If you are craving some of that fixer upper style, these 12 farmhouse wreaths for your front door are the perfect solution! From magnolia wreaths to cotton stems and everything in between – choose a new modern farmhouse front door wreath from these fun options.
I love making wreaths (like this DIY farmhouse wreath and fun garden house wreath), but sometimes life is too crazy and you need to pull in the big guns…..Etsy. Here are 12 gorgeous modern farmhouse wreaths for your front door.
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The colors of the pepperberries mixed with the olive on this wreath make it hard to not love. It's perfect for the holiday season!
These farmhouse wreaths are about 18-20 inches in diameter and have an 8 inch ring. They fit perfectly for a single or double door. All olive branches and pepperberries are local to the foothills of Northern California and freshly picked to order.
I was looking for farmhouse style wreath with a hint of shiplap....because well #shiplap. I found this little gem and I think it's adorable. This sign is the perfect size for your front door, mantel, gallery wall, leaned on a shelf, entryway...or anywhere throughout your home!! The 1/2" rough cut shiplap plywood is painted creamy white and distressed before the red flowers and Welcome letters are added.
The clean look of this farmhouse wreath will fit right it to a traditional or modern farmhouse decor style. I love the brighter colors of this wreath. I'd also enjoy the smell of the preserved boxwood leaves. These beautiful 16 Inch Preserved Boxwood Wreaths are handmade using real boxwood which has been preserved to maintain a rich green color and natural texture. The boxwood is secured to a foam backing.
I love the simplicity of this rustic wheat wreath made with blond wheat, quail brush, flax, and douglas fir pine cones and is offered in several different sizes. Although it is absolutely perfect for fall, I bet you could get away with displaying this on your front door all year round if you wanted to.
Cotton stems and wreaths really took the farmhouse world by storm over the past couple years and I'm still loving them. This farmhouse cotton wreath is so unique with the twigs and dried pods. The cool thing about this one is that you can have a scented added to the wreath and there are SO many options. They all sound lovely!
Since we're officially at the kick off fall here, I couldn't resist this adorable little pumpkin door hanger. You could even personalize it with a custom word or phrase if you'd like! The wooden pumpkin measures 22" wide and includes an attached wire hanger and fun burlap bow. They're perfect for display as we celebrate this beautiful fall season. The farmhouse-feel of the slat pumpkin and the wooden script word make these pieces so unique and beautiful.
This farmhouse style wreath is the definition of show stopper! I love the wispy pieces of rosemary and white flowers coming out of the rustic wreath. This mini” farmhouse wreath is now available with white Queen Anne’s lace. The farmhouse front door wreath is covered in a beautiful silver and green rosemary greenery and white flowers. Decorate a door, window, or wall with a beautiful wreath.
I can almost smell that wonderful lavender and eucalyptus fragrance just by looking at the photos of this farmhouse style wreath. This wreath would be perfect for your front door all season long. This beautiful fragrant fresh wreath will be a lovely addition to your home or the perfect gift for your favorite person. It measure 16" on the outside diameter and it is a fresh wreath, so it will dry out overtime and can be kept up for decoration after it is dry.
This dramatic wreath has obvious farmhouse style and I'm a little bit in love. I love the mix of the lamb's ear and eucalyptus, along with the added texture of the eucalyptus berries. This farmhouse front door wreath is made with the highest quality faux greenery. It is perfect for over a fireplace, bed, or any wall where you are looking for a subtle yet striking piece of decor. It also looks amazing on a front door, but should not be placed in direct sunlight or where it will get wet.
This farmhouse wreath is perfect for the fall season! I love the added touch of the cotton stems and fun ribbon on the top and the bottom of this oval wreath. That "thankful grateful blessed" sign in the middle add so much character too! This is a one-of-kind wreath that is a great addition to your front door all year long. The wreath is created using a burlap jute mesh in natural. The center sign is lightweight MDF which is wired and hot glued. There are two multi-ribbon bows in burlap, brown, and white. The bows are accented with faux cotton stems. This wreath is made on a 24 x 20 inch oval wreath frame. The finished wreath measures a few inches larger.
Magnolia wreaths are pretty much the epitome of the farmhouse style. I guess we can thank Joanna for that. 🙂 Available in both 21 inches and 25 inches, this classic magnolia wreath is carefully handcrafted from high quality faux magnolia leaves on a grapevine wreath base. The leaves are so realistic looking! It will add the perfect touch of farmhouse fixer upper style to your front door or interior. Add it to your front door any time of year! It also makes a great gift!
This farmhouse wreath is SO cute with the buffalo check ribbon bow and mix of farmhouse florals. This Farmhouse style wreath is perfect for everyday! It works great on your front door or inside your home!Made with Faux lambs ear, cotton and finished with a Buffalo plaid bow, this farmhouse front door wreath is made on a 14” and 18” grapevine wreath form.
Any one of these farmhouse wreaths would add so much character to your front door.
I bet your neighbors would come over and be knocking on your door wondering where you got it!
If you are looking for a way to add instant curb appeal and farmhouse charm to your front door, snag one of these farmhouse wreaths.
So…now it’s your turn! Which one of these farmhouse wreaths would you put on your front door?