I’ve decided to do it. Do what you ask? I’m following the current trend and talking about fall. Yes, it’s true that it’s still summer, but I’ve been making my list for all the things I want to do this fall. Ushering in the fall season with pretty wreaths on my doors is at the top of my list. So today, I am going to share with you the best 10 wreaths for your home this fall.

Nothing says “Welcome!” like a pretty entrance and a wreath does just that. There are so many lovely options out there and I am excited to share them with you.

“It’s hard to know exactly when wreaths originated, but it’s generally believed that they were first introduced in ancient Greece and Rome. In the middle ages, wreath crowns and headdresses had different significance depending on the materials they were made from and who they were given to.” – Wreaths Across Canada

My Fall Wreath Last Year

Below is the wreath I’ve used the previous couple of years. You can see how I decorated my front door and My Best Fall Home Tour from last year if you missed it.

I love this wreath and I could use it again, but I am going for a little different look this fall. Can you guess what I’m using? If not, no worries! I’ll be sharing it soon.

Don’t be afraid to use the same wreath you used in previous years. Just like the seasons change, so do most things on our porches. The majority of people won’t even notice if you used the wreath from last year!

When Can You Hang A Fall Wreath?

Your best option is to put up your fall decor beginning in September and into October. That’s when the weather starts changing and everything pumpkin spice is in the air. August IS still summer and you want your decor to flow with the changes in the season.

You can’t have your neighbors talking about your decor not flowing!

Am I right?

Where Should A Fall Wreath Be Placed?

I have three doors leading into my home and I love that two doors can be seen from the front of my home. Typically, I always hang my wreaths on the outside of my doors. They’re all protected by porches or small overhangs, so the weather elements don’t ruin them.

Your exterior doors aren’t the only place to put your wreath.

Here are some other great places you can hang them:

  • Kitchen wall
  • Your stove hood vent
  • Above your fireplace mantel
  • Above your bed
  • Living room windows (You’re able to see these from inside and outside)
  • The back of your dining room chairs

If you get creative, I’m sure you can think of some other great spots in your home!

My Top Ten Wreaths

Now, the moment you have been waiting for!

Below is my best 10 wreaths that I found for fall and I think you’re going to love them!

1.) XL Grass Wreath – Threshold

2.) Gold Wheat Wreath

3.) Bibelot Eucalyptus Wreath

4.) Fall Wreath (Orange with pumpkin) with Storage Box

5.) Wheat Harvest Wreath with Berries

6.) Valery Madelyn – Apple Blueberry Pine

7.) Mixed Fall Foilage

8.) Nearly Natural Harvest Wreath

9.) Pink and Orange Autumn Harvest Wreath

10.) Magnolia Gourd & Bell Cup Live Wreath

I hope you’ve enjoyed my best 10 wreaths for your home this fall! I also hope it has inspired you to start making your list for all your fall decor! If so, leave me a comment and let me know what’s on your list, this season.

Fall will be here before you know it!

By the way, I’ve also shared some of my other favorite fall finds below!

As always, I’m so grateful you stopped by today!

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9 Comments

  1. Love all of your beautiful wreathes. I think decorating for Fall is the same as decorating for Christmas, do it when you want. Yes it is August, but it is SO SO SO hot that people are over it and ready for cooler weather and some PSL. Once Halloween is over most people are decorating for Christmas, so they can enjoy the decorations longer and have free time in December to bake and enjoy holiday activities. Thanks for sharing.

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