The 1st of December has been and gone, meaning even the scroogiest among us can’t argue that it’s time to put the decorations up. And what better place to start than the front door?
Christmas wreaths have had something of a revamp in recent years. Suddenly dusting off the same one you’ve had for the past decade isn’t enough: especially when your neighbours front doors are proudly wearing bespoke, cinnamon-stick laden creations.
To help you complete with the rest of your street, we’ve rounded up the very best Christmas wreaths to shop now. Look out for speedy delivery options to get yours in time for the weekend.
Best Christmas wreaths to shop now
Best known for their letterbox flowers, Bloom & Wild have upped their game this Christmas. A special gift for a loved one, or yourself, the fresh foliage is topped with metallic poppy seed heads and pinecones.
One to add to basket when you’re stocking up on scented candles, this iron cut wreath would work in your home all year round. The textured, antique silver finish on the leaves gives it a could-be-vintage feel.
A bargain buy perfectly suited to smaller spaces, this mini wreath lets you add a touch of festive cheer to all corners of your home. The natural burnt orange colour palette is très chic.
Feeling crafty? Put your skills to the text with a DIY wreath making kit. Each one contains a seriously impressive list of ingredients: fresh pine pre-made base, reindeer moss, pine cones, birch cones, cinnamon sticks, dried limes, eucalyptus, waxed apples, ribbon, wires and fixings. There’s two colour schemes to choose from too.
Trust us, the picture doesn’t do justice to just how adorable this wreath is. There’s miniature houses and pine trees nestled among the foliage, and even a sprinkling of fake snow.
2020 might have seen a big gardening boom, but if you’re anything like us, stocking up on the fake stuff is still the only way to avoid brown, tired leaves. Luckily this self-sufficient faux leafy wreath doesn’t need watering.
Scissors at the ready! If the traditional festive palette of green and red isn’t your bag, then this multi-coloured paper wreath set might fit the bill. The kit comes with full step-by-step instructions and is perfectly letterbox-sized - great for gifting.
Wreaths aren’t just for the front door you know. This one would make an impressive centrepiece above your dining room table, or even suspended above the staircase. This only includes a plain wicker wreath, so you’ll have to add your own fairy lights or foliage.
Designed in-house, each wreath is completely unique. Choose from two sizes, and use yours as a decorative wall hanging, or even a table centrepiece. Pre gift-wrapped and boxed, they're great for gifting too.
If you can’t fill your home with sparkle at Christmas then when can you? Glitzy and glamorous in equal measure, it looks just as good inside as it does out. It’s also available in a smaller size too.
2020 hasn’t been your average year, so why end it with an average wreath? This fun wire wreath will wish all your guests a very merry Christmas, topped off with leaves, sprigs and berries.
Plush and fluffy, this is everything we want from a cosy Christmas jumper, just in wreath form. Complete with flashes of pink, green and red, it’ll quickly spruce up a dark painted door.
Pre-strung with 50 warm LED lights, John Lewis have done the hard graft for you, so there’s no fiddly grappling with a string tiny fairy lights. We love the icy, sparkling tips.
One of the most spectacular Christmas wreaths we’ve ever seen (which is unfortunately reflected in the price tag) this will turn your neighbours green with envy. It smells incredible too.
There’s wreaths, and then there’s a Your London Florist Wreath. One for the maximalists, this statement piece is made from dried flowers, meaning it’ll last way past the 25th.
Christmas is all about giving, and 30% of all proceeds from this wreath will go straight to the Wild at Heart Foundation, helping rescue the world's stray dog population. Hence why you’ll spot a number of miniature dog decorations nestled in the leaves.