The temperature is dropping, the leaves are turning pretty colors and it’s finally starting to feel like fall at our farmhouse. Every year I try and change up my fall décor so it looks new and fresh. Sometimes I run around like a crazy woman not sure exactly where to start 🙂 but this year… I found this gorgeous wheat wreath on clearance and I could not wait to add it to our living room mantel! Today I am sharing our simple Fall mantel décor with you along with a few of my blogging friends as part of a decorate your mantel series.
Simple Fall Mantel Decor
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I am so glad I talked Jason into letting me paint our living room fireplace mantel white because it just makes our fall décor pop! Even the neutral décor really stands out.
If you missed what our living room looked like when we moved in, you can see that here.
Most fabulous mantels start with an awesome wreath and I absolutely love the wheat wreath I found on sale from Terrain last year.
It adds so much texture to our fireplace.
The neutral color and look of the wheat screams fall without any bright orange or black colors in sight :).
Keeping with the simple and neutral theme of our fall mantel I brought in a bunch of oriental grass and placed them in a simple ball jar next to a mercury glass pumpkin found at Home Goods a few years ago.
The grass is an unexpected change to a fall bouquet but I love the interest, color and texture it adds to our mantel.
A homemade velvet pumpkin and fall inspired mercury glass votive add even more texture and warmth to our mantel.
A simple white candle placed atop a mini pumpkin filled Ball jar and warmth and color to the other side of our mantel.
My mini wood slice pumpkin gives even more texture to our mantel.
You may have seen my galvanized house and “great is my faithfulness” print before :). They are definitely some of my favorite mantel accessories and I have no interest in taking them off my living room mantel yet!
I almost didn’t include the homemade leaf garland I made for our mantel last year but I am so glad I did.
There is something special to adding homemade pieces to your décor!
I am not making any promises I won’t change up my fall mantel décor anytime soon but I am pretty excited about how it turned out.
Thanks so much for stopping by to see my mantel and be sure to see all the fall mantel from my friend’s below!!!
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Fall Mantel Hop
Thanks so much to Amy from My Life from Home for hosting this Mantel Hop!