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Wreaths add texture and warmth to any space. A wreath on the front door can set the mood for what guests can expect when they walk inside your home.
Step outside the box with a star-shaped wreath. This one will carry a front door from fall through the holidays.
A wreath collage is sure to be the envy of any neighborhood. The grouped wreaths add a whimsical touch to a fall tradition.
This square boxwood wreath is pretty on its own. I would use it as an interesting frame for my favorite fall photo.
Start on the outside of your house by adding a subtle wreath full of faux antlers and fall pinecones.
Acorns go from fall to winter and become a beautiful holiday accessory when painted a milky white in this cute wreath.
I have a wreath for every season, and I can't think of a better way to welcome fall than a wreath adorned with red delicious apples. This is the perfect touch for any front door.
Peacock feathers are not traditionally thought of as fall decor, but those deep jewel-toned colors are so pretty and textural. I'm saying yes to this wreath!
I found the perfectly twiggy, grapevine wreath to hang from the back of a rocking chair on a fall proch.
I think that if you removed the candy cane from this wreath, you could put it out in the fall and leave it up all the way through the new year.
This works for fall and Thanksgiving, but the thing I like best is that the bright red also transitions to the winter/Christmas/holiday season seamlessly! I'd leave it up from September to February.
This is a refreshing alternative to pine for the holidays. Plus, the succulents can be potted and enjoyed long after the Christmas lights come down.
White burlap makes a beautiful winter wreath that can be used for years to come. It also adds a nice texture when mixed with other holiday decorations.
Garlands and wreaths are the perfect combo for a cozy and warm fireplace. Sit by the fire and enjoy these fall pretties up close and personal.
Fall Leaf Garland
Yes, please — more burlap! This wreath is classic and beautiful. I love the flower detail and would love to see this hanging on a pretty mirror.
I would love to use this gorgeous dried myrtle wreath on my front door. It has the best of the fall colors!
This spectrum of autumn grains is sure to turn heads. I love the organic feel of this pretty wreath.
This one is very special. The colors may not be traditional autumn colors, but the different kinds of eucalyptus, including the Purple Haze, give this a wonderful color combination that I love.
Artichokes and herbs make this wreath a winner. It would be perfect in my kitchen during the autumn months.
These pumpkins and berries set the stage for a cozy, welcoming entryway. I love to light my wreaths and door with a spotlight during the holiday months.
Display all of the colors of the season with this beautiful magnolia-leaf-inspired wreath. I love how understated it is, yet it would definitely be a welcoming touch on your front door.
Another way to add festive lighting? String lights, of course. I love the Starry String Lights from Restoration Hardware because they’re small and delicate unlike traditional bulbs, so they add just the right amount of twinkle to anything from mantels to centerpieces to branches.
Why hang your keys on a boring old rack when you could have this hotel-inspired key rack? It will bring a bit of vintage modern style to your home, and will inspire you to make sure your key rings are looking snazzy.
Metallics are the trend of the moment, and this gold wreath is the perfect way to add holiday sparkle to your front door.
Tulip, or Japanese, magnolia blossoms are exploding all the way around this 24" diameter wreath. In light green and cream tones, this wreath fits right in with our Chardonnay Collection. For indoor use or in a sheltered outdoor location, avoid placing in strong direct sunlight to keep the colors...
Wreath Tulip Magnolia, Light Green
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If you're looking for something utterly beautiful, look no further than this moss ball tree topper. It explodes with puffs of cotton and crystal branches and is truly a unique and statement-making piece.
This is one of the prettiest wreaths in my opinion. The red berries add a splash of color to your walls, and it has just the right amount of rustic with a touch of modern.
Talk about the perfect summer wreath. You would definitely think about the beach every time you walked through the front door.
If you are looking for something you can just hang up and not worry about again, this is a great option. Artificial boxwood looks good year-round.
The vibrant colors and soothing aromas that come with this wreath are reminiscent of an Italian countryside.
This fragrant wreath contains six different culinary herbs -- bay, dried savory, dill, sage and lavender.
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