Purchased commercially, from the florist, from small designers, or even made by yourself … the Christmas wreath is a key element of the holiday decor, brightening up your landing, or even placing it on the handle of the windows. Here are 50+ inspirations to find a trendy and gorgeous Christmas wreath.
1. A refined Christmas wreath
No doubt, the slow spirit also invites itself on the side of Christmas decorations, and this, until the crowns which make the bet to purify their design on discreet wires.
2. A wreath with fir and candied oranges
Holiday tradition obliges, the candied orange slices invite themselves on Christmas wreaths with gluttony and chic.
3. A crown of convex pine cones
New look for the pine cone wreaths that are presented today in a rounded version in seasonal hues.
4. A wreath made of wild herbs
Very trendy in the decoration, it was necessary to count on the wild herb’s side Christmas wreath in vogue this year. And in the XXL version, the result could not be more spectacular!
5. A wool pompom crown
The DIY enthusiasts will love this idea of Christmas wreath woolen tassels, easily performed in a workshop with children.
6. A wreath made from old books
If you have old books with torn pages in stock, now is the time to give them new life by turning them into an original and charming Christmas wreath.
7. A wreath of Christmas stars
In metal or wood, the stars have more than ever their place on the Christmas wreath. Special mention for this ultra-elegant model that can be found in the living room as well as in a bedroom, at the time of the end of the year celebrations.
8. A suspended crown
This is not the first idea that comes to us and yet the result is superb! The Christmas wreath can also be suspended, above the dining table, for example, topped with candles which create a cocoon atmosphere in the blink of an eye.
9. A wreath with herbs from the Pampas
They are everywhere, so it is natural that they are found during the holidays as a Christmas wreath. They are the herbs of the Pampas, and once attached to each other, they create a light and delicate decoration on the front door.
10. A crown of thuja and red berries
If you don’t have fir branches on hand to make it, use those from the thuja trees in your garden which create the perfect illusion when accompanied by a few red berries and eucalyptus.
11. A hydrangea Christmas wreath
Once dried and rounded, hydrangea flowers lend themselves to the game of making Christmas wreaths.
12. A wreath of autumn fruits
Pine cones and acorns create the decor when attached to each other with a glue gun and a wooden structure. A natural and inexpensive crown to easily make at home.
13. A wreath of red berries
Unique look and stunning result for this very dense red berry wreath that sets the tone of the season barely installed on the front door!
14. A contemporary Christmas wreath
A small wooden hoop, a branch, and a few fir thorns tied to form pompoms: it is definitely a contemporary spirit that emerges from this artisanal Christmas wreath.
15. A wreath of dried flowers
Voluntarily chosen in shades of beige, the dried flowers immediately bring softness to the decor.
16. A Christmas wreath made of cotton flowers
To give this simple cotton flower wreath a Christmas holiday feel, a burlap bow has been added.
17. A crown with rope
Bohemian spirit for this wreath made from scraps of fabric and rope!
18. A wreath made of raw pine cones
It’s a classic that we never tire of! The simple crown of pine cones adorned with jute string or ribbon still has a bright future ahead of it.
19. An XXL Christmas wreath
Different varieties of fir, red berries, autumn leaves… all in a maximalist and XXL version. This wreath is the starting point for enchanting holiday decor.
20. With Pope’s Mint
Purity at its peak with these crowns made from dried branches of the pope.
21. A snowflake-shaped crown
This year, we are swapping the usual round shape for wreaths with less expected designs like this one, which takes on the features of a snowflake.
22. A forest-like Christmas wreath
We do not leave the forest with this wreath made with moss and wood braiding. It’s a little extra: decorative trees that create an enchanted forest in its heart.
23. A Christmas wreath of mistletoe
Erected to the rank of lucky charm, the mistletoe fits perfectly into the end-of-year decorations. And what to say when it takes the form of a vegetable Christmas wreath?
24. A Scandinavian spirit Christmas wreath
A circle of blond wood, fir, eucalyptus, dried flowers, wooden balls, all used sparingly, and here is a Scandinavian-style wreath easy to adopt at home.
25. A crown with a metal star
Simplicity is the order of the day for this crown which breaks free from classic codes. Instead of structure: a minimalist metal star on which greenery, wooden accessory, and ribbons are superimposed nicely.
26. An elegant Christmas wreath
What modernity for this wreath with wool braiding, blond wooden balls, red berries, and eucalyptus!
27. A crown with wooden slices
To make it yourself, all you need to do is saw a log-normally intended for the fireplace into slices, and glue them together. A little fir, berries, a big ribbon, and that’s the job.
28. A maximalist Christmas wreath
Loaded does not necessarily mean not aesthetic. The proof with this Christmas wreath that inspires the holidays without overloading the decor.
29. A geometric crown
A contemporary look for this crown in golden plants mounted on a geometric metal structure.
30. A flowered Christmas wreath
A wreath made of wooden twigs, studded with branches of red berries and a multitude of colorful flowers. The Christmas wreath is reinventing itself this year!
31. A crown with a light garland
If there is one season when we like subdued atmospheres, this is it! It is therefore natural that the crown is adorned with a light garland.
32. A vegetable Christmas wreath
All dressed in green, this Christmas wreath mounted on a copper rim, is a must-have this season.
33. A mini-wreath with a paper tree
Very simple, this mini Christmas wreath finds its place on furniture and door handles.
34. A Christmas wreath made of golden bells
Hanging on the front door, it will ring its pretty bells at each opening all winter.
35. A burlap wreath
Wrapped around a foam structure, the burlap provides a raw and authentic base for this Christmas wreath.
36. A wreath made of fabric pieces
Do you have old, slightly faded sheets sleeping in the back of the wardrobe? Here is an opportunity to give them a second wind. Cut into small strips and assembled around a structure, this gives a crown full of charm and 100% recycled.
37. A bohemian Christmas wreath
Bleached fir branches, wool, and fabric pompoms, dried flowers, and autumn leaves, it is a beautiful representation of the bohemian style.
38. A Christmas wreath made of succulents
Lovers of green plants will love the idea! To keep the Urban Jungle spirit alive in your home during the holidays, adopt a wreath made from 100% succulents.
39. An Advent calendar wreath
Two in one! To make the living room wall profitable, we add in the wreath the Advent calendar that the family can share on a daily basis.
40. A crown with bells
To give charm to this fir wreath, large golden bells have been added to the composition.
41. A crown with a paper house
A softness emerges from this eucalyptus and baby’s breath wreath on which rests a small illuminated white paper house.
42. A Raw Christmas Wreath
Braided wood branches enhanced with small synthetic green firs. This crown plays on simplicity, and it is a success.
43. A crown in cookie cutters
Once your traditional Christmas cookies are finished, use your cookie cutters to create an original and recycled wreath.
44. A traditional Christmas wreath
Fir branches, pine cones, and a pretty red and white ribbon: no question of relegating to the closet the traditional wreaths, still in vogue.
45. A candy crown
If you like the aesthetic of these little red and white candies, you will love the result when glued to a structure to become a Christmas wreath.
46. A designer Christmas wreath
All dressed in gold, it is perfect for the designer and/or minimalist interiors.
47. A snowman crown
Using two raw wreath bases (one large and one smaller), this snowman-shaped version is a hymn to winter on the wall of the house.
48. A holly Christmas wreath
Symbol of the Christmas celebration, holly is of course invited on wreaths in a very traditional spirit.
49. A playful crown
Made of paper and cotton, this wreath is a superb DIY achievement.
50. A moss and chestnut wreath
This wreath breathes winter with its chestnuts fixed in clusters on a base of vegetable moss.
51. A crown with a wooden letter
To personalize your traditional Christmas wreath, you can add a wooden letter with the surname of the household in the center.
52. A childish crown
Pleated burlap, a big knot, and a red ball, and plush antlers. This wreath, which takes the features of the famous reindeer of Santa Claus, will appeal to children.
53. A Christmas wreath in the shape of a heart
A heart-shaped crown. If the Christmas wreath is traditionally round, it allows itself here some fantasies with a more original shape. Made of branches, fir branches, and pine cones, it nevertheless retains a very natural spirit for decor while sober.
54. A Christmas wreath with balls
A wreath in Christmas colors that is easy to make yourself. All you have to do is get a wire, thread a farandole of decorative balls into it, and close the wreath with a small fir branch.