9 Wreaths To Round Out the Home

Pine needles and pinecones tend to dominate the holiday wreath market, but non-traditionalists need not despair. When we discover a steampunk version of the holiday staple fashioned with metal gears and one forming a succulent oasis, we aren’t disenchanted by this step away from convention – only further charmed.

By Valerie Chen
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Copper Himmeli Wreath

Inspired by the himmeli, a traditional Finnish Christmas ornament, this delicate copper and black cord wreath is a minimalist’s dream. HRUSKAA, $235.

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Silk Garden Rose Wreath

Intertwined vines, roses and rose hips form this wreath fit for a tea party. Not everyone has the Midas touch when it comes to living florals, so silk flowers are a lovely alternative. Lamps Plus, $100.

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Succulent Wreath

If you prefer the real deal, succulents are practically a free pass for greenery maintenance. VivaTerra offers a fetching wreath featuring green-gray, burgundy and silver groups of these desert-thriving plants. VivaTerra, $98.

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Funky Faux Bois Wreath

Nowhere near traditional, the Funky Faux Bois Wreath parades a mirror and woodland flowers handmade from recycled papier mache. An array of playful color options (are you feeling bahaman sea blue or pumpkin blush today?) amplify the fun. Stray Dog Designs, $300.

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Steampunk Wreath of Gears

Looking for major wow factor? Go with a steampunk wreath: dozens of faux-metal gears (laser cut from cardboard and painted in metallic finishes) adhered to a medium-density fibreboard. WhoaSplendid Colors, $329.

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Sculptural Wreath

Clean iron lines make up an abstract wreath, perfect for even inside the home. Pottery Barn, $299.

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Ombre Sunburst Wreath

Over the sofa, above the bed, next to a complementing art piece – just a few places where this natural wood sunburst wreath would feel at home. Fallen Walnut, $235.

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Coastal Shells Wreath

Already nostalgic for those summer beach days? Find comfort in Pier 1’s Coastal Shells Wreath, a multi-textured piece with layers of dried grass and seashells. Pier 1 Imports, $60.

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Emily Thompson Pear & Spruce Wreath

This woodsy wreath artfully revitalizes the classic pine cone wreath formula, adding pear branches, protea and ribbon. Terrain, $268.

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