I am usually not a symmetrical decorator, but this, I love. The weathered blue frame also puts a fresh spin on fall colors. I never thought of pairing the blue with greens and oranges, but this definitely works.
Here's another mantel that works with blue and orange. Again, the symmetry makes it simple and clean.
Speaking of texture, its is amazing how easily a ball of twine turns your every day goods into special treasures. This acorn-filled mason jar adds a touch of whimsy to the mantel.
I'm all about grouping and layers for fall. Of course natural elements are key for fall decor, and these apples are so fun.
Purple seems to pop up year after year in fall styles. This mantel mixes elements like leaves, brass, glass, and wood to create color and texture. I plan on using fresh cuttings from our yard this year.
This silhouette pumpkin is so unexpected and charming! Candle light is a perfect match for fall decor; I'm going to try mixing candle sizes and colors.
Here's another clean and simple mantel that incorporates fresh cuttings.
These mini pumpkins mixed with seashells and starfish make for a great coastal mantel. Here again we see the mixing of natural elements in an unexpected way.
Have you started preparing your mantel for fall? From topiaries and vases to candleholders and mirrors, Honeysuckle Quality Consignment has a host of items to give your fall mantel charm.