It’s almost fall and you know what that means: Cue up the pumpkin spice lattes and fall activities. Ah yes, the number one season of the year is upon us (sorry, summer lovers, but we’re *over* this unbearable heat), and we can almost feel the crisp autumnal breeze rustling the leaves. And, if you’re anything like us, you’re already thinking about your front door’s aesthetic.
Because last year’s holiday season was a bit, uh, underwhelming, we’re looking to take our fall decor to the next level. Wreaths are a seasonal staple, and with so many to choose from, it can be hard to figure out which one’s best for your style. From boho ombre wreaths at Anthropologie to minimalist and rustic wreaths from West Elm, the possibilities are endless — not to mention how chic a classic eucalyptus wreath can be. Plus, this year we’re not stopping the styling with our front doors (psst you can hang ‘em inside!). That’s why we’ve compiled a list of 30 fall wreaths, plus where they’ll look best in your house for 2021.
1. Tansy Wreath
Best for: Cheerful Hutches or Cupboards
When we hear ‘autumn,’ we often envision amber cornfields and swirling golden leaves. This wreath, made of air-dried tansy, is hand-assembled in Washington state from locally grown botanicals for a truly authentic fall feel. We recommend bringing the beauty inside by mounting this wreath onto your dining room hutch or cupboards (because it’s too pretty to leave outside).
2. Capiz Wreath
Best for: Sophisticated Statement Mantles
Looking for something that says ‘urban sophisticate’? This one’s for you. Handcrafted with frosted capiz shells and golden highlights, this pearlescent metal wreath is the perfect statement piece. Hang this hand-painted piece above your mantle for some contrast and sophistication against that wood-burning fire.
3. Coastal Wreath
Best for: Coastal Curb Appeal
Coastal farmhouse is hot right now, and if you’re looking to bring the trend into your seasonal decor, this is *the* way to do it. Embellished with dried eucalyptus, pampas, bunny tails and thistle, this brass framed wreath features coastal colors with a seasonal twist. Hang it on your front door, and we guarantee “oohs” and “ahhs” from your neighbors.
4. Ombre Wreath
Best for: Rainbow Centerpieces
This au courant ombre wreath takes holiday cheer to a whole new level. Made from dried and preserved flax, we love how these jewel-toned colors come together to create a bright and cheery aesthetic with plenty of plumage. Lay the wreath flat on your kitchen or dining room table and surround it with candles for a truly unique centerpiece.
5. Earthy Wreath
Best for: Natural Porch Decor
Looking to boost your curb appeal? Right now, the hottest exterior paint trends to follow are soft neutrals and nature-inspired tones. And this wreath totally follows suit. Constructed on a 14-inch wood hoop, this wreath is adorned with mini pumpkins, wine-colored eucalyptus, oat grass, dried sweet Annie and dark navy fruit pods to bring all of nature’s colors together into one design. Hang this anywhere on your porch— either on your front door or between two rocking chairs to give your exterior a trendy facelift.
6. Pops of Pink Wreath
Best for: Romantic Walls
If the traditional autumn color palette feels a little too... muted for your tastes, we’ve got a solution. Made from a mix of dried canary grass, wild oats, flax and legumes, this pink-hued wreath is arranged by hand, and it’s straight-up adorable. Its diameter is 21 inches long, which is just the right size to hang on a blank white wall as a touch of romantic autumn artwork.
7. Raffia Wreath
Best for: Boho Entryways
Looking for something to match your boho aesthetic? Look no further. This sunburst wreath is handmade from raffia and wood beads to give a raw, free-spirited feel. Hang it over your entryway console with some beaded decor below for the ultimate autumn-boho-vibe.
8. Bunny Tail Wreath
Best for: Kitchen Window Color
There’s nothing quite like watching the colorful leaves change from outside your kitchen window. So if you’re looking to recreate that feeling inside, we recommend hanging this striking piece from the window above your kitchen sink. Made from a mix of pampas and bunny tails on a gold metal hoop, this colorful wreath is designed with natural and pink phalaris, white ruscus, broom, lavender and more for a truly mixed bag of botanical color.
9. Pumpkin Wreath
Best for: Boho Front Yard Fences
Fall would be nothing with pumpkin carving and jack-o-lanterns, but let’s face it: they don’t exactly go with our design aesthetic. This pumpkin adorned piece isn’t your typical orange and black fall wreath — it’s better. Constructed with pampas grass, lambs ear, and off-white velvet pumpkins, this wood-beaded wreath is the perfect addition to your existing pieces. Hang it from your front yard (or backyard) fence to keep up your home’s boho vibe without sacrificing the fall spirit.
10. Minimalist Wreath
Best for: Contemporary Windows
Does the whole “fall decoration” thing cramp your style? Not to worry, this minimalist wreath takes all the hoopla out of seasonal decor and brings us back to the basics. Designed by Pauline Stanley Studio, this gold-plated ring features just preserved eucalyptus, wire and twine for a truly minimalist design. Hang it from your Japandi-style windows, and we promise you won’t feel like you’ve been ambushed by autumn festivity.
11. Billy Button Wreath
Best for: Brightening Laundry Rooms
Looking to boost more than your laundry’s mixed colors? Go with this Billy Button wreath. Featuring a base with eucalyptus and olive leaves, this wreath is garnished with yellow Billy Buttons and strawflowers, white globe amaranth and statice for a diverse array of textures. Hang it above a window or over the dryer in your laundry room, and you’ll have something to brighten the doldrums of all that washing and folding.
12. Thistle Wreath
Best for: Rustic Archways
We love Spanish-style archways (psst: check out this Ikea archway hack), and if you’re lucky enough to have them in your house, this is the piece to take your rustic decor up a notch. Made from wild thistles and birch tips, this gold-framed wreath is perfect for hanging above archways or suspending from rustic farmhouse beams.
13. Safflower Wreath
Best for: Golden Hallways
OK, we get it: Fall is all about seasonal cheer. But this one really is what fall is all about. Fun, festive and bright — this wreath features an assortment of sage, bay leaves and marjoram (fresh herbal scent included). Hang it from your dark or dull hallways to liven up the place with some deliciously scented, bright decor.
14. Iron Wreath
Best for: Bohemian Balconies
Apartment dwellers, this one goes out to you. This wreath features delicately pressed floral petals in a gilded coating and is hand-crafted from durable iron with a weathered finish. Hang this beauty from your balcony railing, and we promise you’ll have the trendiest seasonal decor in the building.
15. Marigold Wreath
Best for: Farmhouse Garage Doors
Everyone loves marigolds because they bring the feeling of joy by raising our blood pressure and pulse, according to Psych Digest. This irresistibly cheery wreath is made on a family farm and features an assortment of yarrow, white statice and of course, marigolds. Welcome your guests to the new season by hanging one or two of these babies on your garage door(s).
16. Wheat Wreath
Best for: Lucky Mailboxes
Did you know that a wheat wreath is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune? We’ll take it. Hang this starburst dried wheat wreath from your mailbox to ensure your mailman only delivers “good news,” at least until Christmas.
17. Eucalyptus Wreath
Best for: Lush Green Beams
Speaking of Christmas, this one is a holiday staple that can never steer you in the wrong direction. This lush wreath is handcrafted by artisans who select branches of seeded eucalyptus and wooly bush to create a beautiful ring of greenery for each piece. Tie this to a ribbon and dangle it from a beam to create a lavish forest feel and bring the outdoors in.
18. Heart Wreath
Best for: Festive Playrooms
Can we leave this wreath up until Valentine’s Day? (Asking for a friend). This one features a delicate heart shape with brightly painted flowers in an iron-burnished finish for a naturally aged look. Hang this one from an easel in your kids’ playroom or suspend it from the ceiling to bring some fall festivity into nap time.
19. Gold Magnolia Wreath
Best for: Luxury Tabletops
Thinking of throwing a housewarming this fall? This is the luxe wreath you *need* if you’re creating a festively elegant tablescape. Made with realistic gold magnolia leaves, this 30-inch wreath is the perfect statement piece to complement your table. Lay it flat in the center of your dining table and garnish it with a few scented candles to give your guests one more thing to talk about on the car ride home.
20. Hydrangea Wreath
Best for: Blooming Backyard Fences
If you’ve always wanted a garden in your backyard, but you don’t have the space for one (or a green thumb), we’ve gotcha covered. Perfect for the black thumb, this faux hydrangea and anemone wreath can be hung from the railing of your backyard fence or suspended from your patio’s ceiling for fall florals without the hassle.
21. Harvest Wreath
Best for: Golden Doors
If this wreath doesn’t scream hayrides and apple cider, we don’t know what will. Its grapevine frame features faux autumn foliage, including pumpkins, pears, florals and corn husk accents (and you don’t have to worry about any of it going bad!). Hang this on your door(s) around the house, so every day feels like pumpkin picking and apple bobbing.
22. Lavender Wreath
Best for: Soothing Bathrooms
We’re all looking for ways to create a calm and soothing environment within our homes, and this wreath has us taking a deep exhale just from the picture. It features dried lavender from France, green eucalyptus and neutral shades of air-dried mullein and sorghum for a truly serene feel. Hang it from your bathroom mirror or behind the door to take your lavender bubble baths to the next level.
23. Lemon Wreath
Best for: Sunny Kitchen Tables
Made from air-dried salal leaves, mahogany pods, elephant ears, shola flowers, Meyer lemons and oranges, this sunny wreath brings light and cheer to any space. Each one is hand-assembled at a family-owned company in California, and it can be the perfect addition to a kitchen table. Just lay it flat and pair it with a hurricane or some candles to use it as a centerpiece.
24. Neutral Wreath
Best for: Modern Mantles
Ever wonder what a Thanksgiving in Paris would be like? You’re lookin’ at it. Supported by a split-twig frame, this chic pampas grass wreath is the perfect way to add some whimsy and modern refinement above your cozy fireplace mantle.
25. Artichoke Wreath
Best for: Warm and Toasty Living Rooms
This glowy wreath is designed with air-dried artichokes and nestled on a bed of preserved maple leaves in a rich apricot color. Hang it from your mantle above the fireplace, or suspend it over a window in your living room for a warm and cozy feel.
26. Peony Wreath
Best for: Feminine Entryways
How to keep a pumpkin wreath from looking, well, country bumpkin? Add peonies and blush florals. This delicate piece can give your entryway some balance when hung over a mirror or mounted on an uninterrupted wall.
27. Indian Summer Wreath
Best for: Front Door Festivities
Nothing says “we’ve got the best treats on the block” than a candy-colored wreath on the front door that’s both chic and fun. Made from artificial dye tree and thistles, this seasonal piece will be sure to exude warmth and joy to trick or treaters (or, well, anyone walking by).
28. Citrus Wreath
Best for: Quiet Sunny Corners
When it comes to livening up a space, adding oranges is a foolproof way to bring in some cheery color. Crafted from mandarin oranges and magnolia leaves, hang this wreath over a console or mount it to a wall in a quiet corner of the house to add a pop of cheerful color.
29. Neutral Wreath
Best for: Understated Holiday Headboards
Crafted from vines, plastic and polyester, this lightweight neutral boho wreath is “no muss, no fuss,” addition to your seasonal decor. Hang it over your headboard from a white ribbon or mount it on a blank bedroom wall to give your space a festive-yet-understated boho feel.
30. Bittersweet Wreath
Best for: Traditional Front Doors
Made entirely of faux sweet-bitter, this is a great, long-lasting option that you can reuse for seasons to come. Give your front door a traditional fall with this orange and red-tinted wreath, and add some festive pumpkins and corn husks below for a completed look.
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