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There’s a quick and easy way to infuse instant seasonal curb appeal to your door and entrance: fall wreaths. If you choose wisely, you can get a lot of mileage out of fall wreaths. Add some spiders or spooky elements to yours for Halloween, swap out the bugs for pumpkins or wheat for Thanksgiving and add red and/or sparkle for Christmas.
Do something different and innovative for your fall wreath look, like this Craft Patch blog accordion fold paper wreath.
Consider a wreath the perfect set of earrings. No outfit (or door) is complete without one. We’ve scoured the web to bring you fall wreaths to add to your front porch and inspire you to dress up your front door this season.
Add a modern twist to your holiday decor with a square wreath. Image: Ask Wet & Forget
The team at Martha Stewart dressed up a simple vine wreath with some fall foliage, ribbon and the letter M.
Peacock feathers are paired with vivid teal feathers for a unique fall wreath look. Image: Elle Decor UK
Give fall a twist by featuring a succulent wreath on your front door. Image: Cals Farms
For an updated fall wreath, paint the pinecones on your wreath in the latest fall colors like olive, pink and terracotta. Image: Sunset Magazine
Wreaths With White Pumpkins
White pumpkins are a fresh alternative to the traditional orange pumpkins, and they look great with green foliage like eucalyptus leaves. Image: Dovie Scott
Buffalo Check Black and White Wreaths
Plaid is a fall staple. This year, try a black and white buffalo plaid pattern. Image: How To Nest For Less
Florals have been fashionable in the last couple of years. They’re on wallpaper, upholstery fabric and dinnerware. And a floral wreath, like this one featuring rich peonies, makes a stunning fall wreath display. Image: Country Living
Choose a fall wreath that stands out against your front door. High contrast blacks and whites or brightly colored wreaths look great against a darker door. And earthier tones featuring off-whites, pinecones and white pumpkins flow beautifully with a wood door. Which is your favorite of these fall wreaths?
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