For a little bit the temperatures dropped here in Utah, but we are back up to full blown summer heat. That’s ok though, the kids are in school so my internal clock still says Fall! Today I’m teaming up some lovely bloggers, hosted my my sweet friend Taryn Whiteaker, to share our Fall Mantels with you (You can find the links to the rest at the bottom of the post)! Since it’s still kind of early I wanted to create this Simple Early Fall Mantel that I’m sure will slowly change as we get closer to Thanksgiving! : )
My inspiration for this mantel started with these beautiful candlesticks I came across at Hobby Lobby! I adore how tall and thin they are. I’m sure they will eventually make appearances throughout our home!
The candlesticks also help fill that awkward space we have between our media console and the TV. I was supposed to build something to go here a long time ago, and it still hasn’t happened… ooops!
And of course I had to use books in my decor! I wish I had an actual reason for this, but to be perfectly honest with you the reason is because I already have them… and I haven’t figured out what else to use to fill the space. ; )
Simple Early Fall Mantel
Shop this Space:
- Black Candlestick Holders – Hobby Lobby
- Pear – Birch Lane
- Large Wooden Sign – DIY Tutorial
- Metal Crates – Homegoods
Be sure to check out the other Fall Mantels in the Tour today! Each and every one of then are absolutely gorgeous and full of inspiration!!
Taryn Whiteaker Designs | Cherished Bliss | Sincerely Marie Designs | Making Home Base | Town & Country Living Design Dazzle | The Happy Housie | A Pretty Life |House By Hoff | Maison De Pax
To see more of my fall Projects and Home Tours
Jennifer @ Town and Country Living says
Those candlesticks are way cool, and I’m a fan of old books. But what I really love is that pear! Where did you find it?
I love the way you integrate books into your decor!! Such a great mix of neutral textures!!
I use books in so many ways. They are easily stacked to elevate another object to better notice. They lend support to more delicate items. Books can be recovered in a new jacket to better compliment their surroundings. Sometimes the artwork of a books’ cover can steal the show in a tabletop setting. And that is just the outside of a books versatile characteristics! Inside there is so much more! Paired with candles, it’s a natural fit. For a good threesome add wine glasses and a nice carafe or decanter. (I use my cracked decanter as a vase if it doesn’t need a lot of water to keep the cuttings alive).
Norma Rolader says
Awesome decor and love the way you have used textures God bless
Oh my, I’ve just fail in love. I love your fall mantel decor. Niceeee!
How do I find out information about the Sign above the TV?
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