With the first snowfall behind us, now is the time to start thinking about decorating our front door for both the winter and holiday season ahead.

It’s best to choose décor that will last through the season. Adding extra items to make your wreath more festive is a great way to do this, as it can then be removed after Christmas.

As we see rustic home décor gain in popularity – think items from Chip and Joanna Gaines’ popular Magnolia Home line – so too do we see rustic wreaths gain in popularity.

Classic greenery wreaths will always be popular, but instead of ribbons, bows and baubles, update the look with pinecones and berries. Or, go for a wood-look wreath instead and use a grapevine wreath, adding greenery and berries.

No matter what look you go with, it’s important to remember that you need to scale your wreath in proportion to your door and entryway. A wreath that’s too big can dwarf your front door, while a wreath that’s too small will make your décor appear insubstantial.

How do you plan on decorating your front door this season?

 

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