiful!
A mixed greens wreath from Houzz is elegant and festive.
If you like a white wreath, I found this vintage style wreath at Joann Fabrics for under $10.
I added a few sparkly snowflakes by simply wedging them between the branches.
No need to tie them on or secure them permanently. Quick and easy!
A silver and green wreath from Heather at Setting for Four has rustic touches.
I love the mix of sparkly silver with rustic pine cones and twig balls.
The simple style of this Scandinavian wreath is so pretty.
The vignette of candles and a shabby window frames it beautifully.
You still have time to add any of these Christmas wreath ideas to your home before the big day!
For more holiday inspiration, visit my Christmas Decorating board on Pinterest.