Ready to decorate for Christmas? Here are 9 holiday door ideas that showcase a variety of wreaths to create a fun and festive spirit! (This post contains affiliate links.)
A fat green wreath is always a great option for your holiday door. You can find them almost anywhere but it typically pays to spend a little extra for a truly fresh wreath that will hold its needles longer than a cheap wreath. Look how great this one looks on a gorgeous wooden door!
It’s always a good idea to consider your door color when choosing a wreath. Red berries and leaves look awesome against a turquoise painted door. And for the record – I want this door!
My grandmother always enjoyed a wreath with fruit on it like this one on a rustic white barn door.
You don’t often see wreaths made of fresh holly anymore. It’s a classic look that can’t go wrong no matter where you see it displayed. It reminds me of the wreaths you see in old school holiday movies.
A simple shabby chic wreath is a great addition to a weathered aqua door. Small pink ornaments and a deer head are all that’s needed to complete the look.
People with red front doors have an easy job of holiday embellishment with an over=sized wreath.
I love this gorgeous, super full wreath on a dark blue door. Truth be told, it’s probably an Easter wreath but you could replicate the look with Christmas ornaments instead of painted eggs. The eggs and birds suspended from the wreath with ribbons is a clever idea.
A Christmas wreath for a holiday door needn’t be made with evergreen branches. Holly, olive, bay leaves, eucalyptus, pine cones – they’re all great options for creating a festive look.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving – and if you have downtime on Turkey Day, take a few minutes to shop the Christmas wreaths below:
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