A grid of small fir wreaths on a blue wall makes a graphic holiday statement. Multiples of small items have as much visual impact as one large element.
Assorted mosses attached to a wreath form are a fun variation on the expected evergreen boughs.
A wreath made of glass ornaments sits on a shelf under a sunburst mirror, creating a festive holiday composition. When you're composing vignettes, consider how shapes will complement one another.
A pair of wreaths shaped like Christmas trees play up the architectural detail of a pretty pair of doors. To extend the welcoming display, drape garland around the entire entry.
A grid of vine wreaths connected by wide satin ribbon makes a holiday decoration that can span the season. The unified elements become a piece of artwork over the mantel.
Simple sprigs of red berries animate this festive wreath. The materials echo the spiral topiaries on either side of the door, unifying the scheme.
Abundant roses and mixed floral materials make gorgeous adornments for a formal front door. Accents of cobalt blue bring a spark to the arrangement.
To make a leaf wreath more interesting, turnover some of the leaves to reveal their chartreuse backs. This seaside version features a starfish and bougainvillea blossom for a sense of place.
Dress up a square wreath with red ribbon and adornments of apples and pinecones. Depending on the space, you can hang them vertically or horizontally for varying looks.
Hearty succulents packed into a square frame create an unusual wreath that won’t require frequent watering. After the holidays, transfer the plants to decorative containers.
Decorate your wreath with items that have meaning for you, such as the collection of hotel silver flatware and a creamer used to decorate this wreath for a kitchen window.
Lush bay leaves compose elegant wreaths on a pair of French doors. A satin bow with a cedar sprig is the only adornment they need.
Moss wreaths loaded with wide satin ribbon make a festive, modern focal point over a mantel. A bull's-eye effect is created by hanging one wreath inside another.
A pair of fruit-covered wreaths create an eye-catching display on a front door. A big bow on top and a stocking below round out the door decor.