Christmas Mantel Decorating Ideas
Days before the final day of Christmas, the arrival of Christmas decorations in the market and in people’s homes heralds the beginning of the holiday season. Adorning homes with ornaments is an old tradition on festive occasion on the festive occasion of Christmas. Items used to decorate homes can range from inexpensive homemade or personalized objects which give a better and more delicate touch to the holiday season, to items available in the market.
Christmas Decorations by Christmas Wow
A pair of 10th-century Danish chairs flank the living room’s fireplace and mantel, which is decorated with sprays of boxwood, plenty of pine cones, and flowers in all-white to match the brown-and-green Christmas stockings. The effect is charming and casual.
Cottage Christmas by My Home Designs
The Living Room Mantle was put together using faux and fresh greens & our favorite Ballard Stockings.
MiXin’ uP the ManTeL Via The Fickle Pickle
Romancing The Reindeer via Penny’s Vintage Home
Via Rate My Space
Christmas in Woodlands Fireplace Mantel by Happy To Design
Holiday Mantel by Vintage Pretty
A change of accents is all it takes to go from fall to winter. A few special tips: Asymmetry is always more eye-catching than a perfectly balanced arrangement. Create extra height by hanging a wreath or mirror (or a wreath on a mirror) on the wall behind the mantel. And choose items of varying heights to keep things interesting. Finally, protect your mantel’s surface with stocking hangers.
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Adding just a few seasonal tweaks to your existing year-round display is the simplest, and sometimes most effective, way to spice up your mantel for the holidays. If you’re crazy about the look of your mantel, keep everything exactly where it is and just add a bit of greenery and a touch or two of glitz.
Create a Mantel Masterpiece This Holiday Season by Style At Home
My Holiday House by The Shabby Nest
In addition to gardening, Chip has since discovered other ways to relax and enjoy life as a landowner. A floral and interior designer by trade, he believes that the key to a beautiful holiday home is using fresh elements, so during the winter months he takes long walks in search of foliage to incorporate into his décor. To complement the traditional style of his home, he looks for classic greenery such as pine and cedar and seeks fresh berries that will continue his holiday colors of classic red and green. This year he also added the occasional blue accent to keep things interesting. “It’s a very popular color right now,” he says.
Holiday Homecoming Via At Home In Arkansas
The Stockings Were Hung Via Show & Tell
Merry and Light Via At Home In Arkansas
Paula’s Winter Wonderland Via 52 Flea
Hand-knit stockings hang from a festive sign posted on a old pine Texas ranch mantel decorated on top with vintage books and country accessories.
Christmas Mantels Via Attic Mag
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“Each ornament is individually wired, twisted and secured to the garland. You can imagine what a timely, tedious process this is. Not to mention, they are glass balls so you have to be extra gentle handling them. I’m estimating there are over 500 total ornaments.“
All Dolled Up For The Holidays by Desire to Inspire
These custom-made Irish stockings blend in nicely with the rest of the room’s earthy color palette, ranging from dark green and chocolate brown to antique gold and warm ivory. Bundled tulips and swags of evergreen garlands complete the festive look.
Christmas in Killarney by Southern Accents
Holiday Mantel Ideas with Bryn of Bryn Alexandra Via The Home Depot
Christmas Open House Via Heart and Home