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Changing up your mantel is a great way to add seasonal decorations to your home. In this post, we’ll look at 10 methods for designing a spring mantel.
Adding decorative spring accents to your existing decor does not have to be a chore. An easy way to do this is to layer a simple wreath over your existing centerpiece. Whether it’s an oversized clock like in the example below or a big painting; a wreath will help bring it into the current season.
Green, White, and Wood
You don’t have to have Easter bunnies or colorful florals to create a beautiful spring mantel. Sticking to a green, white, and wood color palette is always a good move.
Another spring mantel decor option is an Easter-themed scene. A colorful Easter egg wreath, a few bunnies, and some light floral stems like in the example below from AdventuresinDecorating.com is always a win.
The addition of the “spring” pendant banner makes this arrangement a versatile one as well.
Once Easter has passed, you could simply remove the bunnies, swap the current wreath for a boxwood wreath, and you’re set until summer.
Buffalo Check & Bunnies
Another Easter-themed mantel idea is this one from simply2moms.com. If you’re looking to make a statement with your decor, this is it. However, if you’re just starting out in your home decorating journey, this may be too advanced.
French Country Whimsy
I really love this simple whimsical mantel. The repurposed window frame with the grapevine wreath layered on top is a great idea.
Roses & Candleholders
If your style is a little more glam, silver candleholders and pink roses on a mantel are a lovely choice for spring. This mantel from RandiGarrettDesign.com was actually set up for winter, but I think it works perfectly for spring as well.
The return of green leaves on trees and bushes is a sign that spring has arrived. Creating a foliage-themed mantel like the one here from StoneGableBlog.com is a really cool idea.
Another thing I really like about this design is the double wall art installation instead of a singular piece. It’s a refreshing change of pace and helps balance the other decor really well.
Fireplace Optional Mantel
No fireplace? No problem. Awonderfulthought.com shows us that a fireplace is totally optional. This mantel design features a lovely tulip wreath, block letters, and is framed out with some silhouette figures.
The whole thing looks great above a love seat.
Pink and Aqua
Pink and aqua is a great color combo for the springtime. This mantel features oversized colored glass vases and a variety of pink florals and green ferns. The white fireplace and the white photo mat around the watercolor landscape really make the colors pop.
Last but not least, a topiary glam look is perfect for spring. Silver candleholders and other silver decorative accents create a great base for greenery. This is also a great way to repurpose items that you may have featured in your Christmas decor.
That’s it for this post. I hope you found a little spring mantel inspiration. For more from Dianne Decor join the mailing list to have new post notifications sent directly to your inbox.
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