Colors like white and green can translate beautifully for fall to create a neutral & serene fall mantel.
I’ve been known to go a little over the top with my mantel. I love decorating mantels and once I get started, sometimes it’s hard to stop. I just keep adding and adding, especially in the fall when there is so much good stuff to work with! This season, I decided to reign myself in and see what I could do with less. I’m really liking the way this one turned out and I hope you will too!
How to Put Together a Neutral & Serene Fall Mantel
For this mantel, I kept a white mirror and chippy painted window as the backdrop. These items are tall and add height to our two story wall. These pretty pumpkins from Michaels were then added along with two long stems of greenery. A collection of thrift store pewter candlesticks which I got for $1 a piece are grouped together on one end of the mantel. For texture, I added the farmhouse basket. It’s simple but pretty! I could have kept going, but decided to keep it calm and neutral this fall. I like how this is setting the stage for the rest of the room.
Interested in seeing some of my other seasonal mantels? Here are some I think you might like: Farmhouse Summer Mantel, Spring Mantel Using Faux Milk Glass, Halloween Mantel, and Book Theme Fall Mantel.
My fellow blogger friends and I have teamed up to show you our fall mantel decor and to hopefully give you the inspiration you need to change your decor for the season.
To life feeling like home!