Thursday, September 24, 2020

9 Fall Wreaths for Your Front Door

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Good morning friends, it's fall and although the stores are not bursting at the seams as they have in seasons past there is still a lot to chose from online. I do not add to much to the house in the Fall, typically a wreath on the door and lots of pumpkins, gourds, pinecones and acorns. This year I am looking for a new wreath because I donated my last one when I thought I was moving. Here are 9 that I love and you might too!




Bright orange berries and leaves would look beautiful against my black door!



Fall Wreath


 This Bittersweet Wreath from One Kings Lane with the red berries could carry you from Fall to Winter!





Simple fall leaves look elegant and classic on any door. 



Fall Wreath


Apple and pomegranates  add a touch of Fall's bounty to your decor. 



Fall Wreath

This felt wreath is another favorite of mine! I think it looks like a beautiful DIY is you had the time, otherwise it is $23.00 at Kohl's. 




Wreath from Kohl's

My mother in law loves squirrels and although she has several wreathes I am thinking of ordering  this one from Kohl's for her. 




Dried Wheat Wreath


Dried wheat is always a classic. 



Dried Eucalyptus Wreath




Fall Wreath

And last but not least this amazing handmade wreath!


Do you decorate for Fall? If so what is your favorite thing to decorate with? Are you a wreath person or do your prefer something else to greet your guests?

Have a great day!

2 comments:

  1. Love your book recommendations! Keep them coming! I am trying to purpose to read more! GREAT post!
    Happy day!
    karianne

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  2. Landscaping during a pandemic is not easy on the anxious. Our project was delayed three months, and is now entering its 13th week. By the time its done we'll be covering everything for winter! Printed these dinner recipes ... I'm so over my standard repertoire and these look delish! xo

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