Decorating your mantel for Thanksgiving isn’t as hard as it sounds. It’s pretty much the same as decorating it for fall but few additions are more than welcome. Let’s take a look how to pull it off with style.
Colors And Styles
Choose a color scheme and a style for your mantel to avoid tasteless looks. The most popualr styles are rustic, farmhouse, modern, vintage and minimalist but of course you may choose what attracts you. As for colors, neutrals are totally on top but you may rock bright shades, dark and moody tones or jewel tones to give your mantel and super bold fall look.
Pumpkins, greenery, blooms, gourds, wheat, pinecones, acorns, leaves are traditional fall decor elements, you may choose them faux or natural. Lights and candles in candleholders or candle lanterns will highlight your decor. Artworks and signs are also welcome and you may substitute them with some family photos, too, “Thanks” letters, and some other things would be great additions to gives of nature, candles, and other things you already have on your mantel. You may use moss balls, potted plants, mirrors, wreaths and much other stuff – anything rustic and fall-like that comes to your mind. Hang some garlands, banners and buntings that you can easily DIY or add some pretty figurines – it’s perfect for a vintage mantel. Here are some ideas inspired by real homes of real people. Enjoy!