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Don’t tell Summer, but Fall is my favorite.
It’s cozier and less sweaty and I love the colors. So of course I’ve already started scoping out some Fall wreath ideas for the front door.
13 Stunning Fall Wreath Ideas for the Best Season of All
Ok, as always on Bogoten, I’m looking to pull together a bunch of different wreaths that fit all sorts of different styles. So if you’re a Farmhouse lover, you’ll find it here.
But if you’re kind of thinking about going Minimal, you can find that inspiration here, too.
Ok, let’s do this. Fall wreaths for everyone.
Burnt Orange Hydrangea Wreath
The changing leaves are easily one of the best parts of fall so if you can capture that stunning burnt orange look in your front door wreath, then you should.
This hydrangea wreath is kind of Farmhouse and also a little shabby chic.
These are especially beautiful against that dusty blue front door.
Unique Fall Wreath
I love something a little unexpected. In wreaths, but pretty much in any instance.
This pretty fall wreath has all of the traditional fall flair with pumpkins and warm orangey-brown colors.
But then it’s set against this unexpected black tray. It’s a great juxtaposition. I would not like this wreath if it were on a traditional wreath form.
But the tray gives it a modern feel and I like that.
KAPOW is not the official name of this super fun fall wreath. It’s just what I think when I see this wreath.
There’s just so many things happening. It makes me energized and happy.
Plus there’s a gnome on this wreath. You know you love a gnome.
Pink Fall Wreath
Some people don’t love orange. I actually do love orange, but I can understand not liking it. It’s a pretty in your face color.
But no one ever said you couldn’t go with something a little unexpected with your fall wreath like this STUNNING dusty rose fall wreath.
Think about this for a second. If someone told you they were getting a “pink fall wreath”, you’d be like, scrunching up your nose and squinting one eye, right?
But if they showed you this you’d be like, YES. Love.
Minimal Fall Wreath
Minimal is a challenge for me. I don’t mean I find it difficult, I mean, I like the challenge of seeing the beauty in something that is significantly simple.
This wreath is so pretty. It’s so perfectly simple. Effortless. Effortless is a thing I love that I don’t use enough in my own home.
There’s a harmony in this minimal wreath.
Boho Fall Wreath
This pretty fall wreath is the door wreath version of a floral crown that you would wear to a music festival in the fall.
I’m right, right?
I love the colors. I love that it’s kind of rustic bohemian. Yellow can sometimes be a little “Spring” or even “Summer”, but it’s a definite fall yellow here.
Paper Dahlia Wreath
There’s something about these paper dahlia wreaths that remind me of kaleidoscopes.
It’s those complementary colors broken into separate pieces. It’s geometric but random at the same time?
I’m not a Math person, but that’s what this wreath reminds me of. These are definitely more modern/contemporary.
Modern Pumpkin Wreath
This pretty modern hoop wreath with pumpkins is perfect.
My mother when I was growing up would look at things for the home and say, “Will I get sick of this in a few years?”
It’s kind of like wondering if the item is a classic staple or a trendy piece that you might not love in a year or two.
This wreath is a classic. It’s modern, but it’s never going to go out of style.
Classic Farmhouse Wreath
You cannot go wrong with this orange pip berry wreath for Fall. It’s perfect if you’re a Farmhouse kind of person, but it actually would fit well in a more Modern home, too.
The colors are classic fall, the pip berries are a classic fall look. It has a cozy, organic, handmade feel to it.
It will store beautifully year over year, too.
Lambs Ear and Pumpkin Fall Wreath
I love the white pumpkin trend. It’s a trend, but it’s also not going to be a trend that in 10 years you’re going to be like, Remember I used to do white pumpkins?! What was I thinking??”
This pretty lambs ear and pumpkin wreath is lovely. I always love a touch of black and white check, too. It’s also trendy at the moment, but it’s timeless, too.
This one is perfect for your Farmhouse.
Hello Fall Wreath
I love a wreath with a message. I think it’s really delightful to actually have some words on the front door.
I think it’s particularly cute to say “Hello Fall” like you’re welcoming the season. You put summer to bed and now it’s time greet Fall.
More white pumpkins, lambs ear and even some cotton balls on this pretty wreath.
Orange Burlap Wreath
Here’s a very traditional orange fall burlap wreath.
Again, I love the little Hello Fall message and the dried hydrangea is the perfect addition to tone down the orange a tiny bit.
If you love this, think carefully about the color of your front door before you buy it. The wrong color behind this orange could be a disaster.
Traditional Fall Wreath
This traditional Fall wreath looks fresh and modern with the hydrangeas and white pumpkins.
I love the rich colors and the proportions of this wreath.
And those berries are a nice touch.
Did You Find a Favorite Fall Wreath?
Ok, it’s almost time to take down that Summer Wreath.
What I love about Fall is the feeling of slowing down a little. Getting back inside the home after all the fun and sun of summer.
Welcoming that feeling with a beautiful fall door wreath, preparing for the transition to the calm, quiet of Fall feels good to me.