Nothing signals a warm welcome like a wreath on a front door – and they’re not just for Christmas! Autumn wreaths are becoming more and more popular, as anyone who spends their lives on interiors Instagram can tell you.
Here’s a roundup of our favourite fall-fabulous garlands – and if you’re ready to move on to winter, check out our pick of the best Christmas wreaths on the market this year! Or if you’re looking ahead to spring, take a look at our spring wreaths round-up!
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Autumn Wreath with Cabbage Rose and Eucalyptus, Blossomloops at Etsy, £30
If you like to support indie makers, you know that Etsy is an absolute treasure trove for finding unique handmade crafts – and when it comes to autumn wreaths, you’re truly spoilt for choice.
Bright orange leaves and pumpkins aren’t for everyone, so if you prefer a less in-your-face seasonal style, this wreath from Blossomloops is the one for you. With its pared-back mix of exposed wicker and blooms in naturalistic tones of orange, red and brown, this is the perfect complement to a Scandi scheme.
Sunset Meadow Wreath, Balsam Hill, £139
Nothing says ‘autumn is here’ quite like this wreath from festive décor specialists Balsam Hill. Pricey but showstopping, it features faux forsythia in warming yellow and gold tones, and the foliage is reminiscent of a traditional harvest bouquet. This would look phenomenal in pride of place on the front door, but it also doubles up as an impressive centrepiece for your table – just add a pillar candle.
Succulent & Eucalyptus Wreath, Cox & Cox, £45
Subtle and understated, this faux succulent and eucalyptus wreath from Cox & Cox is made for the minimalist home in autumn. Realistic foilage and pared back tones add a festive feel, but in a totally sophisticated way. This stands out best as an indoor accessory, so hang inside for the ultimate contemporary fall display.
Orange & Ochre Maple Leaf Autumn Wreath, £38.99, Lights 4 Fun
If your home is boho-inspired, you’ll love this orange and ochre maple wreath from decorative specialists Lights 4 Fun. At 61cm wide, it’ll make a really eye-catching display on your front door, and we love the natural, relaxed style.
Small Dried Grasses Wreath, £28, Rose & Grey
If you’re an interiors enthusiast, you’ll know that dried grasses are all the rage right now. Whether it’s a bunch of dried pampas grass or a posy of bunny tails, stylists everywhere are using the neutral sprigs to add a sense of natural texture to interior schemes, and we couldn’t be more obsessed! This small dried grass wreath from Rose & Grey is perfect if you’re a fan of the trend but don’t have the space – or cash – for a big dried display… it’ll add a subtle festive feel without overwhelming your scheme.
Large Purple Russet Eucalyptus Wreath, £44.99, Home Luxe Co
In an earthy mixture of purples, greens, pinks and russet, this Home Luxe Co wreath is perfect if you’re looking to add a natural vibe to your autumn décor. This large, traditional piece combines faux leaves with twigs and buds, and will give your front door a welcoming, rustic feel.
Pink Everlasting Autumn Door Wreath, £24.95, Not On The High Street
A glamorous take on traditional fall décor, this eye-catching shimmer wreath by Dibor is perfect for adding a luxurious edge to your autumn scheme. Made by hand from natural wood, the metallic pink crocus leaves catch the light and the glitter pinecones add a touch of sparkle.
Autumn Dried Wreath, £15, Bloom
This gorgeous wreath from silk flower specialist, Bloom, is as traditional as it gets, combining dried florals, fruits, seeds and cones in beautiful burnt orange tones. Small and dainty, it’s perfect if you’re looking to add a subtle seasonal touch without overwhelming your space. Try hanging it on a kitchen cabinet, or teaming it with a flickering LED candle for a warming autumn aesthetic.