Deck the Doors: 10 Wreaths for Autumn Decorating

Get into the swing of the season with these 10 awesome autumnal wreaths.

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  1. Alternative Apples


    Adorn your door with the cheery bright green of Granny Smith apples, a luscious-looking change from the typical wreath components. What’s more, they’ll get you in the mood for fall apple picking!

    Related:  8 Disease-Resistant Apple Tree Varieties

  2. Gorgeous Gourds


    Fresh gourds in the markets are one of the first signs of autumn. Work them into a background of natural fall foliage and they'll bring an explosion of color, shape, and texture to your entryway.

    Related: 13 Easy DIY No-Carve Pumpkins

  3. Crisp, Crafty Corn Husks


    This light and airy corn husk wreath feels almost ethereal hung on worn and weathered wood...but it would be just as at home on a smartly painted door, evoking all things harvest. Perfect for the fall season!

  4. Flamboyant Feathers


    The windswept, natural wistfulness of a feather wreath can become a unique focal point on any wall, bringing softness and delicacy to a space. It will certainly be a conversation starter, no matter where you hang it!

  5. Fabulous Fall Berries


    Anything with berries on it instantly says "autumn." Work bright red bunches of fake staghorn sumac into a grapevine wreath form, and finish it off with a burlap bow. It’s a vibrant breeze of color for your entryway.

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  6. Natural Nuts


    A mixture of nuts, glued to a wreath form, make for a rich and earthy display either indoors or out. Pair it with a festive bow, and this wreath will work all the way through the winter holiday season.

  7. Festive Fall Flowers


    Capture autumn in a wreath full of the season’s foliage and flowers. Oak leaves, eucalyptus, and dried strawflowers are punctuated with golden bearded wheat and dried orange slices for a decadent display.

    Related:  18 Ways to Color Your Garden This Fall

  8. Gracious Grapevine


    Grapevine forms are often used as the base for a wreath. Gussy one up with a spray of autumn foliage, and it can stand on its own—organic beauty, easily acquired.

  9. Basic Burlap


    Burlap is not just for potato sacks anymore—it’s a decorating trend. A wreath form wrapped in natural-toned burlap and accented with dyed burlap flowers is both modern and unaffected. It's farmhouse chic fit for any locale.

    Related:   5 Things to Do With…Burlap

  10. Merry Mini Pumpkins


    A moss-covered wreath form festooned with mini pumpkins is an enticing treat for your door. Whether you hang it for Halloween or the entire season, it’s a welcoming way to usher in autumn.

    Related:  52 Unexpected and Amazing Ways to Decorate Pumpkins

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