An easy idea for coastal fall mantel decor – mix white pumpkins, wood tones and colored glass for a beachy fall mantel look.
I have a confession: I’m keeping the fall decorating pretty simple this year.
The living room isn’t even done yet – you can see the coastal rustic design plan for the room – but I’m diving into a fall just a bit with our coastal fall mantel.
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And can we talk about that gorgeous gray wood mirror!? Kalen surprised me with it, and I looooove it.
My friend Amy from My Life at Home is hosting a fall mantel hop today – you can see all of the other fall mantel decorating ideas linked below.
Between the topiaries, driftwood and the aqua glass bottles, this coastal fall mantel seems like the perfect way to keep a bit of summer around until fall temperatures really set in.
Fall is my favorite season, and I’m so ready for it (and cooler temps!).
I love those little off-white pumpkins that almost take on a green hue when put next to that big green pumpkin.
And can we talk about this cute little dog? We found it a local home decor shop, and had to buy it. It reminded us too much of Oakley.
I’d been looking for moss balls for the bread bowl, but now that fall is here, pumpkins can fill in till I find some. Perfect timing!
GET THE LOOK:
Since a popular question I get is “Where’d you get that?!,” here are links to the same or similar sources:
- Wall color: Agreeable Gray by Sherwin Williams
- Bread bowl from a local decor shop, similar here
- Metal basket
- White pumpkins here, here or here
- Gold fireplace screen from At Home (don’t see it online anymore), similar here
- Silver lamps
- White + blue vase
- Blue glass vases from Marshall’s and a flea market, similar here or here
- White DIY faux concrete vase
- Driftwood piece from Marshall’s, similar here
- White curtains
How are you decorating your mantel for fall this year?
Remember to check out the other ladies’ mantels for more fall mantel decorating inspiration, too!
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