Welcome autumn with over 100 of the best fall wreath decor ideas for your front door. From rustic and traditional to modern and chic, explore creative ways to adorn your entryway with the warm and inviting colors of fall. Make a memorable first impression with a beautiful fall wreath that reflects your unique style. #FallWreaths
As the leaves begin their graceful descent and the air turns crisper, it’s that time of the year when nature adorns itself in a rich tapestry of autumnal hues. And what better way to welcome this season’s warm embrace than by adorning first your fall coffee table, fall mantel fireplace, and then your front door with a delightful fall wreath?
We’ve curated a selection of over 100 of the ‘Best Fall Wreath Decor for Front Door’ ideas that will not only infuse your home with the spirit of fall but also provide a warm, inviting greeting to all who pass by.
Let’s explore this bountiful collection of wreaths, each one a unique expression of the beauty and coziness that fall brings.
100+ Best Fall Wreath Decor For Front Door
Wheat Fall Wreath
Trim the stems of the dried wheat to a length of 1 inch to create this organic fall wreath. Apply hot glue to the wreath form and layer on the tassels as you go. Keep the tassels oriented in the same way to produce a spiral look. Bittersweet and purple broom corn sprigs should be tucked in before being glued in place.
Gold Dried Flower Wreath
Half of a grapevine wreath should be decorated with fake or dried flowers. To create the appearance of a gradient, arrange them more densely in the middle and less densely at the ends. Add more fall excitement by sticking tiny white pumpkins amid the flowers.
Use a few sunflowers to adorn the entrance door of your charming farmhouse. To go with fuzzy white dried flowers, choose non-traditional colors like white and orange for your sunflowers. A burlap tie is used to complete the wreath and put it on the door. Place a burlap bow on top for even more rural appeal.
Display the harvest of the season on your front door. Use florist’s wire or hot glue to fasten harvest-themed decorations, such as berries, gourds, and leaves, to a grapevine wreath. For a symmetrical appearance, distribute the pieces evenly around the wreath.
Leafy Marigold Wreath
In this natural wreath decorated with vivid fall colors, dried marigolds are nestled. Spanish moss should first be spread over a foam wreath. Afterward, add leaves, alternating the hues for diversity. The leaves are held in place by green pins.
The Mummy Wreath
Chrysanthemum stems, real or fake, can be used to give a wreath the traditional fall flair. This fiery door greeting was made by combining spider, button, and garden mums with hypericum berries, nandina foliage, and lotus pods. Simply take a grapevine wreath and secure your preferred seasonal branches with floral wire to achieve this appearance.
Neutral Fall Wreath
This wheat wreath is made up of stalks of oats, millet, and decorative grasses. It looks wonderful on a front door as well as hanging above a mantel or sideboard. Gourds contrast with other naturally occurring textures like woven rush, beeswax, and grasses.
Dried Lotus Wreath
Use dried lotus pods as the main element of a subtler fall wreath. Put lotus pods all over a foam wreath form that has been covered in sheet moss. To further secure lotus pods, use florist wire. Using green leaf sprigs, fill in any spaces.
Golden Harvest Wreath
To make this striking wreath, combine a variety of dried flowers, including marigolds, pumpinos, rice flowers, straw, yarrow, wheat, colored moss, and rose hip stems.
Harvest Rake from The Summery Umbrella
Vintage Tray Door Hanger from Country Living
Hanging Letters from Sand and Sisal
Split Wood Bead Wreath from Lolly Jane
Colorful Halloween Wreaths
Hot glue dog-bone “bows” onto traditional wreaths to dress up your pet’s favorite area.
Greenery Tied Bundle
When combined with dried oranges, pine cones, and magnolia leaves, burlap ribbon serves as an improvised door decoration.
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Floral Grapevine Wreath from Artsy Chicks Rule
Front Door Basket from Prudent Penny Pincher
Metallic Spray Paint Leaves Wreath from Frugal Flourish
Harvest Wispy Wreath from Made in a Day
Rainbow Sisal Wreath
A few easy adjustments can transform a wreath that you purchased from the shop. A vibrant red ribbon serves as the finishing touch, with imitation snowflake trees made of rainbow sisal adding brightness and softness.
Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.
What’s not to love about this festive beauty? it’s colorful and delicate. Styrofoam balls can be wrapped in yarn to save needing to purchase a lot of yarn.
A large bow with expertly spun ends gives the ideal amount of glitz to a wreath, whether it is plain or made up of many different components.
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You probably didn’t realize that styrofoam balls could be that attractive. Just attach styrofoam balls to a wreath form with hot glue to create this creative design. Finish the look with a bow and wire for hanging once they are all dry.
Traditional wreath Look
Maintain the simplicity with a traditional-looking wreath adorned with patterned ribbons and acorns.
Fresh Square-Shaped Wreath
Choose a novel wreath shape this year, like this eye-catching square design that contrasts stunningly with a dark door.
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Enchanted Fairy Wreath
Beware: If you hang this enchanted wreath on your front door, you might invite some tiny house guests, such as elves and fairies, inside.
Cookie Cutter Wreath
Clean the cookie cutters for a wonderful decoration after the last batch of Christmas cookies has been baked. Or even better, buy a cheap set so you may continue to bake cookies all season.
Star Leaf Wreath
With eucalyptus (or mistletoe) sprigs fastened with dental wire, a tree topper can be transformed into a charming Nordic wreath. After that, hang it with a ribbon of your choosing.
Natural Frost Wreath
A foam wreath can be decorated with sticks, twigs, and pinecones that you collect from your backyard. Apply a thin layer of white spray paint to create the appearance of snow.
Make a subtle statement with your spare toilet paper rolls by repurposing them into a wreath. If you want to hear “jingle, jangle” every time someone opens the door, add gold bells.
Wood and Pine Wreath
If you’re looking for an indoor solution, adorn a simple wooden wreath with fresh pine sprigs to give your house a festive scent.
Disco Ball Wreath
Create a DIY wreath for the holidays or any ’90s-themed party you might host all year long with silver tinsel garland and miniature disco ball ornaments.
Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess »
An evergreen wreath in the form of a tree, loaded with ornaments, red berries, and pinecones, will help you kick off the festive season appropriately. Include Christmas lights if possible!
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Use the doilies in your craft supply box by creating a wreath you can display all year long. You may buy a foam wreath form, paper doilies, and burlap bow from your neighborhood craft or dollar store.
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Twigs and Pom Wreath
To build this starburst wreath, gather twigs and branches from your backyard (or while going about your everyday outdoor activities). Make your own off-white pom poms out of thick yarn or buy some.
This blogger made a DIY Christmas wreath that was based on one of the numerous Nordic-themed projects from Scandinavian Gatherings, using bunches of wheat, fake berries, jingle bells, and greenery.
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Magical Forest Wreath
Bottlebrush trees’ bases should be wrapped in wire, then attached to a false wreath (dabbing hot glue on bottoms will help them stay upright). The wreath should be covered in glue before being dusted with fake snow. Enjoy the wreath’s beauty all winter long by hanging it from a reliable hook!
Pink and Green Ornament
With this striking ornament wreath, show your true colors. For a truly eye-catching ornament, select vibrant colors in a range of ornament sizes.
Ice Skates Wreath
Get fur-lined ice skates this year for a daring flair. Add some silver decorations and pom poms to liven up the look.
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Brites Ornament Wreath
It may be difficult to leave with your childhood decorations, but with this craft, you (and your kids!) can give your old favorites a new lease on life.
Winter Ice Wreath
This ice wreath will endure as long as you reside somewhere where it is below freezing to feed any courageous birds who chose not to migrate south.
Colorful Fabric Wreath
Save your colorful sewing scraps so you may create a striking wreath that will leave a lasting impact.
Reindeer Antler Wreath
A personal touch like adding your initial is heartfelt, but a reindeer antler pattern is particularly appropriate for the holiday season.
3D Star Wreath
To make these adorable stars, choose a variety of red, green, and patterned scrapbook paper. Put a fluffy bow on it and use ribbon as a hanger.
Rustic Chic Wreath
For a warm, neutral wreath that fits in any space, combine burlap ribbon with wood slices from the craft store.
Easy and Inexpensive Fall Wreath from The Latina Homemaker
DIY Burlap Fall Wreath from Today’s Creative Life
Autumn Wreath from Simply Taralynn
Fall Leaves Front Door Wreath from Brendid
Fall Leaf Initial from Thrifty Abode
Sunflower Wreath from Prudent Penny Pincher