Looking for an updated look for your front door? Check out one of these amazing Modern Spring Wreaths.
Spring in Utah is always a bit weird. You never know what you’re going to get. One minute the temps are hovering in the low 70’s, while the next it’s snowing…a couple of feet. Regardless, I am ready to pull out all of my Spring decor and welcome warmer weather with open arms.
I’ve already added a few accents around the house and now I am ready to work on the front door. I can’t wait to add a pretty wreath. While looking for inspiration online, I came across 10 absolutely fantastic modern spring wreaths.
10 Modern Spring Wreaths
This modern spring wreath inspired by Rifle Paper Co.’s 2016 floral calendar is absolutely gorgeous and requires absolutely no H2O. Pick it up on ETSY from Alison Michel.
Who would have thought a simple wreath form spray painted and adorned with a succulent could look so perfect? This modern wreath made by Sugar and Cloth makes for a simple, but stunning statement piece.
One of my all-time favorite wreaths, is this super-crisp modern creation made by Sarah over at Pretty Providence. I love the high contrast provided by the black and white stripes. Stunning!
I love that all of the items in this whimsical triangle wreath are “found and foraged.” The summer weather would cause these greens to wilt, but it would sure be easy to pick up a few stems at the craft store.
The first time I saw this stunning metal flower bicycle wreath, I fell in love. It’s great when someone comes up with something truly different and creative like this…And, the bicycle spokes. Love.
It seems like everyone has a grapevine wreath or two in storage. Pull it out and create something similar to this gorgeous creation by adding a few air plants and succulents. It will look fantastic on the front door for Spring.
Succulents are one of the highlights in modern decorating. They’re found hanging, sitting on the tabletop and on beautiful wreaths like this one. Don’t have a green thumb? Faux succulents are absolutely the answer.
This pretty paper flower wreath is a stunner. It’s bright colors feel tropical and make me want to put on a pair of shorts and walk out in the sun!
Dream catchers have been making the rounds for a few years now, but few are as pretty as this dream catcher wreath. Spring it up by adding a little color instead of the feathers.
There are few things more whimsical than butterflies. This fun wreath layers paper butterflies and leaves on top of a simple white grapevine wreath.
I am working on my own paper flower wreath and I can’t wait to get it up on the front door!
Looking for a few more great ideas? Check out my Wreaths Board on Pinterest.