5 Places to Hang a Fall Wreath Besides Your Front Door

We found all the best places to display your fall wreaths so you can enjoy them all season long.

The best part about fall isn't the changing leaves, the cool breezes, or even all the pumpkin spice. It's the fact that it's perfectly acceptable to tuck decor into all your home's nooks and crannies. So why put a gorgeous fall wreath on your front door when you can put it inside where you can enjoy it? Here are five of the best indoor places to display your wreaths. 

1. As a Vignette

Every good holiday vignette includes a wreath. Whether it hangs on a wall or sits on a shelf, a wreath among a collection of serveware, rustic tins, or pumpkins completes a simple, yet stunning, fall vignette. If it's a farmhouse vibe you're going for, get more inspiration from this gorgeous space by Worthing Court.

2. On a Cupboard

Another great space that practically begs for a fall wreath is a cupboard or cabinet. Warm fall colors pop off this warm white cupboard. If your cabinets or cupboards are dark, opt for a warm white wreath, such as one made of cotton balls. The best part: This wreath is totally DIY-able! Get the tutorial from Carolyn's Homework.

3. In Your Entryway

Even if a fall wreath hangs on your front door, add one to your foyer or entryway as well. What else are all those hooks good for if not pretty decor? Mixed in with knit scarves, boots, a few pumpkins, and greenery, a natural fall wreath is the perfect touch. Added bonus? There's no need to add a hook! For more details on this beautiful space, including how to decorate your home in fresh fall greens for free, visit Southern Revivals.

4. In a Frame

Pom-pom anything is all the rage! This adorable fall pom-pom wreath is the perfect way to implement the trend in your home. Placing your pom-pom wreath in a vintage frame adds even more interest. Hang it anywhere or just prop it on a shelf or mantel for a simple, yet striking, visual. For more details, including a tutorial on how to make your own pom-pom wreath, visit Hunt and Host.

5. As a Centerpiece

A wreath doesn't need to hang anywhere. Whether round or square, a wreath makes an ideal centerpiece. Set it on a coffee table, entry table, or dining table. Place candles, pumpkins, or a lantern in the middle of the wreath for an easy and elegant centerpiece. For more gorgeous ways to decorate for fall, including more ideas for your favorite wreaths, visit Fox Hollow Cottage.

Bonus: Fall Wreaths You'll Love

Make a front door show-stopper using just a few supplies, including natural hydrangea and a large vine wreath. See our editor's secrets to the dramatic fall craft!

2 Comments

  1. I used a wreath as a centerpiece on our Thanksgiving table last year. All wonderful inspirations! Hugs from Katherines Corner.

  2. We no longer use our Fireplace, so I hang one from the mantle, in front of it. I love wreaths. They remind me of the unending circle of Life, and of our Father's LOVE.



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