Scale is so important. This stately, traditional limestone entryway deserves an oversized wreath to make a true statement. A Suzanne Kasler design captured by Emily Followill.
Image 1: Eric Ross designed cheerful blue with garland and red ribbon. | Image 2: Traditional Charleston home with the perfect coral, magnolia wreath and topiary planters. Image by Charleston Inspired. | Image 3: No shortage of pine and magnolia to grace a friend’s door cheerful every season of the year. Design by Clary Bosbyshell and image by Mary Catherine Brownfield.
There is nothing, and I mean noting, like a garland of strong, brown and green magnolia leaves that makes my hear skip a beat. When done right, layered on thick, there’s nothing quite like the statement it can make on the outside of a home. Images: The Charleston Lens
Don’t forget about the side entry Christmas decor! This one is extra darling with a Dutch door and magnolia garland. Design by Heather Chadduck.
Fraser fir and cypress wreath with a few pinecones and rich navy and brown ribbon are the perfect combination for a neutral, timeless wreath that will sure to add curb-appeal to any home. Image by Nine and Sixteen.
More magnolia inspiration from Charleston, SC. Image from Kayla Chance.
There’s something about downtown at Christmas time that sparks curiosity of the past and wonder of the what might have been. Imagine walking the streets of Georgetown looking up into the wreath filled windows and historic front door topped with a wreath. I can only image how it would make life standstill for a moment as you soak in the beauty of the homes. Image by District by Meg.
A Connecticut Classic captured by Taft Alexander
Not technically a front door but an entry worth sharing. Charlotte, NC home that has my full attention! Simple wreath and bow decorations but notice the size – this large wreath makes an elegant statement. Design by Jane Schwab and image by Laurey Glenn
Image 1: Design by Cathy Kincaid | Image 2: Design by Julie Neill Designs and image by Allison Gootee
Does it get any sweeter than this? Raleigh, NC home decked out for the holidays and a sweet little pup eager to welcome guests. Design by Maggie Dillon and image by Brie Williams. | Front door color is Farrow and Ball Hardwick White No. 5