Go-To Guide: Wreaths
Go-To Guide

Go-To Guide: Wreaths

Nothing says “Seasons Greetings” like a welcoming wreath festooned in frosty pine, glowing lights, and shiny baubles.

Wreaths used to be a staple of holiday decor, staking their claim upon doorways shortly after Thanksgiving dinner was served, then being relegated to their circular storage cases come January. However, now wreaths have a wide berth to signify a welcoming home all year long, from pastel springtime sprigs and summer botanicals to the fall cornucopia and twinkling lights of a traditional pine and plaid wreath during December. 

Here are some of our top holiday wreath picks for every type of home and hearth. Don’t forget the mistletoe!

Harvest Wreaths
From September to November, autumnal hues of gold, crimson, and earth can fill your home with the promise of fall’s beautiful bounty. Your wreath can be versatile enough to adorn your entryway next to a stack of gleeful scarecrows and cornstalks, blend in with Halloween ghouls, and even serve as a Thanksgiving table centerpiece.

Elegant Holiday
Set the tone for your holiday decor with your choice of wreath. These stately versions shimmer quietly with frosted needles, jewel-toned fruit, and reflections of open fireplaces, tree lights, and all your favorite family moments.

Traditional Red and Green
Classic Christmas shades thread through these selections, making each the perfect choice to mix and match with your holiday decorations new and old. 

Pre-lit wreaths are a great choice for indoor and outdoor use:

Whether you buck the norms or simply desire a more luxe look for your holiday decor, your wreath should match your style.

Do a Designer Wreath
Whether you buck the norms or simply desire a more luxe look for your holiday decor, your wreath should match your style. We love this glinting, statement black wreath—which could easily take you from Halloween to New Year’s Eve (and beyond). Need a softer look? Try the on-trend rose gold pine wreath and bohemian faux-fur-trimmed model.

Coastal Christmas
Over the oceans and through the waves, to Grandmother’s house we go! We love these super-beachy wreaths, which you could easily get away with all year long.

Wreath Hangers
If you don’t have the right hardware, your shiny new wreath will end up on the ground—or worse, broken and in the snow. These 3M™ Command Strips Hanging Hooks are strong enough to hold most heavy wreaths (and even a sopping wet bath towel). Double-check your door surface and package instructions before applying. 

These over-the-door hangers adjust to almost any size, and the magnetic hooks are just right for hanging wreaths and stockings over the mantel.