Front doors are statement-makers. One fun and easy way to dress up your front door is with a wreath. However, switching out wreaths seasonally is not for everyone. That’s why we’ve rounded up our favorite year round front door wreaths that you can set and forget. It includes both faux and real options. There’s a wreath on this list for every personal style and every home or front door setting!
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#1 // Faux Boxwood Wreath
Boxwoods are classics for a reason. This artificial boxwood wreath is made of a durable, UV-resistant, all-weather material, so it doesn’t fade and can be used outdoors year-round. Or, feel free to pull it indoors and use it on an interior door or as part of a centerpiece! Because of its simplicity, you can adorn it for the seasons — think lights for the holidays, colorful ribbons for spring and summer, and perhaps some spooky cutouts around Halloween. The perfect choice for a more traditional exterior.
#2 // Hydrangea Wreath
Hydrangeas are a long-blooming flower, so the faux petals on this wreath will seem realistic spring through fall. Their seafoam green color along with the deeper green of the leaves and the near-white of the budding vines makes for a simple tone-on-tone color palette that’s easy to work with. We find this wreath to be reminiscent of a romantic English garden, great for a cottage-style entryway.
The bright yellow fabric of these forsythia blooms are cheerful any time of year. Forsythia are usually one of the first flowers to bloom, even before winter is over, so they can bring a touch of spring to your porch or portico year-round. This wreath’s real rattan base brings the piece a rustic feel, making it lovely for homes in a wooded setting.
This next year round front door wreath has subtle touches of color and a beautiful mix of textures. Succulents, ferns, and other greens blend to create a charming piece with a touch of whimsy.
#5 // Faux Eucalyptus Wreath
Our designers love the delicate touch of purple and blue on this eucalyptus wreath. Full and lush, this decoration is also highly versatile. We’d use it on a transitional home or a modern farmhouse, and could even see it on a home with sharper lines, as a way to soften things a touch.
We love the big, bold silk magnolia leaves on this wreath. One of the most adaptable pieces on this list, it’s handcrafted and will last for years and years. Using it against a wood front door will accentuate the brown undersides of the leaves.
The freewheeling look of this wreath brings cozy, boho vibes to any entryway. Each wreath is handcrafted by a woman-led team in Washington state. Made from organic, naturally dried quail brush twigs, pearly everlasting, cream globe amaranth, and flax. Use it in a covered outdoor space and avoid direct sunlight and moisture to improve longevity.
This is the second eucalyptus wreath on our list, but it differs from the other (#5) in two important ways. First, it’s a fresh wreath. Second, the leaves are much smaller and the wreath is 100% eucalyptus, so the look is quite different. Eucalyptus looks great year-round, but note that this wreath won’t last forever!
Our next year-round front door wreath pick is dreamy and ethereal. It’s handmade using naturally preserved grasses, lavender, wheat, and amaranth. Furthermore, its blend of colors works for all four seasons.
Our designers love how this earthy wreath blends elements of a few other wreaths on the list: magnolia and eucalyptus. Both are long-lasting leaves, but it is a fresh piece, so they may gradually fade and curl as they dry. Misting it will help with longevity.
#11 // Real Lavender Wreath
Lastly, this stunning piece is made of fresh dried lavender from France. Treasured as much for its fragrance as its style, be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight and sheltered from the elements so it will last as long as possible. Our designs like to use a touch of purple in our landscape visualizations because it pops against so many colors. We’d use this piece on wood, white, black, or even brightly colored front doors.
Our favorite year round front door wreaths
We’re all for changing out your front porch decor with the seasons… but sometimes it makes sense to keep things simple. Year round front door wreaths can be tricked out for holidays, saving you money on replacing them every few months. Or you can source one that suits your taste and let it adorn your door for months and months to come! We hope you’ve found one or two wreaths on this list that speak to your style.
Front door wreaths can dress up a space — but they won’t entirely revamp your curb appeal. For that, we recommend turning to our expert exterior designers and our photorealistic visualizations. All we need is a picture of where you are now and some ideas of where you’d like to be. From there, we’ll give you both a visualization of your dream exterior design AND a list of resources to make it happen. Get started today.
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