Wreaths are a great idea for being festive on any occasion, whether it be a circle of flowers in the summer or an evergreen addition with lights come Christmas time. But during the fall, nothing quite dresses up the house like a bundle-some, fall foliage-filled wreath. Using materials like grapevines, berries, and artificial leaves that never lose their color, these options will instantly have you craving a pumpkin spice latte! If that’s not your thing, maybe just a cup of hot chocolate.
It’s hard to beat classic fall décor, and this wreath features plenty of that. Looking as if all the materials could’ve been gathered beneath the maple and oak trees in your backyard, the wreath is adorned with pinecones, berries and fiery orange leaves. Clear lights add an ambient glow that illuminates the materials just enough to bring out their colors.
Gourds and berries are tucked amongst more neutral foliage in this full and lush autumn wreath. A plaid ribbon adds a dainty touch as it cascades from the top of the arrangement to the bottom. Built on a grapevine base, this piece is made to last. Grandin Road also sells matching table rings separately.
With a harmonious blend of sunflowers, pumpkins, and greenery, this is the perfect wreath to gently kiss summer goodbye, while gradually welcoming the cool days of fall. Sunflowers remind us of those final warm days, while pumpkins put apple cider and bonfires on the mind.
Mums are traditionally seen in pots and used in cascading fall displays down porch stairs during autumn. The lush colors vibrantly mimic those we see upon the changing leaves of the trees. Now you can match your wreaths to those vivid flowers with this mums selection that comes in purple, orange, yellow or white. I guess we will take four then.
So many unexpected elements come together to create this beautifully eerie wreath, that could serve as a wonderful Halloween decoration. Shiny and black pumpkins are placed strategically throughout, featuring pearl polka dots — it just works. Pops of greenery give it just enough cheerfulness to look completely great from Halloween to Thanksgiving.
Teeny tiny pumpkins are sprinkled amongst the naturalistic twig wreath. Just enough, but not too many, small autumn-color leaves ranging from orange to red adorn the décor. The look reminds us of the very top of a tree line, just when the leaves start to detach from the branches. Gorgeous.
Wreaths are largely about texture, and we love the unique appeal that eucalyptus leaves add to this fall-centric and lovely front door piece. Flickering leaves come in a perfectly neutral orange shade, that gives any front porch just a dusting of seasonal flare. Of course, the simplistic design will go with just about any other fall pieces you may want to add.
Berries, berries everywhere! The abundance of fruit reminds us of the great harvest time during the autumn. So many of the colorful foam berries really add a fun, lighthearted element to your front door, or even over the mantle inside. Just a dozen or so bright yellow maple leaves contribute the ideal amount of contrast.
Change up your wreath game with this door hanger that is somewhat reminiscent of a big pot of flowers. Orange, cream, and light yellow foliage spill over the rounded bottom, which displays the simple-yet-welcoming phrase “hello.” The door hanger is described as farmhouse rustic, and we think that is pretty accurate.
Oh how gorgeous! This wreath is chock-full of orange leaves that fade into a variation of red and green, ever so subtly. Placed in a uniform same direction manner, it is a noticeable and striking addition to any front door. This one is so beautiful, we could see ourselves placing one above the fireplace, above the kitchen sink, and on our front door!