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Holiday entertaining season is right around the corner! Before we start the process of getting our recipes together and making sure our spaces are fully decked out, we’re going to start at the very beginning: our front doors. We know there’s an endless selection of holiday wreaths out there, so we’ve saved you the trouble and rounded up our very favorites. Scroll on for some entryway ideas for every kind of holiday enthusiast, from classically cool to crazy-colorful.
1. Festivity Floral Wreath, $138
Not so much into the traditional holiday decorations? No worries—hang this gorgeous floral wreath on your door and get ready to see your guests smile once they’ve arrived for dinner, drinks or whatever the occasion may be.
2. Jingle Bell Wreath, $28
Keep it cute and minimal with this metallic jingle bell wreath! This rustic design is available in two different sizes, so you can adorn all of your doors with their own wintery doorbell.
3. Christmas Tinsel Wreath, $12
Out of all the budget-friendly holiday wreaths out there, this is one of our very favorites. And even better, the ornaments are shatter-proof, so you can put this pretty little thing in storage to use year after year.
4. Glittery Christmas Ball Wreath, $20
‘Tis the season for alllll the color. So brighten up your front door and bring some serious holiday cheer with this kaleidoscope of shimmery hues.
5. Platinum Berry Wreath, $60
Regardless of whether or not you’re in a snowy environment, this wintery wreath is a great way to freshen up your front door.
6. Floral Leaf Metal Wreath, $198
Looking for something a little less glittery and glitzy this season? This edgy take on the classic botanical wreath is a must. Classic, eye-catching *and* perfect for any decor style.
7. Glitter Geo Wreath, $29
This geometric-inspired take on holiday decor isn’t just for your entryway—hang this adorable collection of shapes on your wall or near your tree for some added dimension.
This extra-touchable design is gorgeous *and* versatile. It doesn’t scream holiday, but it’s festive enough to hang up in the fall and keep up until summer arrives. Plus, it’ll look so chic near any wintery plants in the entryway.
9. Pink Pine Wreath (
You just can’t go wrong with a cheery shade of pink. Channel your inner holiday kid and opt for this pastel wreath. Bonus points if you decide to add your favorite colorful ornaments in the mix.
10. Inner Peace Wreath (
Spread cheer and promote peace on Earth with this earthy peace symbol accessory. We recommend wrapping it with small twinkling lights for some added holiday charm.
11. Dreamland Pink Pom Pom Fabric Wreath (
Who says that holiday wreaths have to be all greenery and ornaments?! Keep it cute and soft with these plush pom poms. Just don’t put it up with all of your winter decor after the holiday madness is over—we also see this being a huge hit for Valentine’s Day.
12. Eucalyptus Wreath, $80
If you’re going to hang a real wreath, make sure it’s eucalyptus. These sweetly fragrant leaves are great for de-stressing once you open or close the door *and* they also happen to make great gifts for party hosts.
13. Wreath Kit, $89
Can’t decide on a design? We totally get it. This kit comes with everything you need to make your own custom holiday wreath, so you can get as creative (or classic) as you’d like!
14. Fresh Everlasting Evergreen Wreath, $49
Hosting some guests this holiday season? We recommend going with this stunning handmade wreath. This unique collage of fresh hand-cut evergreens with dried flowers is a great way to make everyone feel welcome.
15. Dunhill Snowy Bethlehem Star, $41
Who says holiday wreaths have to be round?! Take your love for the star atop the holiday tree with this unexpected door decor.
In search of more ways to spread the holiday cheer in your space? Check out these 15 Holiday Candles to Inspire All the Fuzzy Feels!
Allison Castloo is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.