Our Great Room Christmas mantel this year
is probably the most simplistic mantel that I have created.
I promised myself this year
that I am really going to downsize my Christmas decorations.
I did give many boxes of Christmas ornaments, florals and decorations
along with a couple of trees to Habitat last year.
However, I did keep these little trees!
I gathered the decorations that I knew I would definitely keep
and I started decorating from there.
Which included my crystal deer.
Birds are always a keeper.
Especially ones with sweet expressions.
I attached a few evergreen swags together to form a garland.
Added stockings and a snowflake ornament to embellish the stockings.
A wreath with a lacey burlap bow hangs high on the shutters.
Reticulated Ginger jars are filled with picks of artichokes and greenery.
I love using the thick faux evergreen swags throughout the house.
By connecting the swags together to form the garland, you get a much fuller result.
I have in the past been known to weave 2 garlands together
to get that fuller look.
Antique French Boot forms waiting on the hearth
to be warmed by the fire.
The tall slender candles seem to be a staple on the mantel.
They work well with the antique wood and iron shutters.
My 2015 Great Room Christmas Mantel.
The mantel definitely makes the room feel warm and cozy.
Today, I have presented my 2015 Great Room Mantel decorated for Christmas.
Please visit the other 8 fabulous bloggers
that are presenting theirs today too.
And come back this week to get a tremendous amount of
Christmas decor inspiration!
Monday – Mantels
Tuesday – Tablescapes
Wednesday – Wreaths
Thursday – Thrifty Crafts
Have a most fabulous day!!!
I am joining:
Between Naps on the Porch for Met Monday
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesday