14 Stunning Holiday Wreaths

Hang one of these beautiful wreaths for some extra holiday cheer.
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Orange Eucalyptus Wreath

Made by hand on a family farm in the Salinas Valley, this orange eucalyptus wreath is fresh and fragrant. $89; vivaterra.com

Southwestern Kick!

In the Southwest hanging chilies at the door brings good luck. This wreath combines chile de arbol peppers, sage and thyme. williams-sonoma.com

Magnolia Magic

This fresh magnolia leaf wreath is cut by hand at a family-owned farm in Salinas, California. Live Magnolia & Fir Wreath; potterybarn.com

Smells of Roses

Liven up the house with a handmade Eucalyptus and Red Berry wreath that smells just as good as it looks! Live Eucalyptus & Red Berry Wreath from Pottery Barn.

Succulent Circle

This plump and juicy number is a visually stimulating succulent garden transformed into a beautiful holiday wreath. Mixed Succulent Wreath; williams-sonoma.com

Olive Wreath

Long, green olive leaves make a beautifully abundant wreath complemented with white tallow berries.

Paper Wreath

Branch out with this rustic wreath made of rolled paper and twigs. $89.95; crateandbarrel.com

Grains Wreath

The air-dried grains and grasses in this gorgeous wreath include flax, red broom corn, black sorghum and Highlander millet. $49.95; williams.sonoma.com

Christmas Tree Wreath

Monterey pine, red cedar and California bay leaves act as a backdrop for shiny silver ornaments on this festive tree-shaped wreath. $59.95; williams-sonoma.com

Farmers' Market Herb Wreath

Full of all the beauty of a farmers' market, this wreath features blue lavender, purple Mexican sage, thyme, bay leaves and pepperberries. $99.95; williams-sonoma.com

Red Hydrangea Wreath

This wreath tells quite a story: hydrangeas are grown by the ocean, sun bleached then enhanced with food coloring for a bright, cheery look. $98; vivaterra.com

Square Mixed-Herb Wreath

It's hip to be square! Made on a family-owned farm in California, this wreath is full of bay leaves, dried marjoram, purple Mexican sage, double feverfew orange safflower and yarrow. $59.95; williams-sonoma.com

Organic Pussy Willow Wreath

The white pods of the pussy willow wreath give a snowy feel to any door décor. $65 and up; vivaterra.com

Lavender Wreath

Add color and a lovely fragrance to your home with a dried lavender wreath.

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