Here’s a good article on fall wreath ideas by Caroline Picard and Amanda Garrity for Good Housekeeping.
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etween the changing leaves, jewel-toned mums, and carved pumpkins, fall is arguably the most beautiful season of the year. Well before you start decorating for Halloween or Thanksgiving, consider dressing up your front door with one of these DIY and store-bought fall wreaths. These easy-to-make (and even easier-to-buy) options are full of fall’s finest including gourds, corn husks, and golden autumn hues. No matter if you’re looking for a wreath to decorate the inside or outside of your home, one thing’s for sure: These unique ideas will get you and your family ready for sweater weather (if you’re not already). Most of these picks are versatile enough to last you from September through November, which means they’ll give your guests a warm welcome for game day, Halloween, and Thanksgiving.
But if you really want an inviting feel, deck out the rest of your home with more festive decorations. And while you’re at it, start practicing your pumpkin carving skills because you don’t want your wreath to get lonely on your front stoop, do ya? Exactly.
Mixed Peony Wreath
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you have to hide your flower obsession. Add a ray of sunshine — you could use it — to your front stoop with this colorful floral option.
Lighted Maple Leaf Wreath
For a more traditional option, add this foliage, floral, and berry wreath to your holiday tablescape. It even comes threaded with 50 white lights if you’re looking for a little extra something-something.
Real Cotton Wreath
This minimalist wreath proves that understated décor is sometimes best. Why? Because this cotton and grapevine beauty will let your pumpkin carving skills shine.
Ditch the traditional wreath and try this wooden version instead. This tutorial uses a cutting machine for the calligraphy, but vinyl stickers work just as well.
Pumpkin Berry Wreath
If you think circular wreaths are for too basic, go with grapevines twisted in the shape of a gourd for an instant fall fix.
Fall Hydrangea and Peony Wreath
Give your wall or door a vampy vibe with this bold floral wreath, featuring a mix of burgundy, blush, and green faux blooms.
Fall Sunflower Wreath
Once the cold weather hits, it’s up to you to make your own sunshine. This burlap sunshine wreath is the easiest way.
Word to the wise: Chalkboard lettering gets ten times easier when you use the right pens. Write out “Happy Halloween” or “Give Thanks” for a more seasonal greeting instead.
Rustic Pumpkin Wreath
The mini gourds are perfect for Halloween, but faux leaves (and a miniature bird) make this decoration work all season long.
Candy Corn Wreath
Transform a plain foam wreath into a sweet-as-can-be decoration. Use red, orange, and tan burlap to make it look like candy corn (well, kind of).
Shades of Autumn Pumpkin Wreath
The colors on this wreath are stunning, and the small pumpkins add the perfect touch of festivity for Thanksgiving.
“Give Thanks” Boxwood Wreath
The cutest pumpkin stack, embossed with the sentiment of the season, gives this lush green wreath a pop of color.
Fall Berry Wreath
Get the most out of your wreath by buying this berry option that you can leave up during all fall months — or all year, for that matter.
Easy White Pumpkin Wreath
Adding white pumpkins (or orange minis, painted white!) to the inner circle of an autumn leaf wreath is the easiest way to upgrade something you already have.
This project piles it all on with fruit, leaves, pumpkins, and pinecones. You can even DIY your own dried orange slices by baking them in the oven.
Indian Corn Wreath
With fanned-out dried husks, this festive DIY door decoration almost looks like a giant sunflower. Pick up ears in a variety of colors for the full effect.
Fall Cornucopia Wreath
Hang this wreath on your front door at the beginning of the fall season and leave it up through Thanksgiving.
Green Apple Wreath
Make the transition from summer to fall with September’s favorite fruit. Adding faux apples to flowers hints at the chillier weather to come.
Fabric Pumpkin Wreath
Put leftover fabric scraps to good use with this fall wreath idea. The best part? You can go with the color palette of your choice.
Take a cue from the changing leaves and cut out your own foliage. Made with fuzzy flannel and felt, this fabric wreath will look just as eye-catching year after year.
Birch Bark Wreath
Put a spin on the classic leafy wreath by using birch bark sheets. The subtle silver looks just as stunning as traditional fall hues.
Oak Leaf Wreath
Skip the hot glue and insert fake leaves directly into a grapevine wreath. No mess, no problem.
Lace Feather Wreath
A singular color can also pack a punch. Yellow felt looks extra cheery on a front door, especially when paired with a wide lace ribbon for added interest.
On a rainy day, enlist your kids to help you create this shimmering wreath with by cutting out colorful leaves.
This showstopper shows off your family’s playful side because someone who decorates with pom-poms clearly doesn’t take life too seriously.