Written by Hugh Metcalf

Best artificial Christmas wreaths for 2019

Looking for a stylish wreath that will last the whole festive season? We’ve picked the best artificial styles for 2019 for an evergreen Christmas.

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Whether it’s for your front door or your fireplace, a good wreath is an essential decoration to complete your Christmas look.

If you love the natural look when it comes to festive foliage, a real wreath might be your dream. However, it’s possible to pick up an artificial wreath that looks just like the real thing and, better still, it’ll last beyond the 12 days of Christmas so you can re-use it year after year.

Our top tips? Look for wreaths that mix different foliage, have softer, more realistic leaf colourings and more organic shaping.

Here’s our pick of the best faux wreaths for 2019 that look just like the real thing.

Frosted wreath, £29.99, The Contemporary Home

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Worked around a wicker base, the irregular stems branching from this wreath from The Contemporary Home give a very effective, realistic look, while lightly frosted leaves add another dimension to the design.

Foliage wreath, £17, B&Q

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Mixing varying shades of faux green foliage and gives this wreath a natural feel. At £17, this foliage wreath from B&Q is a steal for such a detailed design.

Christmas Noir wreath, £14, Argos

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For a more contemporary style, this wire wreath from Argos features a pared-back arrangement of faux eucalyptus and succulents.

Laurel wreath, £39.99, Lights4fun

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With its muted green leaves, micro-lights and hessian bow, we’re a little bit in love with this stylish laurel and eucalyptus wreath from Lights4fun.

Snowscape mistletoe wreath, £40, John Lewis & Partners

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This luxuriously full wreath is packed with pinecones and pretty snowberries. Frosted green foliage offers a more realistic look.

Fig blue and green leaf wreath, £25, Dunelm

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For something a little bit different, this fig leaf wreath from Dunelm has beautifully natural-shaped leaf with a blue-green iridescent shimmer.


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