I have brown doors now so mine may have to find a home indoors this year. These gorgeous moss wreaths are pricey but will last for years. I have a similar one that hung on the door at the lakehouse for years, and then I added a few mini pumpkins and I hung it on my door in Salinas. You can see it in my post Natural Collected Fall Home Tour here. I think I will zhush it up and hang it on my side door this year. I may attempt to replicate this wreath if I can find the time.

It is accented by red velvet roses and green wood leaves. A string is attached at the top for hanging. Celebrate the 4th of July with this unique decoration featuring curls of wood designed to simulate rose flowers. The patriotic color scheme includes red and white stripes and a blue field with white stars.

I have rounded up some wreaths in all price ranges that can be “retrofitted” so that they can be used through the Christmas holidays. Let’s talk about How to Transition Fall Wreaths to Christmas. I am not a huge fan of Holiday specific decor. I prefer creating free owl wood carving patterns or purchasing items that can be used for multiple seasons. For Christmas, I always make my own fresh wreath at a wreath workshop, at a wonderful nursery an hour away. They turn out so pretty and lush and they help you if you are having trouble.

With an eye-catching color, it enhances the look of your front door or mantel piece. This decorative wreath has an attached string for easy hanging. This pretty wreath comes with natural thin red and burgundy wood curled into a flower shape.

Bring the beauty of florals into your home with this White Curled Wood Wreath from Threshold™. This round artificial wreath makes a lovely addition to your home decorations. It’s covered with a decorative arrangement of curled wooden flowers for charming texture and appeal. The artificial wreath comes with an attached rope loop for easy hanging. Simply hang this beautiful wreath on your wall, window or door during the festive season. The curled wood wreath is designed with red hardwood roses for a durable, lasting decoration.

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I love wreaths, and you do not disappoint! Love the varieties, and the possibilities are endless. The mussel shell wreath is so interesting. Magnolia ages gracefully and can easily transition from fall to Christmas with nothing more than a simple ribbon. Think of your wreaths like you do your wardrobe . It is silly to spend a fortune on a wreath that you will use once and toss.

Drape a big thick ribbon over the bottom in a fall color now, and change out the ribbon for Christmas. The best part is it will last for years if taken proper care of. An open-box item looks and feels brand new, although may show very minimal signs of use.

Express your heart’s desire with our beautiful woodcurl heart. I have a pine cone wreath I made many, many years ago. I added a touch of gold to tips and a new ribbon edged in gold a couple of years ago to give it new life. I much prefer a natural wreath compared to all the faux ones on the market now. I hope this post How to Transition Fall Wreaths to Christmas has served as some inspiration for you.

For our full return policy, click here. Handcrafted exclusively for Pier 1, this is one bouquet that will last as long as love endures. I have a variety of seasonal wreaths made of silk botanicals, and some have dried items added. Those typically do not last as long as the silks, and all of it eventually fades. I also have some really realistic faux pumpkins from Park Hill that I brought home from my store. I love wreaths – love changing them, love decorating them, love ’em, love ’em, love ’em.