The cold season is here, and it’s an excellent time to add some winter glam to your door.
If you’re looking for the perfect touch of snowy style for the entryway of your home, we’ve got stunning winter wreath ideas you’ll definitely love.
Check out our curated list of winter wreath ideas to make your door the perfect homage to the season.
35 Winter Wreath Ideas To Decorate Your Door This Season
1. White Pine and Red Berries
Pay homage to the season with this gorgeous combination of elegant white pine and eucalyptus.
The holiday-themed greenery is dusted white with snow, peppered with eye-catching red holly berries, and completed with an elegant snowy white bow.
2. Snow and Pine Cones
This wreath is a nod to the snowy forest with a luxe white-covered pine base interspersed with snow-covered pine cones and fluffy white cotton.
A large black and red checkered bow completes the wreath with a pop of color.
3. Winter Wonderland
This wreath elegantly combines several white and silver elements like snow-covered fir, white blooms, silver glitter ivy, and holiday ornaments in homage to the season.
Including pine cones gives it a pop of color that pulls the look together.
4. Rustic Minimalist
Depart from snow-covered wreaths with this minimalist wooden nest-inspired wreath decorated on one side with little buds of cotton, red berries, and a tilted classic silver bow for understated rustic elegance.
5. Fresh Snow
This wooden wreath is dipped generously in faux snow, making it perfect for the season! It’s adorned with fir sprigs and decorated with a muted brown striped bow on top.
6. Snowy Forest Glam
Enjoy a snowy forest homage on your door with this wreath combining fir, twigs, pine cones, and large white cotton balls, all covered in soft white powder and completed with a glimmering white bow at the bottom.
7. Simply Chic
Take your wooden nest-themed wreath up a wintery notch by adding elements of the season, including snow-covered pine, juniper, pine cones, and an assortment of branches and twigs.
Feel free to get creative and combine the look with a gorgeous cream velvet bow.
8. Fabulous Fir
Go all out with a beautifully abundant winter wreath idea like this wreath decorated with fir, pine, and boxwood.
It also features different berries and pine cones and is dusted with a light sprinkling of faux snow.
9. Red and White
Give your door a touch of festive holiday flair with this twig wreath covered in red and white berries in various sizes, mini pine cones, and magnolia leaves.
Make it stand out even more with a big, bright red bow.
10. Floral and Pine
A touch of flowers always makes everything look beautiful, and this holiday wreath is no exception.
It’s a stunning combination of holiday fir, red and gold floral accents, pine cones, and gold Christmas ornaments.
11. Classic Golden Beauty
This winter, go with the classics like blue spruce and fir in a stunning full wreath decorated with red berries, pine cones, gold Christmas ornaments, and a gold ribbon.
Make it even more special with a slight dusting of gold on the greens.
12. Christmas Charm
Choose a Christmas-themed wreath for winter so it serves two purposes.
This one contains blue spruce, red berries, red and gold flowers, multitextured gold Christmas ornaments, and a glittery gold bow.
13. Leaves, Flowers, and Pine Cones
More is more with this decadent winter wreath idea that brings together dark and light green fir leaves, cedar, magnolia leaves, red amaryllis flowers, pine cones, gold berries, small gold ornaments, and a gold bow.
14. Pretty Poinsettia
The holidays are never complete without poinsettias, and this wreath displays them perfectly against dark fir leaves, holly, pine cones, and a mix of matte gold and glossy red Christmas ornaments for that perfect finishing touch.
15. Gold and Green
Go elegant with this predominantly gold-ornamented wreath combining pine and fir leaves topped with golden poinsettias, gold Christmas ornaments, pine cones, and a bright gold ribbon.
16. Lush Green and Red
Lush and large winter wreath ideas like this beautifully combine full conifer and pine leaves accentuated with large gold and red flowers, pine cones, gold Christmas ornaments, and small bunches of gold faux berries.
17. Pine and Wintergreen
This beautiful winter wreath idea combines lush pine and conifer leaves with copper-colored Christmas ornaments, wintergreen branches, berries, and pine cones lightly dusted with faux snow.
18. Rustic Greens and Reds
This delightful winter wreath idea combines several greens like pine and cedar to create a lush door decoration.
Give it even more of an oomph by adding red flowers, crimson and white berries, and pine cones.
19. Happy Holidays
You can’t think of winter decorations without including the most wonderful time of the year.
This festive wreath is perfect for the holidays and the season with all the fun holiday elements, including lush greens, holly, snow-crusted pine cones, red Christmas ornaments, buds of cotton, and a big red bow.
20. Multitextured Ornaments
This winter fir wreath lets the leaves be the canvas and the multitextured red and gold ornaments are the star as they stand out beautifully against holly and magnolia leaves, completed with a satin red bow.
21. Festive Holiday Medley
Bring together all the best winter wreath elements in one delightful wreath like this one that features pine and fir decorated with red wintergreen berries, green succulents, red and gold Christmas ornaments, and snow-dusted pine cones.
22. Deck the Door With Blooming Holly
If you love flowers, you’ll adore this winter wreath idea showcasing red floral accents, holly leaves, and berries on top of spruce leaves in a pattern that mimics blooming flowers.
Finish it perfectly with pine cones and different sizes of gold Christmas ornaments.
23. Symphony in Red
Red is a stunning color for winter wreaths, and this one with several types of greenery looks stunning with the addition of small snow-covered pine cones, red berries, and a symphony of red Christmas ornaments in different patterns and textures, accented with a few gold ones.
24. Pine Cones and Baubles
This frosty fir and holly winter wreath idea is a monochromatic green base decorated with gold and red baubles, pine cones, gold starbursts, and a pretty gold ribbon.
25. Green and Berries
This winter wreath is smaller but no less remarkable.
It combines conifer leaves, holly, larger red and gold berries, and snow-dusted pine cones for that fun winter feel.
26. Flowers, Berries, and Pine
This winter wreath with pine and fir is topped beautifully with velvety red poinsettias, shimmering snowy pine cones, gold baubles, and glittery brown ribbons.
27. Glittery Gold and Vermillion
This pale green fir winter wreath is given a burst of color through a myriad of gold and vermillion accessories like snowflake bursts, berries, Christmas ornaments, and a beautiful gold satin ribbon.
28. Poinsettia Perfection
This winter wreath is beautiful and joyful, bursting with red poinsettia blooms combined with gold and red Christmas ornaments, gold-painted pine cones, and a red-trimmed gold bow.
29. Lined With Gold
This winter wreath combines noble fir greenery with red berries, red and gold ornaments, and bright gold faux flowers.
But the real star of the wreath is four gold-lined red poinsettias and a rich gold-lined red velvet bow.
30. Ribbons and Pine Cones
A blue-green noble fir wreath is the perfect color for the winter season.
It’s made even more lovely with brown pine cones in various sizes, red berries, holiday ornaments, and several swaths of gold-lined red ribbon.
31. Frosty and Fabulous
Keep in theme with the season with this frosty conifer and cedar wreath in muted colors and dusted with a touch of frost.
It’s completed with deep burgundy berries, soft pale gold baubles, and a big gold-lined red bow.
32. Cool Colors
Understated elegance comes in the form of this cool-toned fir wreath with faux snow-covered pine and pine cones, sprigs of deep red berries, and a textured pale gold bow.
33. White Gold and Green
Gorgeous cool tones are a great way to pay homage to the season. This pale fir wreath features a medley of pale white gold accessories like ornaments, large faux flowers, and faux snow-covered sprigs of holly.
Complete the look with boughs of red berries and a gold-lined red velvet bow.
34. Icy Floral Fantasy
This stunning wreath features pale noble fir with light magnolia leaves and several fun details like white gold faux flowers, pale golden ornaments, deep red floral sprigs, and a beautiful red bow.
35. Burst of Baubles
A stunning blue-ish green winter wreath is perfect for the feel of the season.
It’s made festive with an explosion of holiday ornaments in varying colors, finishes, and designs, as well as pine cones and a perfect red satin bow on top.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Do Fresh Winter Wreaths Last?
Fresh wreaths typically last three to eight weeks, depending on the conditions. When a wreath is refrigerated or displayed somewhere cold, it will last longer.
If you are keeping your wreath indoors or in a slightly warmer winter climate, it won’t last as long. Additionally, if a wreath is exposed to full sunlight, it will tend to dry faster and won’t last as long.
Additionally, a waxed and well-hydrated winter wreath will last longer, while a dry wreath will decay faster.
Is a Fresh Wreath or an Artificial One Better?
The answer to this depends on your personal preference and living situation.
If you enjoy a traditional look and the scent of fresh firs and pines, then a fresh wreath may be your best choice. However, you must commit to the extra maintenance too.
However, an artificial wreath may be a better choice if you want a more convenient and longer-lasting option or if you have allergies or if you don’t want to commit to maintaining fresh greens.
Fortunately, several artificial options are available that look like the real deal.
How Can I Tell if a Wreath Is Fresh?
When buying a fresh winter wreath, you want to find the freshest one available to ensure it lasts longer. Here are some ways to check freshness when purchasing a wreath.
The first is the shake test. When buying a fresh wreath, give it a good shake. If the needles fall out quickly, pass as the wreath may not be as fresh as others.
Another tip is the smell test. A really fresh wreath should smell like a fresh Christmas tree. Wreaths of pine, cedar, or fir should smell a certain way. The wreath may not be as fresh if the smell is not strong.
Can My Winter Wreath Be the Same as My Christmas Wreath?
Of course! In fact, many winter wreath ideas are already holiday-themed and decorated with Christmas-type accessories like ornaments, tinsel, and poinsettia.
Or if you have a more generic winter-themed wreath, you can easily turn it into a holiday wreath with the addition of extra decorations.
The Perfect Winter Wreath Ensures Your Home Is Perfect for the Season
Enjoyed our fun winter wreath ideas? We hope we helped you prepare your home for the beautiful snowy season.
These ideas combine the best seasonal wreath inspiration and decorations, from gorgeous greens to holiday-themed elements like ornaments and bows.
So choose your favorites, or take elements that stand out and let your creativity flow as you create the perfect one to match our winter home decor. Celebrate the beauty of winter by finding your perfect wreath or giving wreath-making a try!