This May Be the Coolest Holiday Trend We Spotted This Year

Traditional holiday decorators, look away! Your sensibilities will be shocked by this article, where wreaths wrapped in eucalyptus, macrame, and rattan are suggested to pep up your bare walls and doors. But if you’re feeling adventurous this season and want to try on a new style for when it comes to holiday decor, then these new-wave wreaths just might catch your interest. Bohemians can adopt dream-catcher-like crochet wreaths, where vintage lovers can pick out sugar-sprinkled walnut wreaths that give any front door a retro touch. Minimalists will appreciate bare eucalyptus wreaths, whereas maximalists might be tempted with teal and peach flower designs. Check out some original picks below, and see if you’re feeling bold this season!

Usually poinsettias are the star of the Christmas show, but this holiday peony and magnolia wreath with its copper, bronze, and seafoam green shades really brings in the holiday touch, even if it’s outside-of-the-box.

For those craving a Scandinavian, minimalist holiday, you can’t go wrong with a modern eucalyptus leaf design.

If a rustic, barnyard Christmas is more your speed, then this twig-wrapped, rattan wreath is a fun pick. Covered in snowflakes, cranberries, and shabby-chic birch stars, it’s full of merriment.

Bohemians don’t need to cash in their free-spirited style during the holiday season—you just need to invest in macrame wreaths like this one to keep your salt-of-the-earth vibe. The holly sprigs really give it that jovial touch.

You can make the holidays as whimsical as you want them to be—especially if you decorate your house with winter diorama wreaths that flaunt pink Christmas trees, peonies, and cotton balls.

Take the traditional nut of the Nutcracker and turn it into a festive wreath. All you need is a red bow on top and it’s ready to decorate your windows and doors!

This wreath will put the twinkle into the holidays, but in colors you might not expect. Boasting poinsettias, ornaments, and leaf sprays in soft peach, rose gold, and light teal colors, it’s the perfect option for those who like to step outside of the red-and-green lines.

Make your house cozy by covering it in chunky wreaths made out of Merino wool, really capturing that “hygge” vibe of winter.

Mixing together pinecones, eucalyptus leaves, and white apples, this rustic wreath creates a barnyard-chic holiday statement. Plus you can personalize it with your family name, making it the perfect front door statement piece.

Go vintage with this sweet flannel number, combining the warm accents of red plaid with a retro, wool poppy cluster decorated with holly.

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