If you pine for festive ways to deck your halls, these wreaths, garlands and boughs present plenty of inspiration.

Pine boughs, Berries, Pinecones, Spray, Entry hall mirror, Amaryllis flowers, Candy canes, Pine branches

A spray of pine, berries and pinecones top and entry hall mirror. Below, an arrangement of amaryllis flowers, candy canes and long-needled pine branches enhance the display.

Long-needed pine, Red ribbon, Red ornaments

A lush swag of long-needled pine frames a decorated doorway. Red ribbons and shiny ornaments add a bright, festive punch.

Pine, fir, Red apples, Trough

A thick bed of pine and fir cradle a bushel of polished red apples filling a rustic trough.

Canopy bed, Lights, Red ribbon, Artificial pine swags
Photo by Scot Zimmerman

A charming Park City bedroom celebrates with a canopy bed crowned with twinkling lights, red ribbon and artificial pine swags.

Long-needled pine, Wreath, Mantle, Pine spray
Design by Gatehouse No. 1.; Photo by Rebekah Westover

A wreath of long-needled pine fills an empty picture frame staged above a mantle draped with a spray of similar pine and greens.

Boxwood wreath, Stone urn, Red roses

A boxwood wreath tops a stone urn, creating a verdant base for a tightly bunched mound of roses.

Roses, Clementine, Pine boughs, Iron chandelier
Photo by Scot Zimmerman

Roses, clementines and lush pine adorn an iron chandelier in a cozy Park City home.

Pine boughs, White ceramics
Design by Anne-Marie Barton; Photo by Scot Zimmerman

The simplicity of unadorned pine boughs perfectly suits a Park City home’s rustic décor and shapely white ceramics.

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Brad Mee
Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.