Celebrate the season with the 10 fall wreaths that will look great on your cabin door.

With the changing of the leaves to the cozy fires we build, cabin living is so enjoyable this time of year. In order for you to get the best out of the season, we’re bringing you the #CabinChecklist this October. Follow along here @cabinlivingmag for helpful tips and tricks to maintaining and preparing your cabin for winter while still enjoying your favorite fall activities. Plus, every Friday a social media influencer will be taking over our instastories to give you personal home tours and their best fall decor tips. Tag your own #CabinChecklist activities and you might get a repost from us!

Magnolia and Pinecone Wreath

1. For Some Southern Flair

Magnolia leaves are a Southern stable, especially when it comes to wreaths. We love the Williams Sonoma Magnolia and Pinecone Wreath because of its modern, elegant take on this popular look.

Williamssonoma.com; $80

Sunflower Wreath

2. Add a Pop of Sunflowers

It’s not fall without sunflowers, and this wreath from Wayfair will look good on your door well after the Thanksgiving festivities end.

Wayfair.com; $43

Halloween wreath

3. Get in the Halloween Spirit

Decorate your cabin for Halloween with a cute wreath the kids will love. You might not get many trick-or-treaters out at your remote cabin, but the grandkids will get a hoot out of it.

Pier1.com; $56

Leaves Wreath

4. Blend in with Leafs

If you’re not the show-off type, this simple leaf wreath will blend in well with your cabin. Low-key and basic are always a plus in our book!

Jossandmain.com; $33

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5. Mix in Some Pumpkins

Nothing gets you in the autumn spirit like pumpkins! Pottery Barn’s harvest pumpkin wreath is warm and welcoming for any holiday party you throw.

Potterybarn.com; $99

Twig wreath

6. Get Twiggy with It

Frontgate’s metallic twig wreath would look great on your cabin door. We love the gold for fall, but we are eyeing silver for the winter months…

Frontgate.com; $99

foraged wreath

7. Go Natural

If you don’t have time to forage around your property to make your own wreath, this is a great substitute. The earthy elements are unique and a great conversation starter.

Shopterrain.com; $198

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8. Mix it up with Cotton

This cotton wreath from Birchlane would look great against your rustic cabin door for a country-chic style everyone enjoys.

Birchlane.com; $75

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9. Can’t Go Wrong with Classic

It’s true—you can’t go wrong with a classic fall wreath. The mix of pinecones, red leaves, herbs and artichokes will dress up your cabin all season-long.

Creeksidefarms.com; $74

feather wreath

10. Throw Some Feathers In

Wouldn’t this feather wreath look beautiful at your hunting cabin? We think so too.

Target.com; $25