Festive Christmas Mantel Ideas
Are you ready to deck the halls with boughs of holly? How about decorating your Christmas mantel? Here’s a few ideas to get you started with your holiday decor!
Farmhouse style is still riding the popularity wave and this holiday mantel is typical of all things farmhouse with whitewashed brick, rustic mantel and simple decorations.
If you’re a vintage kind of girl, you’ll enjoy this 1950s inspired Christmas mantel and white tree.
Scandinavian style Christmas decor often pairs an abundance of red with white – with the classic heart ornament.
Green and white is classic country style and it sure looks pretty with a few bits of gold thrown in for a hint of glam.
A neutral Christmas mantel features a holiday garland with wood slices beneath an over-sized wall clock.
What a beautiful shabby chic Christmas tree and ornament wreath. To create the illusion of fire, twinkle lights are suspended from the inside of the mantel while LED candles glow below.
My heart is always drawn to a stone fireplace and this holiday one is charming with its rustic skis and furry stockings.
Is it possible to have too much sparkle during the holidays? I don’t think so. This festive Christmas mantel looks like its waiting with anticipation for the New Year’s celebration.
A non-working fireplace looks cozy with stacks of wood inside. Red berries and fruit adorn the flocked garland and tree for a festive, natural look.
If you’re a traditionalist, you likely hang stockings on your mantel every year with a bit of greenery.
Do you have a favorite holiday mantel from today’s features?
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Beautiful and inspirational! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas! You are so blessed
My favorite is the non-working fireplace with the berries and fruit – and that’s my favorite tree also. I’m a simple holiday decorator – a nod to the holiday, but nothing glittery or over the top. I still hang my grandchildren’s stockings on my fireplace mantle even though they are nearly 30 years old and I no longer host at Christmas. They are hung for my pleasure alone and a necessary part of my Christmas decor.
Thank you, i had to go back and really look but, i think my favorite was the very first one, it was so calming and peaceful, that time you have after everything is done and you sit and think of what’s to come, Christmas morning or when the world was was waiting for The Christ child to be born.
Love the twinkle lights IN the fireplace.
We don’t burn an actual fire in our fireplace often here in Ocala so my brain is exploding with ideas!