Looking for some fall mantel decorating ideas? This romantic fall mantel combines greenery, heirloom pumpkins, rich florals and coppery elements to create a gorgeous display!
Fall is my absolute favorite time of the year, so I’m always anxious to start collecting pumpkins, putting out cozy blankets, and having my first Pumpkin Spice Latté of the season! Of course, it’s still hot here in California, but we’ll just pretend that there’s a chill in the air already while burning my favorite pumpkin candle! 😉
I’ve had a certain color scheme in mind for my fall decor this year, and it involved being able to find the pinky-orange pumpkins that I saw last year. I wanted to do something a little more colorful than my previous neutral fall mantel, but nothing too strong. I generally steer away from the bright oranges and dark rusts, but lately I’ve been loving a softer version of that palette. All those warm and cozy autumn colors, but just a bit more faded.
Think soft coral, faded gold, and lots of green, with accents of brass and copper. That’s what I had in mind when I created my romantic fall mantel in shades of copper…..
Of course, I have to have my favorite white baby boos! What would fall be without these?!
Though if you can’t find real ones yet, I’ve found some faux baby boos that are so realistic! And I love that you can use them year after year. I got some for using during any year that I can’t find the real ones.
I mixed them with lots of eucalyptus, as well as one of these fabulous pink/orange pumpkins! I’m in love with this color!
After having several seasons of a more neutral fall palette, it’s actually a really nice change to have some color in here! I’m enjoying the warmth these colors add to the room, and it’s making me definitely want some cooler weather now!
My vintage French urn holds more eucalyptus and is joined by some adorable copper votives. As soon as I saw these, I knew they would be part of my fall decor this year! (Sadly, these are discontinued but I’ve found some cute similar ones below).
And I actually mixed faux and fresh flowers in this mantel for the first time ever! I think the trick to using some faux is to mix some real in with them. It gives the whole thing a more authentic look! 😉
As pretty as the mantel turned out, I can honestly say it was also super easy!
- Pick an urn or other vase to anchor either side of the mantel (large candleholders would work well, too).
- Center some pumpkins loosely in the center (I used one large and 7 small).
- Add more white pumpkins and small copper votives in between the center and the ends.
- Finish by tucking in both faux and fresh florals and eucalyptus to fill in the gaps. And that’s it!
If you want to see some of my previous tours, you can click on the “Fall Tours” button above to see some past fall inspiration. And to see last year’s neutral (and very different!) fall mantel, click here.
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