Put together a Simple Fall Mantel using cozy rich colours, natural elements, candles, pumpkins and DIY wreath!
Hello friends! Today I’m participating in the Seasonal Simplicity Fall blog hop series hosted by my friend Krista of Happy Housie, and today we’re sharing our fall mantels. There are so many ideas to inspire your own decorating, so be sure to visit all the links at the bottom of this post! And if you missed my previous post as part of this series, make sure to check out my DIY Fall Wreath here. xo
It’s Fall Y’all!
I love the change over in seasons…especially the transition of summer to fall. I happily tucked away all of my summer decor and have replaced it with all the coziness of autumn. Bring on all the pumpkins, leaves, and cozy blankets. I love the feeling of decorating for a new season.
Start with the Mantel.
When I start my home decorating for each season, I like to start with the mantel. Because it’s the main focus of our living area, the mantel sets the decorating tone for the rest of this space.
Traditional Fall Colours
When I started my decorating I knew that I really wanted to use traditional fall colours in my home…cozy oranges, rust, reds, mustard yellow and brown. All the rich and beautiful colours of an autumn world. I’m craving tradition right now and I’m sure that has something to do with the state of the world, so I’m just going to go with it.
Put a wreath on it!
So the first thing I did was place my DIY Fall Wreath as the focus on my mantel (I originally had it hanging on my front door, but decided I liked it better on my mantel). The colours and textures set the tone for the rest of my mantel and fireplace shelves. Once the wreath was placed I added some candles…because candles make all seasons feel extra cozy…and I couldn’t resist these orange ones that I found at Indigo! Then I added a few little things to fill in the gaps.
Go with the flow.
I didn’t add much decor to my actual mantel because it’s not just my mantel on this wall. I actually view my mantel as the whole wall in my living room which consists of the mantel itself but also the white built-in shelving on each side of my stone fireplace. So as I decorate, I also add decor to the shelves.
Tying it all together.
To tie everything together I added some mini grey, green and orange pumpkins and stacked some wood. I love how it looks.
Simple and pretty.
There’s just something so cozy about stacked wood.
Now that my mantel is put together, I’ve been busy decorating the rest of my home and I can’t wait to share it with you! Stay tuned for more autumn decorating fun.
PIN IT for later!
More Fall Decorating
- Cozy Autumn Outdoor Patio
- Tips for putting together a fall porch
- Last Years Fall Living Room Tour (a lot has changed!)
- Simple Fall Tablescape
- Create a Pumpkin Patch Vignette
- My Fall Wreath Collection
- My Fall Recipe Collection
MORE Fall MANTELS TO INSPIRE!
It’s time to take a tour to see more cozy fall mantels that I hope will inspire your own decorating! Just click on the links below the images to see them.
Warm Earthy Rustic Decor at The Happy Housie
Elegant Boho Decor Ideas at The DIY Mommy
Fall Mantel with Dried Florals at Deeply Southern Home
Vintage Decor at Rambling Renovators
A Simple Fall Mantel at Craftberry Bush
Simple and Colorful Fall Decorating Ideas for Your Mantel at The Tattered Pew
Moody Fall Mantel at Modern Glam
Vintage Fall Mantel Decor at Joanna Anastasia
Simple Modern Fall Mantel at Taryn Whiteaker
Boho Cottage Ideas at Tatertots and Jello
Modern Fall Mantel at Clean & Scentsible
Adding Fall Touches in the Living Room at House by Hoff
Simple Fall Mantel Decor at Maison de Cinq
My Fall Mantel: Tips for Creating a Cozy & Inviting Space at Life is Better at Home
Cozy Farmhouse Mantel Decor for Fall at She Gave it a Go
Five Minute Fall Mantel at Finding Silver Pennies
Fall Shelf Styling Two Ways at My Sweet Savannah
Simple Fall Mantel Decor at Dans le Lakehouse
Modern Boho Fall Mantel Ideas at Life is a Party
Fall Fireplace Mantel Decor at Hallstrom Home