Easy Fall Mantle Decor Ideas You Can Create Today
The mantle is a great place to decorate for fall. Here are some easy fall mantle decor ideas you can use to change it up this season!
Don’t get me wrong. I’m totally hanging on to every last day of summer, but we all know what’s next! Fall will be here before we know it and I must say, as much as I love summer, the racetrack, visiting the horses, and icy margaritas, I also love the crisp fall air and the colors of autumn.
Summer to Autumn Decorating Inspiration
First, I would like to thank you Kristy @kristymastrandonas for hosting today’s summer to fall decor blog hop. Sit back and relax because you’re about to find a boat load of beautiful inspiration here.
Next if you are coming over from my friend Wendy @wmdesignhouse welcome! Isn’t Wendy so creative! Each week she continues to amaze me with her wonderful ideas!
Fall is My Favorite Season
Without a doubt, fall is an amazing time of year. All the leaves start to change color, the weather is cooling down, and the holidays are just around the corner.
One of my favorite ways to get ready for fall is by decorating my home with all sorts of autumnal goodies. If you’re looking for some easy fall mantle decor ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’m going to show you how to create a simple and festive mantel in just a few minutes using items that you probably already have around your house. Let’s get started!
What do you put on a mantle in the fall?
There are many easy ways to decorate your fall mantle. You can use pumpkins, leaves, or other Fall objects to create a beautiful display. Below are a few ideas to get you started:
– Use a pumpkin as a vase for flowers or Fall branches.
– Fill a bowl with apples or other Fall fruits.
– Tie a wreath or garland on the mantel.
– Place Fall candles on the mantel.
– Arrange Fall leaves in a vase or jar.
3 Easy Steps to Create a Beautiful Fall Mantel
First, I started by pulling out all of the dried hydrangeas from last year. I wanted to bring the pinkish and green color in from the painting over our fireplace. At some point, I’ll change out this painting for another, but until I do, I thought the colors in this painting could easily transition over to fall.
Up next, I layered my dried hydrangeas along the top of my mantel, followed by adding a pretty berry garland.
Finally, with a few old books, a medium-sized candelabra, and my lush stuffed pheasant, my mantle was complete. That’s it! Easy as pie!
More Ideas for Mantle Decorating
1. Add a festive banner.
2. Drape some autumn-themed garland.
3. String up some colorful lights.
4. Display a pumpkin or two.
5. Lay some straw bales around the mantle.
6. Hang some scarecrows or other fall decorations.
7. Throw pillows in autumn colors are always a great addition.
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The artwork is so pretty with the hydrangeas! Love it
Thank you Kylie! The artwork I thought could transition from my summer mantle into fall. I’ll be switching it out at some point soon. always changing things lol
Susan, your fall mantel is stunning. Of course, those hydrangeas are my favorite! You sure styled them so well with all of your beautiful treasures.
Thank you Wendy! I’ll be drying more this year as well! Happy Sunday!
Your mantel is absolutely gorgeous!!! Love how you used foliage and earthy items for this season❤️❤️
Very kind of you Rose! It’s such a fun time of year to decorate!
Susan, your Fall fireplace mantel is absolutely gorgeous! You’ve styled everything so perfectly!
Thank you Kristy! It was fun to come up with an idea with things I already had available! 🙂
Susan, your mantle is STUNNING! I love the hydrangeas, but have to say your lush pheasant is my favorite! So enjoyed hopping with you!
Thank you so much Tracy! I found him this past summer after searching for some time! He’s a beauty for sure!
Such a beautiful way to decorate the mantel for fall. I love all your hydrangeas. They’re amazing! Hugs, CoCo
thank you CoCo! I love using them, they are so beautiful fresh or dried! 🙂 Susan