Here’s How to Decorate Your Door for Autumn Just Like Joanna Gaines

published Oct 12, 2021
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On Oct. 1, Joanna Gaines posted a collection of snippets from her first day of October to Instagram. She harvests pairs, lights her favorite fall-scented candles, and relishes in the beauty of her preserved goods, throw blankets, and autumn sunsets. And part of her Oct. 1 routine is decking out her home with some fall wreaths — and we found a few dupes that definitely fit the season.

“The first day of October always feels like a gift,” Gaines captioned her post. “It marks the return of my favorite month of the year — one that carries so much beauty, hope, and expectation – and some of my best memories. If this time of year is stirring a little something in you too, I hope you’ll join me in embracing every bit of magic it has to offer.”

On her double front doors, Gaines added a pair of orange berry wreaths.

Michaels sells a similar wreath made up of faux multicolored berries all within an orange-and-red color scheme. You can fill these wreaths out a bit to be as lush as Gaines’ by adding a few more berry stems into the bunch. Michaels also sells individual faux berry fillers starting at just $.79.

Joann Fabrics sells a similar wreath from Bloom Room. The cornhusks used in this wreath are faux, so you can bring it out year after year.

Alternatively, a wheat wreath may also look just as pretty hung indoors or out. There’s one from Grandin Road that gives off that same subdued autumnal feel.

Looks like Joanna might have to add “wreath queen” to her seemingly endless resume.