Looking for Christmas mantle styling ideas? I’m here to help you. I’ve styled 1 Christmas mantle 3 different ways using similar Christmas home decor elements. You can easily recreate the look at your home too. Which mantle do you like best?
To get the look for Mantle #1 DIY Garland I bought 3 different greenery stems, all three were under $15 from Michaels. Using wire cutters I cut off various branches from the stems. To accent the Stopwatch mirror I added greenery on the left hand side with mini clear hair clips. On the mantle itself I simply laid the remaining branches to create the look of a garland. This Christmas bell garland added a simple pop of brass.
To get the look for Mantle #2 Minimalist I bought varying heights and finishes of both these sweet little galvanized & ceramic houses and flocked bottle brush trees. All 5 items purchased are EACH under $10…SCORE! I really wanted these ceramic houses in black too so I’m going to attempt to paint a few this week (stay tuned). This year I’m loving pops of black for Christmas. Get your moneys worth from these tapered candle holders and pull them out again for Halloween. Create height by using books you have around your home to stack the houses on. If you want to create your own little winter wonderland add white snow blanket and fauxsnow.
To get the look for Mantle #3 Eucalyptus garland I snagged the most realistic faux pine / eucalyptus garland I could find. I swapped out the 3 foot flocked christmas tree in the galvanized decorative bucket for birch poles. Adding these 4 piece hanging bell set (Under $16.00 ) adds interest and could also be added to a wreath.
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