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11 Wreaths That Will Look Beautiful on Your Front Door Through All 4 Seasons

Many of them use dried flowers and leaves or durable materials that can withstand the elements.
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You may associate wreaths with winter holidays, but they don't have to be specific to one season. Instead of spending extra money on four wreaths each year, invest in one quality piece that will work beautifully whether it's spring, summer, winter, or fall. All season-wreaths also make perfect housewarming gifts, and they're versatile enough that you can hang them inside or place them flat on a tabletop with a vase or candle in the center.

Most of the picks on our list are made from dried flowers and leaves, so make sure you pay close attention to the hanging instructions; some need to be hung in covered doorways that are sheltered from the weather. Also, keep in mind that the texture and color could fade with time, especially if you're hanging these wreaths in direct sunlight. To clean dried flowers, use a hair dryer on the coolest temperature and lowest speed setting about 10 inches from the wreath. If the wreath is made of metal or wood, clean it using a feather duster. 

The Best Wreaths for Any Season

Williams Sonoma Painted Salal & Eucalyptus Wreath
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Williams Sonoma Painted Salal & Eucalyptus Wreath

From $109.95, williams-sonoma.com

This wreath is crafted from air-dried canella and salal berries, eucalyptus, and artemisia that are painted for a soft, ethereal effect—and the piece blends seamlessly with every season.

Terrain Verdigris Oak and Acorn Wreath
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Terrain Verdigris Oak and Acorn Wreath

$88, terrain.com

Wreaths made from industrial materials make excellent all-season options, like this one crafted from weathered iron and brass. This iterations is best for hanging on front doors that are covered or sheltered from weather. 

Pottery Barn Pampas Grass Wreath
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Pottery Barn Pampas Grass Wreath

$59, potterybarn.com

If you prefer a more neutral wreath, this one, crafted from fluffy pampas grass, has a lovely bohemian vibe. This grass type is delicate, so hang the loop inside or on a front door that is covered.

Gracie Oaks Dried Heathcliff Floral Wreath
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Gracie Oaks Dried Heathcliff Floral Wreath

$142.99, wayfair.com

When we think of a traditional wreath, we think "green." So if you'd like something in classic green with just a subtle pop of color, opt for this one made from avena, larkspur, and echinops.

West Elm Faux Succulent Wreath
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West Elm Faux Succulent Wreath

$112, westelm.com

Made of artificial greenery, this wreath has everything you love about succulents—it boasts texture and shape and brings the natural world inside effortlessly, without taking up a lot of space (plus, it requires zero maintenance).

Crate and Barrel Olive Wreath
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Crate and Barrel Olive Wreath

$71, crateandbarrel.com

Bring texture to your home with this soft gray-green olive leaf wreath. It's a beautiful, but minimalist accent to your home décor all year round.

Balsam Hill White Forsythia Wreath
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Balsam Hill White Forsythia Wreath

$99, balsamhill.com

There is elegance in this option's simplicity—white forsythias and light brown stems make for a captivating focal point. It's sure to set a graceful scene when displayed at your entryway or above your fireplace mantel.

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Pottery Barn Dried Abigale Wreath

$69, potterybarn.com

Brighten up with home with this dashing wreath from Pottery Barn. Made with florals that were grown, cut fresh, and dried, thethis décor piece will maintain its gorgeous colors and textures for years to come.

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Creekside Farms Dried Mixed Marigold Wreath

$79, food52.com

Crafted on a family farm completely by hand, this lush wreath will add a golden touch to any area of your home. It features an assortment of flowers—yarrow, white statice, and marigolds—as well as yellow-and-orange herbs. Any fresh ingredients will last for a week and then dry into an enduring arrangement.

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Right Side Hand Meadow Flower Asymmetrical Wreath

$178, anthropologie.com

This piece looks like you foraged it from a nearby woodland forrest. One side is made from twisting twigs and branches while the other casts a floral display of local flowers, wild flora, and fungi.

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Pottery Barn Dried Lavender Wreath

$89, potterybarn.com

Known for its calming, fragrant scent, dried lavender is center stage in this wreath's stunning display. The delicate decoration should be used for indoor use only and kept away from moisture, as the colors may bleed.