Stylish and Affordable Fall Wreaths
Add a beautiful touch of fall to your front door while still staying in budget. Here’s a ton of stylish and affordable fall wreaths for you. All under $100!
Changing up your front door decor is a favorite way to transition into the new fall season. Our front porch is always the first area I start fall decorating and adding those new season touches. The white pumpkins and pine cones don’t appear just yet. Instead I make a simple swap with a pretty new wreath.
So if you are looking to switch up your fall decor look from last year – I’m here to help! I have a ton of affordable fall wreaths you are sure to love and you won’t have to spend a ton of money to get. That’s right – the best news of all – they are ALL under $100 bucks.
But this post doesn’t just stop with a a collection of fall wreath ideas. Nope! I’m also going to share tips on how to select the best fall seasonal wreaths for your home too.
So first, let me show you my favorite autumn wreaths. And then I’ll share three tips on how to select a great wreath you will want to use year after year!
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Gorgeous Fall Wreaths
I love looking at fall decor. So rounding up some of the best fall wreaths for you is a total treat for me! Here are eleven of my top picks (sources are included right below the image):
FALL WREATH SOURCES: cream grass wreath | rusted eucalyptus wreath | tri-color wreath | dried flax wreath | magnolia wreath | fall leaf wreath | harvest berry wreath | asymmetrical aspen leaf wreath | dried wheat wreath | cream lunaria wreath |
So many fun selections right? I usually lean more to the neutral color scheme like the gorgeous cream lunaria wreath – my favorite pick for sure! But I had to share a few tri-color options for those of you who love to mix up all the colors fall has to offer.
Tips On Selecting A Fall Wreath
Now if you are unsure of which beautiful fall wreath would look best on your front door, let me give you some tips and thoughts to consider before you buy.
Consider the Weather
First thing to consider is the weather. Do you have a covered porch or will your wreath be exposed to the weather? Our front door is covered and very rarely does rain (or snow) ever make contact that high up our door. So I don’t really need to keep the weather in mind when buying wreaths.
But if your wreath is completely exposed, you need to be a little more choosey when pretty wreath shopping. You may want to skip wreaths made with industrial and grass type materials. If any doubt – a great way to know where to hang your wreath is by paying close attention to the hanging instructions and hang accordingly.
Pay Attention To Wreath Size
You don’t want to choose a wreath that is too big or too small for your door. If you have a rather small door, go with a simpler leaf wreath style.
If your door is more on the larger size, go with a bigger, more of a statement wreath sized from about 20″ to 26″. And when hanging your door wreaths, aim for about 14 inches from the top of the door so that the middle of the wreath hangs right in the center.
Compliment Door Color
What color is your front door? If you have a brightly-colored door, then you may want to choose a wreath that is more subdued such as a eucalyptus wreath or cream/natural colored wreath.
I love this look of this grass wheat wreath on the white double doors. It’s subtle but still a very elegant fall decoration no doubt! 🙂
And if you have a more muted-colored front door, then you may want to choose brighter, more traditional fall wreaths like a tri-color wreath or the magnolia wreath.
EVEN MORE FALL WREATHS (ALL UNDER $100)
So if you didn’t see any favorite fall wreaths that you loved in my previous sourced wreaths above, you may find something below. Over 30+ more affordable fall wreaths to love and some even have free shipping too!
So which fall wreath was your favorite style? My personal pick and I’m sure will be a popular fall wreath this autumn season is the faux fall leaf wreath. Also, the fresh bay leaf and seeded eucalyptus wreath.
I hope with these tips and suggestions, you will find the fall wreath that matches perfectly with your style and your front door! Now, who’s ready for cooler weather and those fall leaves to start appearing? ME!
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