Using neutral colours with touches of green, I was able to decorate our fireplace for spring with a look that coordinates with our living room décor.
Let me show you the details.
A boxwood wreath, a bunny and a birdcage with white mini-lights were the basis for my spring mantel.
I've mentioned before that I always have white mini-lights on my mantel and incorporate them into the various seasonal décor.
Here, I wound them into a birdcage and added some ivy and two little birds.
On the left side of the mantel, sits a bronze-look bunny peeking out from some tulips and ivy.
Beside the bunny are two faux candles.
I just love these kind (Reallite) as they have a realistic looking flickering flame.
Some of the mini-lights were tucked in amongst the faux tulips.
A spring mantel isn't complete without a nod to the true meaning of Easter so I placed my framed "He is Risen" and a cross in the middle.
Can you see the little nest I attached to the middle of the boxwood wreath?
On the curtain rod under the mantel, I wrapped these curly dried reed-type strips. I think it adds a natural rustic look.
The hearth also got a few spring touches.
Some spring grasses in a brown vase.
The hearth lantern gets some Easter décor inside.
A little nest and faux eggs fill the base and a butterfly pin is attached to a pillar candle.
Thanks for visiting!
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Spring Mantels at Craftberry Bush
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper
Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Amaze Me Mondays at Dwellings
Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life
The Scoop at Stone Gable
Wow us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style
Swing into Spring at DIY by Design
Be Inspired at Common Ground
Inspiration Gallery at Craftberry Bush