You all loved the Halloween mantel styling post I shared a few weeks ago, so now that Christmas is on the brain…lets talk about Christmas mantel styling! For the last 5 years I did not have a “true” mantel. I loved adding tons of greenery to our stone fireplace in the last house, but now I have a little more options to add details to not 1, but 2 fireplace mantels in our house. I needed a little inspiration myself, so I thought lets get some Inso stirring for your Christmas Mantel this year. Please save and pin!
Top 10 Christmas Mantels:
One of my favorite ways to style a Christmas garland is by adding some real fruits. It brings that true European style and Victorian flare to a garland.
If you don’t have a TV above your mantel…this would be amazing to add some petite vintage vessels and cypress trees. I adore this look so much!
I love the idea of using faux and real greenery, I always buy additional stems to add to my greens to really build of the texture and layers. This with the deer head and wreath is the perfect wintery look.
Another Christmas fav is all that green and some pops of oranges. One of my favorite added greens to my garland is seeded euclayptus
I adore the simplicity of this next mantel, just some simple faux greens, red ribbon, knit stockings, and silver balls. its classic mixed with some vintage
This is the way to add some reds! I love the idea of dried red florals…such a phenomenal garland and mantel.
Hydrangeas, berries, greens, and candles….add stunning as it gets! source
I love the winter details with dried hydrangeas, antlers, and garland around the portrait. Source
Another layered favorite! Keeping it more floral and earthy…this is a fabulous garland. source
And I had to bring it back to our Christmas from 2 years ago. I just loved this one so much and it was featured in both Country Home Magazine last year and current issue of Better Homes and Gardens Christmas. source