This romantic fall mantel made with blush and white colored pumpkins, eucalyptus, and brass accents is easy & elegant – and unexpected!
I don’t know about you, but I definitely never saw a pink pumpkin when I was a kid! In fact, I never even saw a white one until about 10 years ago. But I’m absolutely smitten with both! I just love all the heirloom and specialty pumpkins that are out now – and the fact that I don’t have to use orange just to decorate for fall makes my heart so happy! 🙂
Last year I added pink to my Christmas decor for the first time, and I really loved the result. So much so, that I wanted to decorate for fall this year in some of those same colors. Earlier I shared my fall kitchen where I used some white pumpkins with pink florals, and now I’m sharing a romantic fall mantel in shades of blush and brass.
This soft version of fall just speaks to how I want to decorate now. I’m a neutral loving girl, and these work so much better in my home than orange ever did!
This romantic fall mantel has all the warm and cozy colors of fall, but just a bit more faded. Lots of soft rose and blush, accented with greens, whites, and brass.
I love these pink pumpkins! How cute are they?! And they mix really well with the little white Caspers I got last week.
Some eucalyptus as well as a few other pink flowers and some blush berries fill out the mantel.
I love the way the brass candleholders look against the pinks and greens. These are a mix of vintage and Pottery Barn.
Now I just need some cooler weather so I can start baking actual pumpkin bread, rather than just burning my favorite pumpkin candle and running the A/C! 😉
And to see last year’s very different fall mantel, click here. Which do you prefer? This pink/blush version, or the more traditional colored one I did last year? I’d love to know!
Stay tuned later this week and next because I’ve got several more fall decorating posts coming up!
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And today I’ve been joined by some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their fall mantels and vignettes. I hope you’ll pop by and check out some of their fabulous posts below!
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