Decorating your mantle for Fall doesn’t have to be hard. Here’s a simple rule I follow.
- Keep left and right side balanced
- Mix colors and texture
- Play with height
This year I decided to keep it neutral and light so the decor can transition easily into Thanksgiving. I love the way it turned out, especially the dried florals including the pampas grass!
How To Decorate Your Mantle For Fall
I like to stick with neutral colors for a few different reasons. I don’t have the time to re-decorate for each holiday, so I like to create a space that I can keep the same for a few months at a time. It also saves a lot of money to choose decor that transitions into different holidays. I used rose gold spray paint to create the look I wanted for the wreath.
White pumpkins are such a fun way to brighten up an autumn themed space.
There’s something so inviting and cozy about the browns, whites, and greens of Fall. I love how this dried eucalyptus looks next to the white pumpkins.
You can shop my mantle items below. What is your favorite way to decorate your mantle for Fall? For more Fall home decor inspiration, head to this post!