Christmas is in the air. Literally. London’s skies are filled with lights in honor of the season. But it’s not just the skies that are looking pretty these days. The streets are, too. Specifically the doors. And that’s because of the Christmas wreaths in London. Like everything else this time of year, the city takes them seriously. And here are the highlights…
Christmas Wreaths in London
I started noticing the city’s Christmas wreaths years ago when I moved to Kensington. The neighborhood was full of beautiful seasonal circles in all colors and styles.
This year I’ve seen even more of them in Belgravia, and it’s no surprise that such a chi chi area would want to deck the doors with boughs of everything from pinecones to pink baubles.
I’ve been running around the neighborhood photographing the wreaths over the last few weeks, and today I bring you a selection of the prettiest Christmas wreaths in London’s Belgravia. I hope you enjoy them.
Have you seen any good Christmas wreaths in London or around the world this year?