I know what you’re thinking- it’s way too early for a fall wreath roundup, but hear me out. You know how these things go. If you don’t buy it months in advance, the shelves are bare and they’re sold out online.
This time of year can still bring sweltering heat to Sacramento, and decorating for fall always feels like an offering to the sun gods to go easy on us. I may not be able to buy beautiful, fall colored mums to adorn my porch (I promise myself every year I won’t do it because the heat fries them within a week.), but I can sure as hell put up a beautiful faux wreath on my door in hopes for cooler temps.
So, if you’re looking to will nature and give into your inner basic white girl, I’ve scoured the Internet for the best fall wreaths. Some are overtly fall with pumpkins and rich reds, oranges, and yellows. There’s also some more subdued ones that will help you transition from summer to fall and won’t earn you side eye from your neighbors for putting it out promptly on September 1.
Oak Leaf Wreath
Rustic Fall Wreath
Traditional Fall Wreath
Pampas Grass Wreath
Harvest Floral Wreath
Rusted Eucalyptus Wreath
Wheat Grass Wreath
How to hang your fall wreath
I have an over the door style hanger. My door is a bright red, so I went with a clear acrylic holder, similar to these.
If you have a window, or an atypical door size, an adjustable hanger might be your best bet.
These suction hooks look perfect if you have glass on your front door. These magnetic hooks look great if you have a metal front door.
I love the pampas grass, but I needed a little more fall color in it, so I went with this wreath. Can’t wait to throw out my fall doormat (layered with this larger black rug, to achieve the basic look) and quit pretending like I don’t love fall decor. This leaf door mat is from last year, but here is a similar one. I am who I am and I like what I like, so grab a wreath and join me!
More of a DIY kinda gal? Check out this DIY Hoop Wreath for the holidays. Or swap out for some fall florals and use it now!
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