14 Summer Wreaths to Freshen Up Your Front Door

Spice up your summer decor with a homemade wreath.

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After winter has come and gone, welcome summer with a bright wreath for your front door. It's a nice way to greet guests and will make your house feel even more welcoming. And when summer comes to an end, simply swap it out for one of these fall wreaths instead.

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The Inspired Room
Hanging Basket Wreath

An old wicker basket can become the perfect vessel for hanging fresh blooms.

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What you'll need: wicker basket ($53, )

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Lydid Out Loud
Wagon Wheel Wreath

Add some farmhouse decor to your front door with this wagon wheel wreath. This blogger added a small watering can for extra oomph.

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What you'll need: wooded wagon wheel ($17, )

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Daisy Mae Belle
Monogrammed Wreath

A monogrammed wreath is a sweet way to show off your family name. Give it as a gift or make one for yourself.

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What you'll need: floral wire ($2, ); floral foam ($8, ); floral pins ($7, )

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Somewhere in the Middle
Oversized Wreath

This blogger covered up her damaged front door with this plant-filled DIY wreath. She said her neighbors loved it so much they suggested she sell it at a farmer's market.

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What you'll need: twig wreath ($18, )

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Courtesy of The Navage Patch
DIY Summer Lemon Wreath

A little color from faux lemons make this wreath really pop.

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What you'll need: mini lemons ($8, )

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Courtesy of The 36th Avenue
Cupcake Liner Wreath

Choose pretty patterned cupcake liners for an indoor wreath.

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What you'll need: cupcake liners ($8 for 100, )

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Courtesy of Little Vintage Nest
DIY Summer Wreath

Attach a wooden greeting to this wreath to welcome guests before they even knock on your door.

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What you'll need: hi sign ($26, )

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DIY Driftwood Wreath

Always gathering driftwood during your beach vacations? Turn your collection into a DIY wreath!

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What you'll need: clear lacquer spray ($7, )

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Courtesy of Jolly & Happy
DIY 'Fixer Upper' Magnolia Wreath

Even if you can't make it to Waco's Magnolia Market, you can still hang a wreath on your door that Joanna Gaines would be proud of.

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What you'll need: foam floral wreath ($7, ); preserved magnolia leaves ($9 for 25, )

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Courtesy of The How-To Mom
Tulip Wreath

Ensure your wreath will last all year long by making this wreath with faux blooms.

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What you'll need: pink faux flowers ($22 for 30, )

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Courtesy of My Craftily Ever After
Succulent Wreath

Customize this wreath with a phrase of your choice to add a personal touch to your door.

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DIY Hydrangea Wreath

Choose your favorite flowers, and attach 'em to a wire wreath frame—it's as simple as that!

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Watermelon Wreath

Easily recreate this adorable wreath by tying colorful fabric strips to a wire frame.

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Summer Initial DIY Wreath

Hang this summery wreath on your front door, and we guarantee it'll put a big smile on your face every time you walk into the house.

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