Metallics are the trend of the moment, and this gold wreath is the perfect way to add holiday sparkle to your front door.
I love the natural simplicity of this fresh wreath that's made with greenery and red berries.
This wreath is a pretty alternative to poinsettias. It's made with dried hydrangea blooms that have been dyed red.
This dried olive leaf wreath would be a beautiful addition to a kitchen.
White burlap makes a beautiful winter wreath that can be used for years to come. It also adds a nice texture when mixed with other holiday decorations.
I love the look of decorating with fruit for the holidays. This fragrant wreath is a pretty combination of eucalyptus leaves and dried oranges.
Succulents are a beautiful way to incorporate fresh, long-lasting greenery into your holiday decor. I love the mix and layers of green in this wreath.
Clusters of yarn create a cute wreath with a primitive feel. This is a fun, whimsical and long-lasting alternative to greenery.
This simple wreath is made from fresh magnolia leaves for a classic holiday look. Plus, it'll last throughout the year as the leaves dry.
A fresh bay leaf wreath is not only natural looking, but also wonderfully fragrant.
You can't go wrong with a traditional wreath of fresh greenery, pinecones and a big plaid bow.
Acorns go from fall to winter and become a beautiful holiday accessory when painted a milky white in this cute wreath.
Paper never looked so pretty! This beauty is a modern take on the traditional wreath, as it's made with paper leaves and dried pomegranates.