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Best Christmas Pine Wreath for Front Door
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I've been looking for the best Chrismas wreath for my front door and am amazed at the beauty and versatility of what I've found. I never used to like putting anything on my door but have recently changed my mind about it. Not only does it make the house look festive but it brings a cheer to the street too.
I am looking for something in the mid price range of $60-70 since the cheaper ones look, well... cheap - and sometimes a little bit tacky. Luckily, when I started searching I came across the really amazing ones that I would not hesitate to put out to create a holiday atmosphere without trying too much. All the five of them are quite different and beautiful in their own unique way.
Apart from my own preference, I considered such things as the ratings to select the products with no fewer than 4 stars. I was using Amazon for my search because you can count on getting the order by the time you expect it. With the holiday season approaching, this is most important. I am listing them without a particular order to let you choose the one you like.
I love the natural look of this decorative piece - it looks like it's made out of one of those shrubs that I pass on my walks in the local park. It is fluffy, with the green twigs generously covered with red berries. It's stylish. I see it not being out of place not only on Thanksgiving and Christmas but also through the whole winter season. There are no baubles. There is an expression "smart-casual" when people talk about someone's attire. Well, this is the "smart-casual" of the wreath world. It's 22-24 inches in diameter and 5-6 inches deep.
This is my second favourite, with the sprigs of pine and juniper looking like they've just been picked from the trees forming the base and beautiful pine cones of different sizes scattered around it. Like the one above, it is understated, so can be used to keep the outside door pretty through the whole winter. It looks very real too - like it's just been cut and put together. And it's large too, opening up to 30 inches in diameter!
This item is smaller than the other two, but it doesn't make it less attractive. On the contrary, it looks festive and I would probably save it for special occasions despite the description saying that it can be used through the year.
It is made of artificial long and short needle pine branches interspersed with red berry sprigs, as well as pine cones and little twigs sprayed with silver and gold. It's a really gorgeous piece measuring 22 inches in diameter and 6-7 inches deep.
This one is also smaller than the first two and looks very pretty with red sparkly baubles, winter berries and pine cones interspersed with each other. There is a sprinkling of white on the cones and pine needles which makes them look as if they are covered with snow. It measures 22 inches in diameter and 6-7 inches deep. It would surely brighten up any door during the winter festivities.
This is the most festive item of the five I've described here. It is generously decorated with gold and red sparkly ornaments, red berries and faux evergreens - short and long needle pine and juniper twigs, as well pine cones. Like the previous two, it measures 200 inches in diameter and 6-7 inches deep. I think it will be such a beautiful decoration not only for your door but for the whole street.
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