During a time when we can’t frequently visit the inside of each other’s houses, making the outside appear as welcoming as possible from a distance seems to feel more important to us than ever – especially as we approach the festive season.
At Not On The High Street, searches for Christmas wreaths have risen by 124 per cent, and Pinterest is also reporting a 160 per cent rise as we all look for ever more creative inspiration to dress up our front doors this year.
From brights and florals to classic pine cones and red berries, your perfect Christmas wreath for 2020 is out there, and we want to help you find it. So whether you’re a traditionalist or after something contemporary, favour minimalism or love an explosion of foliage, or prefer neutral tones or want a colourful display, we hope you’ll find something you love in our edit below.
The best Christmas wreaths for 2020
Dried flowers are having a major moment – this wreath will brighten up your home all year round.
This M&S wire wreath would make a great indoor decoration too.
10 per cent of all sales of this wreath will be donated directly to the NHS.
A gorgeous traditional take brimming with eucalyptus, pine cones and oranges.
For amazing quality on a budget, Waitrose’s Christmas wreaths are hard to beat.
At this price we’ll take one for every door on the street.
Slightly pricier than Poundland’s version, but look at those colours!
Proof that pearls definitely aren’t just for jewellery.
Each of 7 Over 7’s Christmas wreaths comes with a scented candle to match its look and feel.
An alternative Christmas wreath that’s begging to be Instagrammed.
Perfect snowy vibes regardless of the actual weather on the day.
Add a custom touch with your house name or number thanks to Next’s personalised Christmas wreaths.
Everyone’s favourite letterbox flower supplier also does a cracking line of wreaths.
Another Waitrose option with a more pared-back arrangement.
The quirky addition of toadstools really sets this Liberty wreath apart.
For those who aren’t fans of foliage.
A truly gorgeous green affair.
Christmas wreaths with more visible branches can still be super pretty.
The use of florals makes this a more evergreen choice.
Maximalists, your dreams have come true in wreath form.
Who knew blueberries could look so festive?
White berries and Eucalyptus leaves with a frosty finish.
A personalised design that will make you the envy of the entire street.