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The front door is the first thing people notice when they see your house. At least, it should be. A great summer door wreath is going to give your home a beautiful first impression.
Door wreaths used to be something I didn’t like. But I didn’t realize that I was just seeing wreaths that didn’t appeal to me. These summer wreath ideas I’ve found are unique and in various styles, so there is something for everyone.
Even picky me!
15 Summer Door Wreath Ideas for A Front Door That Welcomes and Cheers
I have a particular style that I like, but I didn’t stick to just my style here. There are some rustic wreaths, farmhouse, minimal… Even a romantic shabby chic wreath.
I think you’ll find something you love!
What’s more welcoming than a friendly “Hi!” for your neighbor? Nothing, that’s what!
This pretty rustic grapevine wreath is perfect for a casual front door look for your rustic farmhouse.
The yellow accents will pop, especially against a dark door.
I love this pink and yellow wreath because while I wouldn’t normally go for a super floral-y wreath, this one has those deep green leaves setting off the bright color.
That makes is more modern than, well, grandmotherly (sorry Nana’s).
This wreath is made with dried flowers, but it will last season after season if you take care of it. Don’t let it get rained on and store it carefully when you take it down for the fall.
I love this idea. First of all, I love the style of these lettered wreaths. I love lettering as decor and the front door is a perfect spot for it.
What’s great about these “wreaths” is that they have interchangeable sayings so you can change things up!
There are even more choices for phrasing if you want to purchase. This is brilliant!
Lemon decor is a huge trend for this summer. And why wouldn’t it be?
Yellow is sunshine and happiness and lemonade is the unofficial drink of summer, right?
The best part of this lemon wreath is the graphic black and white striped bow that gives this wreath a unique look.
If you love the idea of lemon decor for summer, I wrote all about my favorites!
For my modern, minimal taste, the hoop wreath is a game-changer. It’s exactly enough floral gorgeousness with a super simple base.
This pink floral wreath is stunning against that black door, but I would also love to see it on teal.
One thing you do always want to take into consideration when choosing your summer door wreath (or any season wreath) is the color of your door. This wreath is beautiful but would not work at all on my door which is currently maroon.
I’m a color lover, so this minimalist rainbow wreath is calling my name.
I love all the colors but I also love that it is a super simple design. This is definitely one I could see on my front door. I love it as a Summer wreath, but this would do for Spring and Fall, too.
And, special bonus, it’s rainbow-themed so it works for Pride Month!
Here’s a blast of sunshine and color for your front door! I love the colors in this floral wreath. They are bright, but they are not garish.
The color set off against that cute galvanized is just perfect for a happy farmhouse.
I say you could get away with this Summer door wreath in the fall, too.
If you’re a purple lover, this is the wreath for you! I love the natural look of this wreath.
I love the movement that the design evokes. It looks like there’s a breeze, doesn’t it?
This one is made with dried flowers, too, so keep it out of the rain and store it carefully!
Here’s another lemon themed wreath for Summer.
This one is paired with sage leaves. I love the pale green. And it was next to the lemony yellow.
This is a very pretty, delicate look.
This might be my favorite wreath of the bunch of summer wreaths.
That’s galvanized metal leaves that make the base of the wreath. I can’t tell you how much I love that juxtaposition of metal with the soft flowers and bow.
Mm, mm. I don’t even like Farmhouse (shh, don’t tell anyone, I’ll get thrown out of the Home Decor Blogger club), but I L-O-V-E this.
This is all you need.
All of these wreaths are gorgeous, but if you are a minimalist in your heart, this is simple floral hoop wreath is just enough. It’s understated and beautiful.
It’s perfect for the right person.
And if you are a MORE IS MORE kind of person, then this is the wreath for you!
This pretty tulip Summer door wreath is BURSTING with cheer.
This one comes in several colors, so if pink isn’t your thing, have no fear. This one is going to put on a show for the neighbors!
If you’re a shabby chic lover, this wreath should be on your door. It’s so soft and romantic. Which might be weird for a front door wreath, but it sets the tone for your home.
If you’ve got a white front door and you can’t change it, this wreath will soften it up and obviously give a lot of color.
I love this wreath. It’s like a lazy summer afternoon in a hammock slapped on the front door.
The idea of “effortlessness” is important to me in decor. And also in style but that’s a story for another site. That’s what this wreath is. It’s effortless.
It’s simple, green and makes you look like you don’t have to go mental to make your front door look awesome. I hope this idea of effortlessness makes sense outside of my own head.
It’s in the slight color and texture variations that that effortlessness becomes beautiful.
The hero of this black & white lettered wreath is the bow. There’s nothing as eye catching as a thick black and white stripe.
I do love the lettered wreath motif, too. It’s overtly welcoming and sometimes you want that.
This black & white color scheme is perfect if you’ve picked a bright color for your front door.
Get Your Front Door Wreath for Summer Quick Before The Pumpkin Spice Comes Out
Before you know it, it’s going to be pumpkin spice everything and you’re going to be sad that you didn’t savor summer quite enough.
Your front door is one way you can love your summer a little more. We need cheerful happy things right now and a front door wreath is one way to get that.