Five Places for Fall Wreaths
With an abundance of new wreaths arriving for autumn, we're finding creative ways to show off our favorites in every room of the house. Topped with preserved blooms and foraged finds, fall's colorful wreaths invite the outdoors in as temperatures drop. Our stylists shared five of their favorite ways to display a wreath, from the classic to the unexpected.
Left: The Pheasant Forest Wreath takes the spotlight as an elevated centerpiece for fall dining, resting atop a simple, footed plant stand.
Right: A circle of bright, burnished leaves serves as the focal point for an eye-catching mantel display with metallic accents. An arching garland of grapevine and zinc leaves frames the candlelit scene.
Left: Our Iron Candle Chandelier supports a wild-crafted wreath of foraged branches from New Jersey's Pine Barrens, mixed with draping stems of faux larch. Burgundy pillar candles provide a pop of seasonal color and soft illumination.
Right: A wreath of citrus-hued zinnias brightens our entryway storage area, suspended from teak shaker pegs with a colorful, coordinating ribbon.
Above: For a classic fall doorstep, our Autumn Flax & Protea Wreath greets visitors with blooms in harvest shades. Tall grasses and paired lanterns provide simple symmetry.