The arrival of spring signals new beginnings, and there’s no better time to give your home a fresh seasonal update… starting with the front door!
Whether you like minimalism, Scandi-style, country chic or maximalist décor, a spring wreath will brighten up your space with a subtle nod to the season.
Here’s a roundup of our favourite spring wreaths on the market this year!
The best spring wreaths for 2021
Dried Flower Wreath, £42, FlorenceAndFlowers via Etsy
We adore the vibrant dried flowers on this wreath, and we also love its modern, asymmetric design. The thing we love most, however, is the fact that it’s everlasting, so if you keep it indoors and look after it, it’ll keep bringing you joy and brightening up your home season after season. Just be sure to put in proper storage when it’s not on display!
Flower Spring Wreath, £27.99, Lights 4 Fun
If you’re looking to spruce up your home ready for the new season, nothing says ‘spring has arrived’ quite like this charming floral wreath from Lights 4 Fun. Featuring faux green foliage and delicate white flowers, it’ll give any room a fresh, light feel. Why not style it on your Easter table with some white pillar candles and gingham accessories?
Valensole Sunflower Circle, £17.99, Culture Vulture
Perfect if you prefer a low-key look to bring a little pop of spring to your front door. The design – a cheerful cluster of vibrant faux sunflowers on a minimalist contemporary metal hoop – brings to mind carrying a basket of freshly-gather flowers down a country lane!
Faux Wildflower Wreath, £47.99, Museum Selection
This beautiful wildflower wreath is inspired by the meadow flowers that bloom along country lanes in the spring. It weaves together faux stems and blooms in pretty purple, yellow and white tones and makes a perfect centrepiece for an Easter table!
Handmade Blue Dried Flower Wreath, £51, Not on the High Street
If sustainable home décor is high on your wishlist, you’ll love this handmade wreath by British brand Shropshire Petals. All of the wheat featured on the wreath is home grown on the company’s farm, whilst the country flowers – thistle heads, blue and purple larkspur, lavender and rhodanthe – are naturally dried with no colours added. The bright colours will fade after 3-4 months, but the wreath itself will last for years and years.
Artificial Green and Mustard Wreath, £35, La Redoute
This subtle design features fluffy yellow clusters of faux blossoms peeking out from natural-look green foliage, giving the impression of a blooming spring hedgerow. Ideal for a down-to-earth cottagecore scheme!
Spring Tulip Wreath, £38, Blossomloops via Etsy
This stunning tulip wreath from independent Etsy maker, Blossomloops, is sure to make a beautiful seasonal statement on your front door. It’s available in two sizes and you can even request different colour tulips, although we love the zingy orange and yellow combo.
Spring Wreath Kit, £45, FlorenceAndFlowers via Etsy
Last but not least, if you’re after something more personal this Easter, what could be better than a make-your-own spring wreath kit? The full set comes with everything you’ll need to put together your own stunning season-inspired creation, including a 12 inch wreath ring, sphagnum moss, wire, and a selection of fresh and dried foliage and flowers. There’s also a full set of instructions to guide you through the making process, plus a length of coloured twine so you can hang the finished result on your front door.
Lavender Wreath, £34.99, Lights4Fun
Lavender starts to make its appearance in late spring, foretelling sultry summer days ahead. We love the delicate purple blooms on this wreath, which features faux lavender interwoven with lifelike foliage and hedgerow flowers.
With a sizeable 56cm diameter, it’s definitely a front-door showstopper! However, we think it would also look fantastic styled in a country-look kitchen or hanging on a rustic back door.
Feeling inspired? Complete the look with this front door makeover guide!