The best autumn wreaths are the ones that embrace the changing season, celebrate nature and make a striking statement on our front door. If this year has taught us anything, it's the importance of nature, so we're tying to make it a part of our lives as much as possible.
Check out our edit of the best on-trend autumn wreaths of the moment in both the UK and the US, so you can appreciate the joy of vibrant fall colours every day, and keep your home looking on trend too.
From maple leaves to silk foliage, and from dried flowers to pumpkins, we've got you covered, but for even more seasonal inspiration check out our fall front porch ideas.
Our favourite Autumn wreaths in the UK
1. Make your own with a kit
Wreath making kit with dried flowers | £21 at Etsy
This wreath is beautiful for its muted colour palette with small pops of vibrancy. And the best bit is that, with this wreath making kit from Etsy you can craft your own design, so it's a fun weekend activity as well as a stylish autumnal feature.
2. Choose a handmade design
Blossomloops deep orange autumn wreath | Currently £33 at Etsy
Set on a 30cm rattan wreath, this beautiful wreath embraces the rustic trend. With a stunning mix of deep orange chrysanthemums, acorns, berries, pumpkins, fern thistle leaves and autumn leaves, you can be sure this will make your front door stand out from the crowd.
3. Embrace the trend for dried flowers
The Brobury Dried Flower Wreath by Cottage In The Hills | £45 at Not On The High Street
Dried flowers are big news at the moment, offering us all the prettiness of natural flowers, with the longevity of faux. This wreath includes dried flowers and foliage including Amaranthus, seed heads, barley and lots of other varieties. We love the mix of warm colours and think the addition of purple is a stylish touch.
Our favorite fall wreaths in the US
4. Celebrate the fall harvest
Autumn harvest wreath | Was $79.19, now $65.99 at Walmart
Embrace the changing seasons with this nature-inspired wreath from Walmart. Featuring a swirl of leaf stalks, stems and grasses all in the browns and beiges of the season, as well as a mix of mini pumpkin gourds and seedpods. It's a rustic and rugged fall wreath, perfect for farmhouse style homes.
5. Choose fresh cotton and eucalyptus
Handmade cotton wreath | $55.99 at Amazon
If you've seen cotton plants creeping into your interiors inspiration on Pinterest and Instagram, you'll know that the fresh and unusual plant is taking the interiors world by storm. So tap into the trend with this unique wreath. The cotton is perfectly combined with eucalyptus for a soft and modern take on an autumn wreath.
6. Bring your own sunshine with vibrant sunflowers
Tiny Land 24 Inches Fall Wreath | Was $52.99, now $49.99 at Amazon
If you don't like the darker nights and chilly weather, liven thing up with some bright and joyful sunflowers. This design from Amazon includes three beaming sunflowers so you can bring our own sunshine on rainy days. Complete with maple leaves in all their autumnal glory, this large 24 inch wreath is one to be noticed.
7. Choose classic fall colours
The Wreath Depot Oakwood Silk Fall Door Wreath | Currently $79.99 at Amazon
With its beautiful mix of fall colours, this wreath is an elegant choice. Large silk blossoms are combined with a charming array of pine cones, small pumpkins and faux wheat stalks for a beautiful effect that you'll enjoy for years to come. It also has a built-in loop so you can hang it straight on your door as soon as it arrives.
Amelia has worked on Real Homes magazine since 2016 and is now Deputy Style Editor. She's a flower lover, and her dining table is never without a bright and blousy bunch of blooms. She loves the excitement of planting seeds in her container garden, and watching beautiful flowers appear from nothing. This year she’s on a mission to enhance her new rented garden with a colourful bistro set, a patterned outdoor rug and plenty of fairy lights. Her favourite houseplant is a Calathea, as she loves how they lift their leaves at night, as if tucking themselves into bed!
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