Whether you buy or DIY, these festive beauties will give your home serious curb appeal. (And don't miss out on our Halloween wreath ideas!)
Brush chalkboard paint on a garage sale find for a decoration that works year-round. Just rewrite the greeting and swap in seasonal foliage, like holly in the winter and flowers for spring.
What you'll need: chalkboard ($3, ), leaf garland ($20, )
This festive autumn wreath has it all: color, texture and serious height. The faux green silk ribbon has a wire lining, which means your bow will never be out of place.
BUY NOW: $79,
Move over, orange. The dark brown and off-white flowers on this rustic wreath are just as festive for fall — and won't stand out like a sore thumb if you forget to take it down the day after Thanksgiving.
BUY NOW: $50,
When it comes to pumpkin decor, sometimes less is more. Case in point: This stunning fall wreath featuring a simple velvet statement surrounded by grass and berries.
BUY NOW: $60,
...or perhaps your motto is the more pumpkins, the better. In that case, this grapevine wreath is covered in adorable tiny versions of your favorite orange squash, along with vibrant red berries.
BUY NOW: $73,
If you're sad to see the leaves of summer go, this muted green and brown beauty helps keep them around a little bit longer, but still feels seasonally appropriate.
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Branch out from the traditional wreath with a door hanger that displays the season's greetings — or gear your message toward Thanksgiving with a simple "Give Thanks."
What you'll need: wooden board ($9, ), fake leaves ($13, ), white paint pen ($5, )
Muted fall colors can get the message across too. Cutting leafy shapes out of birch bark sheets puts a twist on a classic wreath idea.
What you'll need: birch bark strips ($13 for six, )
Instead of icing every leaf, dye cookie dough to make these colorful treats. Go ahead and double the batch for inevitable snacking.
What you'll need: leaf cookie cutters ($9, ), plaid ribbon ($12, )
They may not be edible, but flannel and felt leaves will last a lot longer than the cookie variety. Trace a few specimens from the backyard for a spot-on shape.
What you'll need: leaf stencils ($1, )
Traditionalists will like this no-frills pick with rustic vibes. The branches of berries can also carry over as wintry decor once the temperature drops.
BUY NOW: $33,
Summer's hydrangeas look just as beautiful in autumn's signature hues. Sprigs of berries and foliage round out this handmade beauty.
BUY NOW: $100,
This wreath is definitely nutty, but only in the best way. Choose from 40 different kinds of ribbon to match your own front door.
BUY NOW: $45,
Skip the plastic foliage and go for the real thing. Not only do preserved oak leaves look better, but you can insert the twigs directly into a grapevine wreath, no glueing required.
What you'll need: fake leaves ($25, ), yellow burlap ($14, )
This fiery combo especially pops against a navy blue door, but it'll look just as festive mounted on any backdrop.
BUY NOW: $70,
Grab a variety (as in, a lot) of silk flowers in an assortment of dusty hues from your local craft store. Snip the stems and then affix them with hot glue to a floral foam wreath.
What you'll need: fake flowers ($8, ), black ribbon ($13, )
Burlap never looked so quaint as in this wreath, which brings an entire autumn harvest to life on your doorstep.
What you'll need: burlap ($15, ), fake pumpkins ($15, )
Metallic spray paint glams up the usual fall favorite: leaves galore.
What you'll need: fake leaves ($8, ), metallic spray paint ($3, )
We think this country-chic wreath would look just as good without the bow if you wanted a more understated aesthetic.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath ($5, ), fake pumpkins ($15, ), festive ribbon ($30, )
How fun are these pop art-y yarn puffs? You can personalize your wreath with whatever colors you like best.
What you'll need: yarn ($8, )
When you stick with a lot of something (in this case pine cones), opt for a playful ribbon to jazz things up.
What you'll need: pine cones ($18, )
When placed on just one side, a simple bouquet of abstract rosettes make for a stunning display.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath ($5, ), felt ($12, ), berries ($15, )
Mimic the ombre color scheme of everyone's (love-to-hate-it) Halloween candy.
What you'll need: foam wreath ($7, )
We had to include an initial wreath. This one goes big for impact, boasting a little bit of country flair with cotton and faux sunflowers.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath ($5, ), fake sunflowers ($7, ), cotton stems ($20, )
The only thing better than bunting is mini bunting. Spoiler alert: This crafter used a pool noodle as the base of her wreath (to ensure a sturdier build).
What you'll need: foam wreath ($7, ), grey yarn ($6, ), fake flowers ($16, )
Since apple picking is arguably one of the season's most-loved activities, take a piece of the orchard and transform it into some décor.
What you'll need: fake apples ($5, ), burlap ribbon ($5, )
Add a little shimmer to your season's front door without having to get out the rake.
What you'll need: glitter cardstock ($6, ), burlap ribbon ($5, )
Go a more elegant route with a subtle grapevine wreath, starring only a white pumpkin.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath ($5, ), fake pumpkins ($15, ), fake greenery ($10, )
Matching chevron stripes with handcrafted florals may be out-of-the-ordinary combo for an autumn decoration, but still bright and cheery all the same.
What you'll need: foam wreath ($7, ), chevron ribbon ($15, ), fake flowers ($8, )
Artificial red and white hydrangeas offer a fuller, more complete look to the classic wreath shape.
BUY NOW: $75,