3 Wreaths for an Autumnal Entryway

I'm a wreath person. I love how the simple act of hanging one on the front door feels like a celebration of the season. And fall wreaths, which generally mix dried flowers, herbs, and other botanicals in harvest hues, are invariably my favorites. Below I've selected three autumnal options that will carry you from now through Thanksgiving.


Flax and Safflower Bouquet Wreath from Terrain

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Pops of burgundy, yellow, and orange from the flowers combined with the neutral tones of the grasses make this wreath particularly versatile. It will work for just about any style of home.


Dried Golden Wheat Wreath from Grandin Road

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Stark and stunning, this golden dried-wheat wreath is an ode to color and texture. It would look smashing on the front door of a more contemporary home.


Dried Japanese Fall Harvest Wreath from Food52

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This wreath's bright orange, dried Japanese lanterns really pop against the gray-green eucalyptus and beige sorghum wheat. Pair it with some pumpkins nearby to complete the look.