Fall is finally here! The leaves are falling, the cool air is moving in, and pumpkin has been added to every menu item imaginable. Autumn is such a welcoming season, and we think that message should translate seamlessly into the home and its décor. There are many ways to bring the warm color palette of fall indoors, but the best way to make an impression is your own front door. The harvest wreath originated in ancient Greece, and was hung on the doors of farmers to bring good luck and prosperity to their families during the fall harvest. Nowadays, a fall wreath is more of a decoration than a symbol, but we think the spirit of the tradition should be celebrated. If you would like to make your own wreath this fall, we’ve included four great options for you to try. So, don’t leaf us hanging! Let’s get crafty!
For details on this sweet circumference, visit The House of Smiths.
For details on this delicious decor, visit The Wood Grain Cottage.
For details on this creative craft, visit Country Living.
For details on this corny creation, visit Stonegable.