Winter Wreaths and Door Decor

A cheery front door decoration is the perfect way to welcome winter guests. Perk up your home's entrance with seven inspirational ideas shared by HGTV fans.

Whimscal Welcome

RMSer AutumnLady18's message is clear: Bring on the white stuff! Vintage ice skates, pine boughs and a glittered chipboard phrase create a one-of-a-kind decoration.

Fresh Idea

Magnolia, boxwood and fresh apples combine to add a vibrant pop of color to HGTV fan HerbofDC's door. Tip: Apples won't stay fresh for more than a week; substitute faux fruit for an enduring alternative.

More Is More

Fresh boxwood wreaths in assorted shapes and sizes are linked together for a modern spin on the traditional wreath. Like conifers, boxwoods are evergreen, making them a beautiful alternative to pine or cedar. Created by Rate My Spacer crafteejen.

Hip to Be Square

HGTV fan jodimichelle received a little help from her kids to create this stylish (and free!) pinecone wreath. Click on the link below for her step-by-step instructions.

Nature's Bounty

Assorted winter greenery, pinecones, artichokes and cranapples combine to create a woodsy, organic wreath. Created by Share My Crafter thegatheringplace.

Oh-So-Rustic

A small barn star and flat-backed basket filled with fresh-cut evergreens add a primitive touch to this front door. Created by HGTV fan Trudi Burns.

Colonial-Style Wreath

HGTV fan cattknap was inspired by a trip to Colonial Williamsburg to create this wreath. Unique elements include pheasant feathers and fragrant oranges studded with cloves.

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