11 Gorgeous Warm-Weather Wreaths + Window Boxes

Amp up your curb appeal just in time for those sun-filled days.

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Fashionable Floating Box

A handcrafted window box is the perfect spot to show off some fresh-blooming purple pansies and soft, trailing ivy — both of which will survive early summer temps if planted in a shady spot. Find the step-by-step instructions to make your own gorgeous wood window box below.

Make It: DIY Floating Window Box

Lovely Lavender

How gorgeous is this little lavender number? Recreate this DIY wreath at home with faux lavender and foliage to guarantee a pop of purple that will last you all summer long.

How To: Make Faux Feel Fresh With a DIY Lavender Wreath

Match Made in Heaven

A set of handsome cedar window boxes serves as a perfect complement to the striking, cedar door on this renovated home. Our rule of thumb? Match your window boxes to your front door or shutters for crisp, cohesive curb appeal.

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Fresh-Squeezed Style

Fact: this elegant, orange-trimmed wreath will wow houseguests year-round. Even so, we’re especially taken with this fresh, citrus design to usher in those warm, sunny summer days. Want to squeeze as much style out of it as possible? Use faux fruit to recreate a lovely, long-lasting accent for your front door.

Farmhouse Frenzy

Give your windows a farmhouse-chic upgrade with a natural wood window box overflowing with pink pentas, white and pink caladium, pink verbena and trailing wire vine.

Designer-Worthy DIY

Make this pretty, versatile wreath from moss and a cluster of petite, pink blooms. The best part? This wreath is fully customizable for any style decor — simply switch up the colors of your flowers or add a patterned ribbon for a designer-worthy door accessory. Get the step-by-step instructions below.

: Make a Spring Wreath to Welcome the Season

Outside the Box

Why put yourself in a box if you don't have to? This charming white-washed home puts terra cotta planters on display inside a chic iron cage, proving sometimes less is more. Keep your curb appeal clean and simple with unfussy green plants. Doing so yields a polished look that will allow the unique architecture or soft colors of your home to shine through to passersby.

Farmers' Market Herbs

Is your herb garden overflowing with clippings? Dry them and turn them into a color-filled wreath, full of all the beauty of a farmers' market. This gorgeous door decoration features blue lavender, purple Mexican sage, thyme, bay leaves and pepperberries. Don't have access to fresh herbs? Buy this premade herb wreath over at williams-sonoma.com.

Hands-Off Charm

Don't have a lot of time to take care of your window boxes? Get the cozy cottage look without all the work by filling your boxes with easy-to-care-for calibrachoa, wire vine and tricolor sage.

Chic Succulent Wreath

Whether your style is urban, boho or farmhouse-chic, this wreath of colorful, earthy succulents is the perfect addition to your front door decor. Make your own from the step-by-step instructions below.

: How to Make a Living Succulent Wreath

Show Off

Why use window boxes exclusively on windows? Move these splashes of spring color to the porch railing instead and allow your flowers to soak up sunshine and show off their beautiful blooms to neighbors on your street.

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