Pumpkins galore, the beauty of leaves changing color, hearty soups—there’s so much to love about the fall season. While you’re thinking about how to celebrate autumn this year and transition your home for the season, don’t forget the small design details, like a wreath, that can make a major impact. Whether you love nothing more than an easy-to-make option or an eye-catching store-bought design, dressing up your front door can boost your home’s curb appeal and even make your interior more stylish.
Shop 32 of our favorite fall wreaths to show off your style and give your guests a warm welcome. Any of these fall wreaths can easily carry you from September through November, too, so you’ll be getting your money’s worth.
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Preserved Oak Leaf Wreath
Embrace the beauty of nature with this simple leaf wreath that showcases a pretty medley of oak leaves.
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Faux Forsythia Wire and Paper Wreath
Rather than settle for another orange or green wreath, go bold with this yellow stunner that features faux forsythia supported by rustic brown stems.
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Fall Safflower Wreath
From its attractive mix of safflower to its arrangement of sage, bay leaves and marjoram, this wreath has everything you need to make a statement for the fall season.
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Crazy Vine Wreath
When it comes to fall wreaths, designs with leaves and pumpkins aren’t the only option. Step outside of your comfort zone with this unique wreath that’s made of vine branches.
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Cotton Grapevine Wreath
This minimalist wreath proves that understated decor is sometimes best. Why? Because this green leaf beauty with touches of cotton will let your classic style shine.
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Velvet Pumpkins and Wheat Artificial Fall Harvest Wreath
A colorful assortment of velvet pumpkins, greenery, and wheat unite in this show-stopping wreath.
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Dried Palm Petal Wreath
This stylishly quirky wreath, crafted of dried palm petals, is the perfect conversation starter.
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Preserved Baby Eucalyptus Wreath
Perfect for lovers of non-traditional decor, this multicolored eucalyptus wreath is sure to add visual interest to your front door.
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Artificial Maple Leaves Fall Wreath
If you’re looking for a more traditional design, add this foliage, pumpkin, pine cone, and berry wreath to your holiday table.
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Mixed Peony Wreath
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you have to hide your flower obsession. Add a ray of sunshine — you could use it — to your front stoop with this colorful floral option.
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Pumpkin Berry Wreath
If you think circular wreaths are far too basic, go with grapevines twisted in the shape of a gourd for an instant fall fix.
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Fall Hydrangea and Peony Wreath
Give your wall or door a vampy vibe with this bold floral wreath, featuring a mix of burgundy, blush, and green faux blooms.
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Fall Sunflower Wreath
Once the cold weather hits, it’s up to you to make your own sunshine. This burlap sunshine wreath is the easiest way.
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Shades of Autumn Pumpkin Wreath
The colors on this wreath are stunning, and the small pumpkins add the perfect touch of festivity for Thanksgiving.
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“Give Thanks” Boxwood Wreath
The cutest pumpkin stack, embossed with the sentiment of the season, gives this lush green wreath a pop of color.
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Fall Berry Wreath
Get the most out of your wreath by buying this berry option that you can leave up during all fall months — or all year, for that matter.
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Easy White Pumpkin Wreath
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Indian Corn Wreath
With fanned-out dried husks, this festive DIY door decoration almost looks like a giant sunflower. Pick up ears in a variety of colors for the full effect.
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Fall Cornucopia Wreath
Hang this wreath on your front door at the beginning of the fall season and leave it up through Thanksgiving.
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Take a cue from the changing leaves and cut out your own foliage. Made with fuzzy flannel and felt, this fabric wreath will look just as eye-catching year after year.
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