Summer mantel décor at our farmhouse is kept simple. It’s important to me to celebrate the beauty outside our windows as well as celebrate the simplicity that our family strives for year round. But especially in the summer :). I am sharing my summer mantel today with a few of my blogging friends. You can check out their summer mantel décor ideas below.
Summer Mantel Décor for our Farmhouse
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Our living room fireplace is by far my favorite spot to decorate. The Pallet wreath Jason made for me last year is always the perfect neutral piece to center our mantel with.
I try to always use the greenery and flowers from our yard rather than buying them. After all what’s the point of planting flowers if you can enjoy them both inside and out!
I have been loving anything and everything galvanized right now and brought in my vintage watering can to decorate with. I use this watering can almost every day to water our flowers and plants inside and out. I think I might need to find a few more watering cans to decorate with so I don’t have to take the flowers in and out of the can everyday :).
The flowers inside of the watering can are dogwood flowers from one of the trees in our yard. I found this “Great is thy Faithfulness” print from Lindsay letters. It is one of my favorite hymns and the quote is such a good reminder to me when I am starting my day with very large cup of coffee :).
The peonies are just starting to bloom here in Pa so I had to bring some in to decorate our mantel with.
Peonies are definitely one of my favorite flowers. Their sweet citrusy smell and delicate beauty is like no other.
I have tried to plant many different peony varieties all throughout our yard so I can bring lots of fresh flowers inside to decorate with.
I placed the peony flowers inside a vintage blue ball jar with some blue ornamental grass flowers.
Ball jars are definitely one of my favorite decorating tools.
As an avid canner I always have a few extras to decorate with :).
I added a simple white votive candle with some sand inside of another ball jar. In the summertime, I have ball jar candles and lanterns all over to light up our farmhouse at night.
I hope this post gave you some simple decorating ideas for your summer mantel. Thanks for stopping by to see how I decorated the summer mantel for our farmhouse! Don’t forget to stop by to see my friend’s summer mantels below.
Don’t forget to pin my Summer Mantel Décor to Pinterest!
Decorate Your Mantel – Summer Series
Thanks so much to Amy from My Life from Home for bringing us together!
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