These 10 DIY fall wreaths are bound to bring you inspiration for your fall decorating. Wether you plan to find naturally foraged items or use faux resources, there’s a DIY idea here for you! So, put your decorating caps on and get ready to dive in!
Fall season is in full swing around here and I’m LOVING it! This is by far my favorite time of the year. I love seeing the leaves change color and feeling the crispness in the air. I’m finally bringing out the cozy knitted sweaters and oversized sweatshirts. Oh, what a joyous time of year!
Liv, my sister here at Brick House On Green, got creative this week and brought fall to the kitchen! She made a delicious Dinner In A Pumpkin! Isn’t that cool? That just goes to show there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy the fall season at home.
There’s also so much beauty to be found.
Muted tones of tan, bronze, orange and terra-cotta dot the landscapes around Lancaster County. Bright colored leaves also rest on the trees and summer flowers are drying up. Looking at the changes in the world around me brings ideas to mind for how I can decorate my home.
Recently, I’ve specifically been thinking about how to bring fall to my front door. How can I add some color to it while keeping it seasonal? As I was searching Pinterest for ideas, I came across so many that I loved. These wreaths are so beautiful and were created by people with such talent. I couldn’t just keep these to myself!
Sometimes, it just takes the ideas of someone else to spark some ideas of my own. That’s what I’m hoping these 15 DIY fall wreaths will do for you. Allow these to be inspiration for your own homemaking this fall. I know they will be for me!
10 DIY Fall Wreaths
Natural Fall Wreath
First up, Emily from LeCultivateur. Perhaps the best way to make your front door seasonal is by using nature. That’s exactly what Emily from LeCultivateur did for this beautiful Natural Fall Wreath.
A natural wreath is perfect if you live in a place where it’s easy to gather foraged items. It’s an affordable option that looks stunning on any front door. Plus, it’s so easy and convenient to use what’s in the backyard! Personally, I will choose a natural option this fall because I’m surrounded by so much nature here in Lancaster County.
Fall Frame Wreath
Next, Christy from Confessions of A Serial Diyer created this thrifty and festive Fall Frame Wreath! Classic fall pieces like pumpkins are paired alongside florals to ease out of the summer months. It’s neat how she used a frame as the foundation for this wreath. Definitely a creative change up from your average fall wreath!
Neutral Wheat Wreath
Check out this lovely Neutral Wheat Wreath from The Rooted Farmhouse. There’s something so simple yet elegant about hanging this on your front door. Additionally, I think it’s a great way to give damaged or wind-blown wheat a second chance at life. Add a cute bow to tie it all together and you’ve got yourself the perfect neutral-colored wreath!
DIY Autumn Wreath
Just Simply Mom offers us a DIY Autumn Wreath to bring those bold pops of orange! I think most people have “orange” come to mind when they think of fall. Orange pumpkins, orange flowers, orange mums. Orange, orange, orange. Truly, it’s a beautiful color and does encompass the autumn season so well. Marissa makes faux florals look so natural and effortless!
Dried Floral Wreath
If you know me then you know I’m a huge Fixer Upper fan! Magnolia created this whimsical Dried Floral Wreath that I absolutely love. Greens, neutrals and hints of gold come together to create this masterpiece. Once again, it’s also a wreath that could easily be foraged. Don’t underestimate the beauty of a simple wreath!
DIY Pumpkin Wreath
Okay, now this might be one of my favorite!! Heidi over at Eleanor Rose Home has fashioned this gorgeous DIY Pumpkin Wreath. While it’s certainly festive and fall-like, it’s not TOO heavy on the fall theme which I love. The eucalyptus and greenery add a colorful touch alongside the multi-colored pumpkins. I’d be adding this wreath to my list of go-to DIY projects!
Beaded Fall Wreath
Check out this unique Beaded Fall Wreath from DIY Beautify. This one is full of vibrant colors that all complement one another so well. A beaded ring makes this wreath stand out from all the rest. It brings the boho decorating style to life and would grace your front door beautifully this season!
Corn Shock Wreath
Now, this is a fitting Corn Shock Wreath for those of you in local Lancaster County! Since we are surrounded by corn fields, there’s no shortage of corn shocks! They’re a muted, neutral color while being very festive to the season. When I see this wreath I immediately think of fair season, corn mazes and pumpkin patches. “Fall” is perfectly summed up in this wreath for all Lancaster County folks! Thanks Hymns & Verses!
Dried Hydrangea Wreath
Over on Happy Happy Nester they’ve created this beautiful Dried Hydrangea Wreath. Hydrangeas are a lovely flower throughout the summer months and it’s hard to see them go. Well, they look just as beautiful dried! You can enjoy these pretty florals into the fall and winter months by creating this dried wreath. It brings some warmth to the neutral colors we often see for fall by preserving some of the vibrant color Hydrangeas have.
Rustic Fall Wreath
Jelica from A Pretty Fix made this Rustic Fall Wreath! This design is simple yet so fun with it’s whimsical touch. I love the pops of orange and green laced all throughout. Add this to your collection for a festive fall touch this season!
Did you find the perfect fall wreath for your home? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear what styles you’re implementing into decorating this fall. Don’t forget to join the homemaking family to be the first to get DIY tips and tricks as well as homemaking and housekeeping content!