Adding a wreath to your front door is one of the easiest ways to incorporate seasonal decor. It makes the space feel special and inviting, which is exactly how guests should feel when stopping by for a visit.
There is such a large variety of styles when it comes to fall wreaths, making it hard to choose a favorite. The colors range from warm autumn hues to muted neutrals, and everything from berries, to pumpkins, and pinecones can be found adorning these wreaths.
Here are some of my favorite fall wreath ideas to help you achieve the perfect autumn focal point for your home.
This delicate wreath adds a nice bit of texture and a neutral touch to any space. Perfect for fitting in a variety of interior or exterior spaces.
This magnolia and eucalyptus wreath is a classic and beautiful way to some seasonal color to your porch.
If you want simple, pretty, and perfect for fall, this wreath is for you. Sometimes less is more!
I love the simplicity of this wreath. Preserved grain grasses are beautifully intertwined to create a natural look with fun texture.
If a neutral fall wreath is more your style, this one is for you. The delicate white berry detailing would also transition perfectly into the winter season.
Eucalyptus leaves are great greens to use for decor all year round, but I love the burnt orange look for the autumn months.
A pinecone wreath is a classic and one that will also transition well from fall into the winter months. Add a seasonally appropriate bow for a festive touch.
This wreath is one of my favorites! I love the visual interest the asymmetry provides.
This wreath just sort of screams fall. There’s no denying what season it belongs to and you can be sure it will bring a touch of autumn to your space.
Incorporate some pretty pumpkins into your space with this wreath. Its muted tones keep it simple, but the details make it far from boring.
If you’re leaning more into halloween decor, this wreath is the perfect addition. The black eucalyptus leaves provide just the right amount of spooky!