This year's Christmas mantel is similar to last year's with a couple of additions.
I wanted to give it even more of a woodland vibe.
I added a wreath over the round mirror that's always over the mantel.
A trio of metallic acorns hangs over the mirrored center.
Four of these bronze coloured reindeer add to the woodland feel.
None of these lights are in a pre-lit form. I just wound ordinary strings of mini-lights through the garland and the wreath strategically hiding the wires and cords.
I'm still liking how Mr. Delight attached a curtain rod to the underside of the mantel.
Works great for the stockings!
The full view of mantel and fireplace
The lights make the room so cozy in the evening.
The woodland feel of the mantel coordinates well with the Christmas tree.
Click here to see more of the tree.
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So warm and beautiful! I love your color scheme also and I love the idea of using the curtain rod to hang your stockings.ReplyDelete
Very pretty! It seems very cozy, too!ReplyDelete
Oh, it looks sooo pretty! I love the clever touches to hang the stockings and cover the wires, genius!ReplyDelete
Have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
Your mantel looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing this at the Say G'Day link up. I am pinning this to the Say G'Day Saturday board right now.ReplyDelete
Natasha in Oz
I love it! So warm with great decorator style!ReplyDelete
I really like the curtain rod approach to hanging stockings. Stylish, understated, very practical, and probably not to difficult to install. I think this would solve our problem. Every year I load the mantel with scads of greenery that "drips" down over the side. It's impossible to put a stocking holder up there with all of that going on. I think the curtain rod is the answer!!!
Happy Start of the Christmas Season!!!
Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing at my Creative Ways Link Party!ReplyDelete