Simple Fall Mantel Decor

Simple Fall Mantel Decor

By CityGirlmeetsFarmBoy

Welcome to our Fall Festival Blog Hop, where 25 talented bloggers are sharing their tips and tricks for this wonderful season of Fall. Each day of the week will feature new themes and inspiration!

  • Monday – Fall Mantels
  • Tuesday – Fall Tablescapes
  • Wednesday – Fall Recipes
  • Thursday – Fall Vignettes
  • Friday – Fall Porches

If you are joining me from Follow The Yellow Brick Home Blog, welcome – I am so glad you are here! Make sure to continue on through Mondays hop with Joy In Our Home Blog. She is also our Blog Hop coordinating host and we are so grateful to her!

I like to change up my mantel with each season. I made these shutters very versatile (you can see that blog post here) as well as my interchangeable family portrait (make one here!).

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I removed my portrait and added a beautiful fall sign made by my girlfriend Jaesie from Craft Me Up Decor out of Saint George Utah – she is so talented! This one is the 36 by 24 inch sign found here.

For a simple look I added two faux flower bouquets that I made last year. After I stared at it for a day I decided to add a bit more flair to this space.

Let me walk you through my process:

Step One: Add Fall Sign

Step Two – Add Wheat Stalks

I love these wheat stalks from Floral Treasure that can be found here.  She grows, dries, and arranges the flowers – they are real and smell so delightful!

Step Three – Add Fabric

I love the look of fabric as a base for my decor. These Buffalo Check Napkins from Returning Grace that you can find here are the cutest!

Step Four – Wood for Height

I cut some round wood coasters from an old tree to add height to my main pieces.

Step Five – Main Focus Pieces

These are bold pieces that attract a lot of attention. You could pick anything you want. I added a turkey, scarecrow and lantern filled with tiny pumpkins from Walmart.

Step Six – Filler

I finished my mantel with pumpkins, faux grass fillers and leaves. These were items I had from previous year and I recycled them.

Here are some up close and personal photos of the decor I added for the mantel. As you scroll I hope you get some ideas of ways you can spice up your mantel this season!

Thank you for stopping by and hope you enjoy your Fall season!

Love,

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http://www.joyinourhome.com/our-fall-fireplace-and-mantle/

 

 

Mantles on Monday

Joy In Our Home | County Road 407 | Poofing the Pillows |

Follow The Yellow Brick Home | citygirlmeetsfarmboy

Tablescapes on Tuesday

The Latina Next Door | My Creative Days | Elizabeth Joan Designs |

The Crowned Goat | Farmhouse Flare Designs

Recipes on WednesdayCherished Bliss | Countryside Cravings | Love In My Oven |

Chocolate with Grace | Making It In The Mountains

Vignettes on Thursday 

anderson + grant | DIY Beautify | Timeless Creations |

The Painted Hinge | Rain & Pine

Front Porches on FridayLantern Lane Designs | Little Brags | Chatfield Court

Camelot Art Creations | R and R at Home

35 thoughts on “Simple Fall Mantel Decor

  1. Cute fall decor! I love the turkey and pumpkin sign your hearth. Can you please tell me where you found them? Beautiful room! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Hi Kelly, wow your mantle is so gorgeous. The wheat stalks are such a great idea and just the right size. I love anything real over all the face stuff. Your shutters on the mantle are such a wonderful touch as well. You should come out to WA and do my fireplace now pretty please???? Christine from Little Brags

  3. Your mantle is perfect, friend! I love the This Is Us and the fall quote… perfect anchors to all your other beautiful decor! Thanks so much for joining me this week, friend!

  4. This is so fantastic! I love all the layers of different textures you’ve created on the mantel. Those big bundles of wheat are amazing. Love your farmhouse style and how you’re celebrating Fall! Hugs, CoCo

  5. Kelly, I love how you layered your decor on your fireplace mantel and shared the step by step process on how you did it! I love that you used fall colors but kept them on the neutral/muted side – it really gives it the feel of fall without being loud or overbearing. So happy to be on this hop with you!

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