Fall is a versatile time of year as far as decor goes. You don’t have to stick to orange pumpkins and leaves (although that’s always a classic). Here are a few of our favorite fall mantels to inspire your decorations this year!
This fun wreath adds so much character to this fall mantel. It’s a different take on many typical fall wreaths, but the colors used still convey that fall feel. eighteen25 shares a great tutorial on how to make this easy wreath and details on the other items they used to create this beautiful mantel.
Diane at In My Own Style admits that she used to go crazy with the fall decor, but realized that sometimes a few simple changes for each season can have just as big of an impact.
If you’re wanting to do something totally different this year, head over to Shabbyfufu. This jewel-toned mantel could be just the thing you’ve been looking for!
Fall decor lends itself so easily to the use of antiques that you may have sitting around. Little Vintage Nest simply added a few white pumpkins to this vintage cubby to create her fall mantel. She also shares a link for this adorable pumpkin sign, you’ll definitely want to check it out!
No mantel? No problem! It All Started With Paint decorates her radiator cover in the same way she would decorate a mantel. Sometimes a bit of creativity is all you need to get the job done.
If you already have the farmhouse theme going on like My Life From Home, you may simply need to grab a few pumpkins to complete your fall mantel!
Although white pumpkins and neutral color schemes are trending this year, some people just can’t get into fall without a few leaves and pumpkins! Check out AKA Design to see how she creates her mantel using a simple shelf in her living room.
Houseful of Handmade shares some great tips on how to create an upcycled mantel along with a tutorial on how to make these cute watercolor leaves. This mantel is a great example of how to slowly transition into your fall decor.
Here’s another mantel created using items found around the house. Fox Hollow Cottage also likes to use her chalkboard wall to add interest to her mantel decor.
If you’re lucky enough to live at the beach, you might not feel right throwing up the typical fall decor. Green With Decor decided to keep her driftwood and aqua accents up but add some cute white pumpkins to bring in a touch of fall.
Jen at Tatertots and Jello loves the whimsy that is added when unexpected colors are used to decorate for holidays. She shares how to create these fun pumpkins using supplies found at the dollar store!
If you’re looking to replicate this trendy fall look, head over to So Much Better With Age for some tricks on how to create these beautiful heirloom pumpkins. She did all the time-consuming research so that you don’t need to!
What’s your favorite fall decor? Maybe you have some new ideas to send our way!
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