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Christmas Wreath Ideas for Front Door

Christmas Wreath Ideas for Front Door

Check out some of the best Christmas wreaths that you can style your front door with this Christmas season.

Here we've rounded up our favourite Christmas wreath ideas for your front door.

Traditional Christmas Wreath Ideas for your Front Door

Firstly, let's take a look at the more traditional styles of Christmas wreath.  These ideas will suit doors that are used often due to their compact size.   Traditionally laden with fir cones, these are a choice of Christmas wreath that has been a strong choice for customers for many years.

Showing traditional Christmas wreath ideas for your front door


The Shabby Chic White and Dove Grey Christmas Wreath is a contemporary twist on this traditional Christmas wreath, with an unusual colour pairing.  This would look amazing on a neutral country cottage door, as the colours will complement the Farro& Ball style colours perfectly.  The second image is of the Christmas red wreath, which again is a more contemporary take on a traditional colour scheme.  Although is very compact, this has curled wood and artificial flowers rather than the fir cones that usually go into these style of wreaths.  The red is broken up a little by sprigs of white flower, similar to babies breath.  The final of these tight knit Christmas wreaths for 2022, is the frosted red berry wreath.  This gorgeous Christmas wreath looks like it's been left out in a heavy dew, or had a light sprinkling of frost.  

These tight compact Christmas wreaths work really well as candle holders as well for table centrepieces.  Make sure though that you put a glass beaker in the middle of the wreath, and put your lit candle in there, as without this would be a fire hazard.  The dimensions in the product listing tell you what the inner diameter is, so that you can find yourself a beaker of the right size if you fancied doing this.

The second style of Christmas wreath ideas for your front door this Christmas is the foliage Christmas wreaths.

Foliage Christmas Wreath Ideas for the Front Door to your Home

These artificial Christmas wreaths all feature foliage as their decoration, focusing on the beauty of leaves for impact.

Christmas wreath ideas for your front door using Christmas wreaths predominantly using just foliage

Not just foliage, this decorated small wreath that features in the first image of this collection and although technically it isn't just foliage, as it's got a few berries and cones as well.  But I've included it here as the Christmas tree foliage is the predominant feature.  The second Christmas wreath idea image features the statement burgundy wreath on a wooden front door.  With masses of eucalyptus leaves all in varying shades of burgundy and purples, this is a true foliage Christmas wreath that needs nothing extra.  So simple, natural and wow.  The third image is the holly and berry rustic wreath - as wild as it is show stopping. Focusing on variegated holly leaves, this is accentuated by holly berries throughout the wreath. 

If you're after something a little more modern, this next collection of Christmas wreath ideas might be more suited for your front door.

Contemporary Christmas Wreath Ideas for the Modern Front Door

Contemporary Christmas wreath ideas for the front door
A modern touch of a traditional Christmas concept, that as you can see from the above images look equally at home on a cottage door as they would on a modern one.  I love these simple hoop style Christmas wreaths, they've got a fresh look that is perfect for a minimalist style home, or just something a little less 'normal'.
The first wreath in the image is the fir cone wreath, a simple slightly whitewashed foliage and fir cones to look like a slight dusting of snow.  This is based on a simple metal hoop, and works great for front doors that get a lot of use.
The second Christmas wreath is the green and white wreath which is a flat wound whitewash wreath, with foliage and berries on the bottom half.  This has been the most popular Christmas wreath so far this year, and we've not got very many left!  The last Christmas wreath is the silver rustic Christmas wreath - a sort of mash-up of the previous two, but different in that it has been sprayed completely in antique silver.  Whilst I've included it here as a front door idea for Christmas wreaths, it doesn't stand out in quite the same manner as the others chosen, and may do better inside against a wall.  I still love this though, and think it's a worthy candidate for your Christmas front door.
This last selection of Christmas wreath ideas are, what I would call, my oversize collection.  These are all show stopping and statement Christmas wreaths, in no small way because of their size.  Unsuitable for standard doors, these would work wonderfully on double doors that don't get used at Christmas, on a wall next to a door, or on large gates outside.

Oversize Christmas Wreath Ideas for Large Front Doors

Selection of oversize Christmas wreath ideas for large front doors

This collection of oversize Christmas wreaths will wow, even if they don't go on your front door.  Maybe you've got some barn doors that are the first thing people see when they drive on to your yard, or you've got a pair of double gates on your entrance - these are the wreaths for the drama.

The first one is a glorious large decorated wreath.  Gloriously full with a type of fir foliage, the bottom half is decorated with red berries.  Throughout the wreath are cones.  This is quite a heavy Christmas wreath, and so would need to go somewhere with decent fixings.  The faux eucalyptus wreath is one of my favourites for this year, and unlike the last Christmas wreath, this is as light as a feather, and so needs to go somewhere sheltered.  The oversize cone and foliage wreath is also a heavy one, and is jam packed with fir cones all over.  Sprigs of foliage in amongst the cones just break up the mass of brown, but this is a wonderful Christmas wreath for impact.  I feel that this would look amazing with some battery operated string lights wound around it too.

Take a look at all of the different styles of Christmas wreath that we've got in store this year.  And don't forget, we can post anything out to you for just £4.50.  But spend £30 or more and you'll qualify for our free shipping offer.  Click and collect is also available from the Christmas barn, which is a great idea in case you can't get to us until later in the month.

Of course, this article hasn't mentioned fresh Christmas wreaths (available from advent weekend), or even the fresh flower Christmas wreaths that I make much closer to Christmas (mid December). 

When these are ready to be photographed, I'll update the blog post with different ideas for these fresh styles of wreaths, but tell me in the comments, what's your preferred style of Christmas wreath.


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  • Annabelle Summerfield
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