Summer is a host’s best friend. With the late hours of daylight and kids on summer break, it’s incredibly easy to fill up the calendar with dinner dates and game nights and pool parties. When you have so many people coming through your home, you’re going to want some serious front door decorating ideas to spruce up the look of your entryway.
One of the easiest ways to make sure your porch is guest worthy is to add a wreath. I know, the time for Easter egg wreaths is over and we aren’t quite to Fall leaves yet. But there are plenty of summer wreaths that are totally doable. Check out these 15 DIY wreaths to decorate your front door this summer.
Flip flops can be found for cheap at your local dollar store. Pick up a few pairs in complimenting colors and create a fun wreath with a foam form and glue. (via Mommy Like Whoa)
Boxwood is classy, no matter what time of year it is. Put together a faux boxwood wreath that can hang on your door all summer long. In fact, adding bows and berries with the changing seasons means it can decorate your door all year long! (via Anderson and Grant)
Wishing you were summering in Hawaii too? Use faux tropical flowers to cover a wreath. Every time you get home, you’ll feel like you’re entering your own Hawaiian paradise. (via Kleinworth and Co)
There’s nothing like a patriotic wreath to let the world know where your love lies. This simple DIY uses yarn and stars to make an artistic flag. You might even want one for the front door and the back door. (via My Frugal Adventures)
Honeycomb balls can be found for next to nothing. Put together yours in bright colors, you’ll have the prettiest and happiest wreath on the block. Plus, it will be easy to make one to match every event and party you have this summer. (via Design Improvised)
Thinking your house is too modern for a summertime wreath? Think again. This minimal succulent wreath is the perfect option to add a little flair to your front door without the frills. (via Tag and Tibby)
If you have a bar cart that caters to all your summer drink wishes, make sure you get an extra set of paper umbrellas to make this wreath. Guests will know exactly where you stand and what you’re drinking. (via Sadie Seasongoods)
We all have that beloved throw blanket that has some great colors but is a little too worn around the edges to display anymore. Use the good pieces and make it into a wreath for your front door instead. (via Persia Lou)
Your kids are probably going through plastic straws like bosses with their summer lemonades and slushies. Commandeer one color for yourself and string together this fun geometric wreath. (via Persia Lou)
Black and white works for many seasons if you accessorize correctly. Wrap a wreath in black and white ribbon and use flowers for spring and summer, leaves for fall and berries for winter. (via Girl Loves Glam)
Lemons are the happiest fruit so instead of resigning them to the bowl on your kitchen counter, invest in some fake ones to make into a wreath. Your front door will be happier for it. (via The Navage Patch)
Burlap is such a great crafting medium for rustic styled homes. Make a wreath with yours that you can change up with the seasons and holidays. This patriotic style will be especially summery. (via Please Note)
If you’re one of the lucky ones to own a pool, you absolutely must make this adorable swimsuit wreath for your front door this summer. Because everyone knows where you’re going to spend all your free time. (via Fynes Designs)
Tropical leaves just whisper of summer all by themselves. But when you make a wreath out of them, you won’t find more breezy summertime decor for your front porch. (via A Kailo Chic Life)