10 Fall Door Decorations That Aren't Wreaths
Break the wreath mold this season with creative door decor ideas that are sure to stun.
Now don't get me wrong, I love a gorgeous fall wreath. But sometimes it's nice to take a break from the norm and try something new. So this year, I've decided to swap out my usual grapevine wreath for a front door decoration that's equally as beautiful but totally unexpected. Who knew there were so many gorgeous non-wreath options out there? Check out a few of my faves below.
DIY Door Tags
Simple and chic, these fall-themed door tags from DIY blogger Jaime Costiglio are a fun, elegant way to add a touch of seasonality to your outdoor decor.
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Get a long-lasting fresh flower look by filling a vintage hanging container with dried hydrangea, cotton stems and curly willow branches. When it's time to switch out your fall door decor, simply rearrange all materials in a vase to be enjoyed indoors.
Garden Rake Welcome
Is last year's rake looking a little worse for the wear? Instead of tossing it, give it new life as a cheery fall welcome arrangement.
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Basket of Flowers
A woven hanging basket is a simple, pretty way to display potted, dried or faux seasonal blooms.
Nothing says "fall" quite like a bundle of dried flint corn. For an elegant presentation, choose three large ears, spray paint in varying metallic colors and braid together before hanging.
Wow With Wheat
This quintessential fall door decoration from lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner is as pretty to look at as it is easy to make. All you need is a handful of wheat, a rubberband and some ribbon.
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Pretty Paper Dahlias
If you're feeling particularly crafty, throw together a few of these large DIY paper dahlias for a fun, youthful fall look.
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Chalk It Up
I'm in love with the way DIY blogger Sarah Syrett upcycled this old silver tray with a little chalkboard paint and some eye-catching fall florals.
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Framed Spider Web
Caught in the Web
Picture frames as wreaths? Sure, why not! Grab an old picture frame from a flea market or garage sale and update it with spray paint in a bold color. Next, remove the glass and artwork. Use string or yarn to create the spiraling look of a spider web then attach the web to the frame's back side with double-sided tape.
Add a touch of chic, ghoulish charm to your front porch with a DIY yarn spider web set in an upcycled vintage picture frame.
Pumpkins Aren't Just for Carving
A rustic metal basket lined with wheat straw creates the perfect base for displaying pumpkins, apples or other decorative seasonal produce. Opt for high quality faux varieties instead of the real thing to keep the basket from getting too heavy and to ensure your decor will last throughout the season.