Vintage Sled WreathIMAGE: THE LILY PAD COTTAGE
Looking for a creative Christmas wreath this year? Put an old sled to use by securing it to your front door. Greenery, some ornaments, and festive ribbon enhance the holiday look. To keep it from scratching your door, use self adhesive furniture pads on the metal runners. Round out your Christmasy entryway with greenery, some birch logs and branches, and ornaments.
Monogram Wreaths with a TwistIMAGE: REFRESH STYLE
Monograms will always be in style due to their timeless appeal. These antler monogram wreaths, with a little bit of greenery and red bows, add the right amount of Christmas charm. You can typically find these wreaths on discount sites for amazing prices. And most of these custom wreaths are paintable so you can always change the look from year to year with a little paint.
Traditional AppealIMAGE: FROM MY PORCH TO YOURS
You can never go wrong with classic garland, topiaries, and a wreath. The grapevine reindeer added to the wreath takes the look up a notch in the charm department. Character is added to the area with the vintage Santa cut out and welcome sign. And if you have a tall entrance, hang ornaments above the door to make the space feel more cozy and complete.
Classic SymmetryIMAGE: OUR SOUTHERN HOMES
You can never go wrong with a symmetrical arrangement of Christmas decorations. A holiday touch is added to the garland around the doorway with red jute webbing. Red plaid ribbon bows give the topiaries and the top of the doorway garland a pop of color. The pinecones in the garland also tie together nicely with the pinecones in the lanterns. The only thing that it's symmetrical about this doorway is the lush monogram wreath, which accentuates the L's in the sidelights.