Autumn doorscapes are the homeware craze you need to know for 2020 – just ask Stacey Solomon & Laura Whitmore

See our favourite autumn decor from the high street, from wreaths to garlands

From foliage wreaths to fabulous OTT displays, take cues from celebrities including Stacey Solomon and Laura Whitmore by decorating the entrance to your home this autumn. Show-stopping front door installations have become a new craze among some of our favourite celebrities in the past 12 months, and these gorgeous autumnal displays in shades of burnt orange, yellow and red are some of our favourites.

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Want to try the trend for yourself? Look back at some of the best celebrity displays from 2019, and discover the best autumnal wreaths and decorations below…

Zoe Sugg unveiled this display in 2019

While Zoe's huge wreath, which is decorated with leaves, pine cones and mini pumpkins, is a few years old from Homesense, shoppers may be able to find something similar in the high street store or its sister shop, TK Maxx. Zoe also decorated her doorway with plenty of pumpkins in various colours and scattered loose autumnal leaves on the floor.

The influencer wowed fans with this autumnal display

Zoe posted another image to her Instagram later in October revealing how much her autumn doorscape had grown in size. The YouTube star had added several more pumpkins of various sizes as well as hay barrels, scattered leaves and dried corn stalks which she had got from her local farm, Tulley's Farm. 

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Zoe confessed on her post: "Every year I seem to accumulate more and more pumpkins & I *think* this year is the PERFECT amount! Can you really ever have too many?" Well not when it looks as aesthetically pleasing as this Zoe, not at all!

Laura Whitmore also got in on the trend

Laura Whitmore opted out of an autumnal wreath and instead focused on a colourful autumn doorscape all the way down one side of her doorframe. Complete with bright yellow sunflowers in a bed of red, orange, yellow and purple leaves, the doorscape is also decorated with orange roses and pumpkins of all shapes and sizes.

Stacey Solomon fully embraced the new season

Stacey Solomon also went for a floral doorscape by Poppy Belle Florals but the Loose Women panellist chose a more muted colour scheme of light brown, faded red and burnt orange with a hint of pale pink and pop of bright red roses.

Stacey's autumn flowers decorate her entire doorframe. The mum-of-three also has large pumpkins, wicker baskets and hay barrels to decorate the floor - as well as an added autumn wreath in a more rustic, birds-nest style.

Katherine Ryan also transformed her family home for autumn

One thing is for sure, Poppy Belle Florals were busy last autumn! Comedian Katherine Ryan also had a doorscape installed by the designer, which not only covered her doorframe but also lined the outskirts of her house in autumnal orange, yellow, brown and red leaves - and of course, plenty of sunflowers. 

Whatever your budget, you're likely to find something to suit at stores including John Lewis, Wayfair, and Not on the High Street. We've rounded up a few of our favourites below to get your homes spruced up for autumn.

Autumn Brambly Hedge wreath, £49.50, Pippa Designs at Not on the High Street


YEKKU 50pcs autumn table decorations, £4.99, Amazon


Bouder autumn wreath, £11.98, Amazon


Handmade biodegradable felt autumnal garland, £22.50, Felt so Good at Not on the High Street


Dried flower wreath, £27, Etsy


Autumn décor fairy lights, £12.99, Etsy


Jormaepourri scented pine cone garland, £20, John Lewis & Partners


Autumn Dreams sunflower and squash wreath, £70, Etsy


Chrysanthemum Wreath, £49.99, The Seasonal Aisle at Wayfair


Autumn Harvest Foliage Wreath, £219, Balsam Hill


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