Dried Fall Wreaths: This fall, the arrangements are concentrating more on traditional elements. The best selling designs feature dried floral materials in contrasting hues. This makes the arrangement an instant focal point, perfect for front doors as the color contrast draws your eye even from the street or sidewalk. For those that hate artificial flowers, preserved wreaths are a way to cut the cost ın contrast to live arrangements and can last for many years with special care.
Silk Fall Wreaths: Artificial Flowers have really improved in the past few years from their ugly beginnings. This fall season, artificial flowers add vibrant fall color to fall wreaths. These arrangements can be understated wreaths of autumn colored leaves or the more intricate designs featuring autumn florals. Often these designs are so realistic, it is difficult to tell that they are not made up of fresh florals even when only standing a few inches away. Long lasting and a lot more sturdy than preserved wreaths, silk might be the best alternative if your design will be subjected continuously to the weather.
Autumn Berry Fall Wreaths: The topic of the fall season has always been the harvest and the wreaths for 2010 accentuate that by featuring harvest berries in quite a few designs. This choice is fantastic for those that favor a more subtle and understated arrangement over the types mentioned above. Designed in the amazing colors of autumn, these wreaths feature bunches of striking fall berries that immediately bring to mind food and the harvest feast.
A gorgeous fall wreath adds a feeling of the harvest season to your front door, putting you in the mood for the cooler nights and hot apple cider. Consider your own tastes and needs as you choose your arrangement, bearing in mind both cost and durability.
Now that you are ready to decorate for the harvest season, why not add a fall wreath to your fall decorating plans?