Christmas hasn’t come until the wreath is hung! The big question is whether to go natural or to use something which is man-made and can be re-used each year. It will be of no surprise to Iggy & Burt followers, that we are huge believers in all things natural; as what can be grown, can be restored.
Here are our favourite picks of those natural wreaths which are available for all budgets this Christmas and which will bring your front door or interior walls to festive life and cheer.
Bloom&Wild, The Festive Forest Wreath, £58.
For ease, style, and quality, we find that you can never go wrong with Bloom & Wild. We love this Festive Forest Wreath as it reminds us of long winter walks.
This eye-catching wreath will look great on the front door, or equally inside as a decorative feature or even a centre piece for the Christmas lunch table.
Sendmeachristmastree.co.uk, Natural Wreath, starting from £26
One of our favourite locally based businesses is Sussex Trees. This year they are offering a simple and sleek all natural wreath made up of noble fir, holly, ivy and pine needles. As they say, sometime is it is best to let Mother Nature do the talking and in our opinion, the Natural Wreath would befit and brighten the door of any home.
The National Trust, Natural Bark Star Twig Wreath, £20
Our National Trust is a treasure, and unsurprisingly they lead the way in natural and sustainable decoration options this year. This contemporary design is beautifully crafted and very good value at only £20. This wreath will keep for years to come and offers an abundance of festive cheer.
We love this wreath as you can add to the festive sense, by sprinkling essences on to the bark to really heighten the sense and smell of Christmas.
The Rose Shed, DIY Wreath Kit, £45
Let’s face it, we’ve all had more time on our hands than we would have wished for this year. That said, the Rose Shed has offered the perfect reprieve for those who want some quiet creative time and a break from the family commitments this Christmas. For this look no further DIY wreath kits from the Rose Shed in Bristol, which include frames and moss for the base, foliage, and decorative extras including lotus seedheads for something unique and easy to assemble. A bargain at £45 too.
Common Farm Flowers, Christmas Willow Wreath, £70
Another favourite of ours, and a business who puts sustainability high on its order of priorities is Common Farm Flowers. This year they are offering this stunning natural willow wreath which will capture the interest and compliment of any visitor who graces your door.
Tregothnan, Quintessentially British Wreath, £210
If 2020 has been a year to forget, but you would like a Christmas to remember, then look no further than Tregothnan’s Quintessentially British Wreath. Plastic free and handcrafted, this beautiful wreath is classic, classy and Christmas encompassed.
We love this brand and if you are tempted by this beautiful wreath take some time to check out Tregothnan’s tea (grown on British soil), and which will make for the perfect stocking fillers.