Your front door is the first impression of your home. Spruce it up and make a good impression with these fabulous door wreaths. These 10 wreaths cover the most popular styles of wreaths that can be adjusted and tweaked to work for any season or any holiday.
Your front door is the first impression of your home. Spruce it up and make a good impression with a fabulous door wreath. These 10 wreaths cover the most popular styles of wreaths that can be adjusted and tweaked to work for any season or any holiday.
Here we go!
This wreath is made of Indian corn and is perfect for fall, but the same idea can be used with crayons, clothespins, or something similar. It is easy to put together and incredibly beautiful.
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I love the non-traditional aspect of this wreath. It is made of book pages, which makes it completely unique. You can use a copy of your favorite book, sheet music of favorite songs, or even kids drawings.
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Not all wreaths have to actually be a wreath. This is such a cute idea to make a front door decoration with a rake. You can also use other non-traditional wreath materials like a hose, flip flops, brooms, or similar items that can be decorated for the front door.
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A succulent wreath is a great way to bring greenery to the front door that you don’t have to worry about watering. Succulents also come in a variety of bright colors that you can add depending on your taste.
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Burlap wreaths have been a big trend lately, and for good reason. They are easy to make, and simple to swap for any season or holiday. I love the fluffy, full look of a burlap wreath, and you can spruce it up with sprigs, twigs, or additional elements.
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If there was a designer wreath, this would be it. I love this idea because it really is so simple, and you can make it what you want it to be. Simply wrap a round wreath in fabric of your choice and then add a few flowers and you’re done.
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We have all seen the Christmas ornament wreath, but it’s not just for Christmas. Halloween ornament wreaths are adorable, and you can use red and silver for valentines, or bright summer colors.
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Door wreaths don’ t have to have flowers. I love this idea, it is a Christmas wreath made from warm wooly socks, but you could use any type of stretch fabric and recreate the same idea all year long.
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Grapevine wreaths are easy to find and simple to work with. Pick up a basic grapevine wreath and add some floral to match the season and that’s it! I love this style of door wreaths.
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Pinecones are one of the easiest craft materials to find, and most inexpensive elements to purchase. While pinecones lend themselves to fall or winter décor, they can be spray painted and used all year long.
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