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10 best Christmas wreaths

2014.12.16


Christmas wreath from Oka

Recreate the true essence of Christmas indoors with a natural wreath that hints at a recent fall of snow. The simplicity of design and colour will suit any conceivable festive scheme but would work particularly well in an all-white Scandinavia-inspired setting, perhaps in the hallway.

Christmas wreath from Harrods

The natural tones and textures of this Christmas wreath will combine effortlessly with a wood-based scheme and inject plenty of warmth into a pale neutral colour palette. Subtle lighting from candles, a Christmas tree and a log fire will add a rich, welcoming glow to your festive occasions.

Christmas wreath from Lizard Orchid

Add some sparkle to your Christmas scheme with a design that imitates real leaves and ferns, but with a shimmering coat of gold. This wreath will make a glamorous centrepiece for the table in your dining room, or would offer up simple elegance to a home when hung on a door.

Christmas wreath from Marks & Spencer

Red remains a firm favourite for the festive season. Combine this berry-laden wreath with contrasting white accessories and decorations with simple silhouettes to create a contemporary feel. Or, to carry the red theme through to the rest of your scheme, team it with red bows, candles and tableware.

Christmas wreath from RE

A modern take on a Christmas tradition, this eye-catching pressed metal design will make a major contemporary statement but will also sit comfortably with more traditional gold and/or silver decorations. In addition, it is available in a very smart grey finish. This could take pride of place on a living room wall.

Christmas wreath from Selfridges

A traditional choice in classic red and green will always create a welcoming addition and works particularly well against a muted backdrop. Team with garlands and decorations in similar colours for a cohesive look. This would look grand in the living room, roaring fire optional.

Christmas wreath from House of Fraser

Rustic rattan is given a glamorous update with a festive sparkly finish. Make a modern statement by keeping it simple and displaying it on its own, or go for a softer look and try adding some faux or real foliage. For extra glimmer, team the wreath with metallic Christmas decorations in silver and gold.

Christmas wreath from Ikea

With a simple, versatile base, you can create your own Christmas wreath and adapt it to match the rest of your scheme. For a classic look, add touches of red and green foliage. For a more contemporary feel, add bold, colourful decorations. A living room would be the perfect home for this display.

Christmas wreath from John Lewis

Pine cones always add a rustic, natural flavour to the festive season, especially when dusted with a light, faux frost. The simplicity of colour and design will make this wreath a versatile addition to any festive setting. Continue the theme by scattering a few loose pine cones on your Christmas dining table.

Christmas wreath from The White Company

Welcome guests with a stylishly dressed front door. The best choice as an alternative to the real thing, this realistic faux spruce and eucalyptus mix has been decorated with pine cones, rosehips and walnuts for texture and interest. There is also a matching garland available, which would look fantastic wrapped around a bannister.


 

Source: House To Home

 

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