Want to instantly bring a touch of fall into your home decor? Try a wreath! Better yet, make one yourself. We've rounded up eight easy DIY fall wreaths that will look great on your front door or inside the house, whether your taste is cozy and rustic, sleek and modern, or if you want to add a bit of spooky style for Halloween.
Rustic: Mini Pumpkin Wreath
They look like tiny pumpkins, but this wreath is actually made with putka pods, which are natural dried seed pods. Best of all, they won't deteriorate like real pumpkins.
Rustic: Fruit and Foliage Wreath
Featuring fruit, pinecones, moss and dried mushrooms, this rectangular wreath is bursting with the bounty of fall. Bonus: You can also lay it flat on a table as a centerpiece.
Rustic: Corn Husk Wreath
Corn Husk Wreath
Pick up a basic straw wreath and some tamale wrappers from the grocery store to make this simple yet sophisticated wreath.
Modern: Painted Magnolia Wreath
DIY Magnolia Leaf Wreath
David A. Land (Styled by Elizabeth Demos)
A color palette of cool blues and greens paired with punches of vibrant orange lends a graphic, modern look to this painted magnolia leaf wreath.
Modern: Grapevine With a Twist
Dried Corn Wreath on Front Door
A traditional grapevine wreath with classic flint corn gets a contemporary update, thanks to an abstract yarn pattern and felted stems.
Modern: Halloween Chevron Wreath
Halloween Chevron Wreath
Sporting a trendy chevron pattern, this Halloween wreath feels chic, not spooky.
Spooky: Flying Bat Wreath
Hanging Halloween Bat Wreath on Front Door
You can easily craft this sculptural wreath that resembles bats taking flight with just craft foam, floral wire, fabric and yarn.
Spooky: Googly Eyes Wreath
Hosting a Halloween party? Create an eerie entrance for guests with this easy wreath made with a feather boa and Ping-Pong balls. SOURCE