Out of all the seasons, your front door probably gets the most foot traffic during the fall. From trick-or-treaters to Thanksgiving guests, and, hopefully, deliverers with gifts for the upcoming holidays, there will be plenty of eyes on your front door—which means it's time to spruce things up with stylish fall door decor. If you're inclined to break out your go-to fall wreath now that Labor Day's behind us, hold off until you see these fun, festive, and elevated wall decor ideas. Read on for 22 chic ways to dress up your front door for the fall (String lights! Seasonal door swag!).
Similar to a wreath in shape but with the added function of a candle holder, this pretty door hanging will set the fall mood.
Flank your front door with topiaries for a classic, refined entrance that's also easy. They'll keep the area looking photo-ready long after the season comes and goes.
Way less corny than a fall wreath. (We had to).
Light the path home the old school way. It'll set the scene for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and even the winter holidays.
A more bohemian and unique take on the full wreath, this one goes halsvies.
What better to usher in fall than a leaf-bordered welcome mat?
If your style is more minimalist, opt for something that's just a touch fancier than your go-to door decor. This hanging planter with a brass ring is the perfect choice.
These cute little planters are chic enough for fall, and juust creepy enough for Halloween. Versatility FTW!
This ring of cheerful marigolds in all the warm fall colors is festive without looking kitschy.
Imagine two of these flanking your front door. Yes and yes.
Maple leaves, pumpkins, and acorns! There's really no better way to decorate for fall. This is a great door decor option for anyone who wants to branch away from thew classic wreath.
Since you'll likely be hosting more this season, upgrade your average door knocker with something a little fancier.
Why not replace the fresh blooms are replaced with dried herbs, flowers, and leaves?
If you've got a monogram for summer, you're going to need one for fall, too.
Add a little shimmer to your season's front door without having to get out the rake.
Plaid for fall... groundbreaking.
This iron and rose wreath boasts a nice aged patina, giving it an old time-y feel.
Now this is a dreamy way to make an entrance. Hang it over the front porch for a truly magical season.
We can practically taste the pumpkin spice lattes.
If you have a fireplace, these logs will come in handy as the weather cools. But they also mark for great front door decor.
As if we were actually going to wait for Christmas to break out the holiday lights.
Skip the wreath and drape a full garland over your front door instead.