Every year that I count the days before the New England foliage changes from emerald green to a kaleidoscope of fiery color. One of my favorite decor choices is picking an autumn wreath, but it’s often too hard for me to pick only one. As my wreath collection swells, I am discussing my favorites for fall and the approaching holiday season. — Erika out of Radiant Republic
Gourd Fall Wreath – $99
Authentic gourds and walnut leaves include stunning texture to this pretty piece. It is such a kaleidoscope of fall color.
Decadent Extra-Large Cranberry Wreath by The Wright Wreath
In New England, cranberries are a resounding sign of fall. Adorning a front doorway, they include a perfectly red punch of color.
Paper Flower Wreath – $49
The combination of ivory and white paper blossoms is ethereal. This would be darling juxtaposed against my red front door or any doorway for that matter.
Fall Wreath by 2 Inspire You – $85
The hydrangea in my lawn have been trimmed back for the cold season, however, it doesn’t mean that I must go without them this Thanksgiving. I adore the trifecta of color in this fairly hydrangea wreath.
Mills Floral Company
Preserved Boxwood Wreath, Square
This square boxwood wreath is fairly on its own. I’d use it like an interesting frame for my favorite fall photograph.
Live Succulent Wreath – $99
This dwell succulent noodle takes the cake. With three kinds arranged together, it’s genuinely a one-of-a-kind piece.
Fall Wreath, Moss Monogram by Privileged Door – $89
Have you ever seen such a pretty monogram? I love the moss letters and burlap decoration. It may need to marvel this (nearly ) newlywed’s door this year.
Live Magnolia Leaf Wreath With Burlap Bow – $89
These hand-harvested magnolia leaves are reminiscent of a southern collapse. The burlap ribbon adds a welcome element of whimsy.
Contemporary Wreaths And Garlands – $49.95
If you are like me, you love pomegranates in the fall. Coupled with gold magnolia leaves, both combine the natural colours of fall perfectly.
Pumpkin Patch Wreath – $99.95
In the fall, I love to regular regional farms and pumpkin spots for color and decor inspiration. This wreath oozes the same rustic charm.
Grains Wreath – $49.95
This spectrum of fall grains is guaranteed to turn heads. I love the natural feel of this fairly wreath.
Red Pinecone Wreath – $108
This reddish pinecone wreath is a glamorous addition to fall decor. The pinecones are finished in a high gloss, which makes them shine like rubies.
Fall Fruit and Pinecone Wreath – $43.50
I love baking with fall fruit nearly as much as I love integrating it in my fall decor. The pears and apples on this wreath are subtly magnificent.
Star Wreath – $99.95
Step outside the box using a star-shaped wreath. This one will take a front doorway from collapse through the holidays.
Layered Wreath Mirror – $248
If you would rather maintain your wreath indoors, this chamomile wood wreath mirror is a charming addition to any area.
Pumpkin Harvest Wreath – $61.93
The colours of this fiery wreath allow me pine for pumpkin. I love the orange and crimson hues.
Fall Berry Wreath by Country Prim – $40
This twig-style wreath is almost too pretty to place outdoors. I love using a smaller wreath with an antique hurricane adorning the centre as a grand centerpiece.
Harvest Fall Wreath by DeLaFleur – $65
The foliage and berries adorning this wreath are fairly reminders of why fall is my favorite season. The colors blend beautifully.
Sparkle Pinecone Wreath – $58
The delicate appearance of this Sparkle Pinecone wreath makes me wax nostalgic for cozy nights and frost-kissed mornings.
Preserved Boxwood Wreath – $48
A wreath collage is guaranteed to be the envy of almost any neighborhood. The grouped wreaths add a whimsical touch to a fall tradition.
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