In this post: Looking for holiday decorations for your door and windows? Here are 50 gorgeous Christmas wreaths and swags to order now and avoid shipping delays.⇒
This is going to be the year I get it right.
Of course, I say that every year and then it never happens. In this case I’m talking about my holiday decor.
Am I improving? I think so. I believe I’ve finally gotten some pretty trees done in the past few years and my vignettes have some merit. But there are two areas I really want to perfect this year.
One is the mantel and the other is my entry.
I hope to show you both in some later posts because I am quite certain I’ve never quite gotten it right yet. Oh sure, I’ve tried a few times. But I’ve yet to come up with something I can step back from and say, ‘yep, that’s exactly right’.
Christmas Wreaths and Swags
As some of you may know, I’m late to this game. I haven’t had a lifetime of Christmas decorating experience because I’m Jewish and hence, Christmas is not my holiday.
This is the one category of decor that I do strictly for you, my readers.
Well, and because it’s a sheer pleasure.
So in preparation for decorating that lovely front entry, today I’m talking about Christmas wreaths and swags.
I am once again joining with my friends to bring you a seasonal shopping emporium. Perhaps you remember the one we did for fall and now we’re returning with a Holiday Decorating Emporium.
Each of us has selected one category of decor to curate and share with you our favorite recommendations to shop for now.
Be sure to visit all the other categories at the bottom of this one and remember, order early this year to accommodate shipping delays. There’s plenty to choose from and the sooner you select, the more you get to choose from.
I’m including in today’s post a broad array of options in varied sizes and colors which can be used in multiple ways.
Of course wreaths look awesome on the front door, welcoming everyone arriving at your doorstep at this time of year. They forecast what’s to come inside the house, but can also raise the spirits of anyone just walking by.
But they also can look wonderful inside the house, on the windows, over the mantel, hanging from a mirror or tossed against a pillow.
I’ve included faux greenery, as well as some fresh, along with preserved and dried options.
Some are twinkling and others are unlit, some are flocked and others are bare, and one is even made strictly from birch.
The embellishments range from pinecones and ribbon to ornaments and fruit, and a few are comprised solely of greenery and are ready for you to decorate in your own unique way. Or leave them plain if that speaks to you more.
Among the assortment are some distinct shapes, as well, including star or snowflake shaped, along with vertical swags. These add ever more options of places to decorate with them, such as sconces and banisters, or a sled propped against the wall.
Try smaller wreaths on chair backs or used in multiples along a ribbon or window.
The options are endless so let your creativity take over.
The addition of lush greenery in the home for the holidays is the key thing I think I missed in my first few forays at decorating my spaces. So be on the lookout for some upcoming posts that reflect this realization!
In the meantime, check out the wreaths and swags below, to add some fresh festivity to your home. There are 50+ items presented in this shopping guide, and all are currently available at the time of publishing.
To get the look, click on the items below for direct links to the products. Where actual items were no longer available, I’ve provided similar options. If an item is out of stock but may be restocked, I left it on the list.
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