Deck the Doors: 10 Wreaths for Autumn Decorating

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

  1. Alternative Apples

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    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!


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  2. Gorgeous Gourds

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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.

  6. Natural Nuts

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    lindeebess.com

    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.


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  10. Merry Mini Pumpkins

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    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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