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My Top 10 Favorite Fall Wreaths

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My Top 10 Favorite Fall Wreaths

My 10 Ten Favorite Fall Wreaths

Everything changes for the better with a beautiful fall wreath!  There are so many of us who love the fall. We appreciate everything about it.

The perfectly cool weather – just enough chill that bites the air in a comforting way. The toasty feeling of oversized sweatshirts, sweaters, and warm beverages. Oh and the tree changing color for what seems to only last for a few blinks of an eye. Well, fall wreaths fall into that category – pun intended! :)

Since my fall wreaths are on their way out, and I need new ones, I usually like to make a big deal of it when I make my decision, so I start looking well ahead of time. Here are some of my favorites – My Top 10 Favorite Fall Wreaths. And, of course, I will post again in the fall about what choices I made and how they look!

Generally, I buy two – one for the front door and one for inside.

Oh – just as an FYI – This is what I have hanging from my door. I wanted something colorful, playful, yet simple! I love the contrast of yellow and blue from the cushions of the chairs.

wreath summer

OK, now back to my fall wreaths! Below, you will find my top favorite fall wreaths. Wish me luck shopping for one! And as always – this post is NOT sponsored. 

1. Pier One – Vine, Leaves and Gourd Wreath

Vine, Leaves and Gourd

I really like this Fall wreath. It’s faux acorns, pine cones, and silvery gourds are entwined with grapevine to create a wreath that simply with its mix of natural and metallic accents – this is the wreath for your favorite doorway, mantel, and centerpiece.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup vine wreath


 2. Pier One – Autumn Bronze Leaves Pre-Lit Wreath Autumn Bronze Leaves Pre-Lit Wreath

Bronze is the new gold, in case you hadn’t heard, which makes this handcrafted wreath a beautiful crown for your mantel or door. An ensemble of stylized faux oak leaves, gourds and sumac receives a bronze metallic sheen that makes a bold statement. LED lights provide the ultimate punctuation.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:
closeup autumn bronze


 3. Pier One – Wood Chip Wreath 

Wood Chip Wreath

Two points to make here: 1) a beautiful wreath doesn’t have to be round, and; 2) our artisans can make flowers from anything. In this case, curled wood shavings are handcrafted, tinted and arrayed to create a wreath that seemingly improves on nature. Our bet? You’ll feel pretty chipper having it on your door.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:
closeup wood chip


4. GrandinRoad – Linley Harvest Wreath 

Linley Harvest Wreath

Welcome the splendor of the autumn season with a delightful arrangement of lifelike golden-amber hydrangea, ruffled burlap fabric, and patterned bows. The asymmetrical design and mix of materials make for an instantly distinctive look at your door or above your mantel while the rustic texture and warm hydrangea hues will be the highlight your harvest or Halloween display.

Create your own natural and versatile composition, with Linley as the centerpiece, and you’ll have a display that’s perfect from the end of summer all the way through Thanksgiving. 

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Linley Harvest Wreath


 5. Williams-Sonoma – Fall Leaf Wreath 

Fall Leaf Wreath

Bring autumn indoors with our generously sized wreath, showcasing the rich, warm hues of the season. Arranged by hand on a family owned California farm, our aromatic, richly colorful botanical combine sweet marjoram with feathery wheat stalks, lacy sweet annie, variegated and green foliage, orange safflower, yarrow and exotic dried lotus pods.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Fall Leaf Wreath


 6. Williams-Sonoma – Autumn Harvest Wreath 

Autumn Harvest Wreath

The colors of the fall countryside are very vivid with the swirl of leaves and grasses, all naturally air-dried to maintain their beauty. A majestic natural tribute to the season’s vibrant foliage, this lush arrangement includes maple leaves, myrtle, oat, wheat, flax pods and lotus pods, all expertly hand-woven onto a sturdy birch twig base.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Autumn Harvest Wreath


 7. Williams-Sonoma – Farmers’ Market Herb Wreath 

Farmers' Market Herb Wreath

This one is in my top 3 list! 

At farmer’s markets across America, artisans showcase local botanicals by creating decorative wreaths. Hand-made on a family-owned farm, our wreath celebrates this tradition with a medley of colorful dried flowers and fragrant herbs. Blue lavender, purple Mexican sage and creamy achilla of the pearl mingle with golden yarrow and orange safflowers.

A backdrop of aromatic greenery includes marjoram, thyme, sage and fresh bay leaves along with delicate pepperberries. All herbs are grown without pesticides or herbicides. For decorative use only. Protect from weather. 22″ diam.  A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeupFarmers' Market Herb Wreath


8. Williams-Sonoma – Garden Rose Wreath  

Garden Rose Wreath

This one is also in my top 3! 

Accented with glorious pink preserved roses, our classic wreath includes a lively sunburst of feathery foliage composed of pink larkspur, white sinuata, hydrangea, maidenhair fern and eucalyptus leaves. Protect from weather. 20″ diam.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Garden Rose Wreath


9. Williams-Sonoma – Square Mixed-Herb Wreath  

Square Mixed-Herb Wreath

Cooks and gardeners will delight in this fragrant wreath of culinary herbs and other air-dried botanicals in a distinctive square shape. Scarlet dried chiles de Arbol are arranged with painterly skill, interspersed with fresh bay leaves, dried marjoram, purple Mexican sage, double feverfew, orange safflower, and yarrow. Handmade on a family-owned farm in California, the wreath’s herbs are all grown without herbicides or pesticides. Intended for decorative use only. Protect from weather. 15″ sq. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Square Mixed-Herb Wreath


 10. Williams-Sonoma – Harvest Apple Wreath

Harvest Apple Wreath

I love this one too! 

With its rich shades of burgundy and green, our wreath is a naturally elegant accent to enjoy throughout the festive season. The warm reds of Nigella, myrtle, and flax mingle with dried apple slices on a backdrop of dried leaves, in a lush arrangement that’s artfully crafted by hand.

Here is a close-up shot of the above wreath:

closeup Harvest Apple Wreath

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14 Comments

  1. I love the Fall too. Those wreaths are popping with color… and style good picks…thanks can’t wait to go but one ha!

  2. I really like the first two wreaths from Pier 1. I usually don’t change the one on my front door but I might now!

  3. Wow some of those are stunning but the price no no no. I will look to copy one of the above for myself but with a much much lower price tag. Wish me luck.

  4. Hi Krystal! I know, they have really nice ones there! If you do change it, don’t forget to take a pic! Have a great weekend…always a pleasure hearing from you!
    Carolann XO

  5. Hey Anj – yes they are expensive for sure, but I manage to get a few good years out of them. I made one once – it was a lot of hard work, but I liked it. Maybe I should try again! Always great hearing from you!
    Carolann XO

  6. These wreaths are beautiful. They are a little expensive for me. Maybe when my kids are grown. I love the square ones and also the spring time colors.

  7. Hi Candi – thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! Yes, they are a bit pricy, but they last for years when I pay for a good quality one. Every time I get a cheaper one they break down on me so I look at it as an investment. I like to treat myself to something fun and pretty and in the long run I save money from not replacing. I hope you have a fab weekend. Always a pleasure hearing from you!
    Carolann XO

  8. Hi Kimberly! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! I love that one too! I can’t wait to see which one I get lol. I hope you have a fab weekend. Always a pleasure hearing from you!
    Carolann XO

  9. I have one place over the fireplace that I switch out seasonal or holiday wreaths (I can’t hang wreaths on our front or side doors since we live very rural and our squirrels and other wildlife tend to take off with pieces of my wreaths). While the prices are steep for my wreath budget I like the William Sonoma Autumn Harvest wreath. The colors are lovely!

  10. I like all the Williams and Sonoma wreaths, but the glory and beauty of no. 7 is my pick! Best of the Bunch.

  11. Hi Jill, thanks so much for stopping over to comment! Oh they look so beautiful over the fireplace! I didn’t even think about those little animals getting to them outside wow. Yes, some of the prices are steep, but the good ones last for years and years that is why I love them. Hope to hear from you again soon!
    Carolann XO

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