Last updated 21st November 2017
I don’t know about you, but I love Christmas wreaths – silvery and frosted or deep red berries, glam or natural looking – I simply can’t resist them.
When walking the neighbourhood around Christmas time, or visiting people’s houses, I love looking at all the different designs on people’s doors or inside the home – on a wall or mantelpiece.
So I thought I’d do a quick round up of the most fabulous ones I’ve seen this season and where you can buy them:
First up, this lovely Faux Pine Cone Wreath from Rose & Grey, £45 – a good imitation, this understated, natural style wreath looks like it could be homemade after a wintry forest walk.
If you prefer a wreath with more colour, this one from M&S is a good buy – realistic looking and it will add a nice pop of festive red. And it’s just £15.
This following minimal design is a faux antler wreath from Cox & Cox; something a bit different from the norm. Made of resin, you would need to add the lights separately. Very Scandi-style. Would look nice hung above a fireplace for a log cabin feel. Price £25:
Oh I do like a frosty door wreath, so this Frosted Finley Wreath from Amara is just the ticket and costs £45:
I love Eucalyptus so this Folklore Eucalyptus and Berry Wreath from John Lewis is pretty perfect. Just lovely and priced at £45:
For a faux wreath that looks totally realistic, you might want to check out the collection at Balsam Hill. A bit pricier but great quality and you can opt to have them lit or unlit.
For something a little more glam, take a look at the Gold Berry Christmas Wreath by The Christmas Home at Not On The High Street – £40:
The Scandi-lover in me is quite taken with this simple brass ring on a nude leather hook with a leather tie – you can add your own foliage to it, so it would be lovely for all seasons. £23 from Skandivis.
Finally, this Rosemary and Pine Cone wreath from The White Company. A bit more pricey at £50 (although I’ve just noticed there’s 30% off today so be quick if you want to grab it at £35!), but very beautiful and natural looking – I love the dark winter berries and it’s certainly a wreath you could use year after year and not tire of:
Or for those of you who prefer a fresh wreath with real foliage, you could make your own, or buy a ready made one from your local nursery or florist shop. I’m going have a go at making my own this year at a local festive wreath workshop – why don’t you see if there’s something like that going on in your area if you fancy it?
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