Best Christmas Mantel Decor Ideas
1. Reindeers and Wreath Christmas Mantel Decor
A paper mache deer head from Hobby Lobby is the focal point of this mantel decoration that looks oh so lavish for how easy it is to put together. The deer is glittered and hooked onto a wooden pallet board, placing a luscious wreath loaded with ribbon bows, pinecones and berry branches around. Bead garlands and candles do the rest of the task.
DIY Details : themagicbrushinc
2. Sport your Festive Message with Chalkboards
If you’re inclined towards a more subtle side of decor, you are going to adore that large chalkboard flaunting a ‘Merry Christmas‘ word art with true splendour. Small galvanized buckets and glass jars accompany the board on the mantel, while cute stockings hang down, having a little chalkboard calender sit at the bottom.
DIY Details : instagram
3. Christmas Mantel Decor : Let it Snow
No time of the year looks so gorgeous with snow all around as the Christmas season, and that’s why your mantel speaking ‘Let it Snow’ is going to be the most apt and appropriate decor for Xmas. The three canvases have got glitter snowflakes, coupled up with red and white stockings, glorious white candles on wood slices, lots of greenery and mini trees.
DIY Details : inmyownstyle
4. Faux Fireplace Mantle with Hidden Storage Cabinets
This faux fireplace reveals a surprising storage at the back when it’s slided to the right. And even more surprising is it’s decor marked with huge wood slices, cut-branches, and tree bark pieces sitting inside the fireplace, while pine tree garlands line the mantel gracefully. Sparkling, silver Christmas trees and golden reindeer installations look extraordinary.
DIY Details : ana-white
5. Green and Glow
A mix of natural greenery and bright candle glow keeps this mantel display engaging and visually very interesting. By placing a whole bundle of candle stands on the mantel alongside rustic green garlands on the edge, you maintain the right balance between glam and earthy. If you want to go a little extra mile, stack lots of wood logs on the sides of the mantel.
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6. Install Luscious Wreaths and Lights
Take a brick-wall rustic mantel to new heights of elegance by allowing lots of string lights to work up their magic. Hang bright white stockings to the mantel, placing a thick leafy garland on the edge, installing lovely glass jar candles on top. A mirror kept on the mantel is charmed with a huge green wreath decorated with lights and festive cards.
DIY Details : mecraftsman
7. Winter Woodland Christmas Mantel Decor
The title suggests quite clearly that this Christmas mantel decor is going to be all about creative installations of wood, creating a scenic winter frame indoors. Truly effortless to pull off, the decor has got some fresh cut cedar, lots of candlesticks, and a faux deer mount going for chief elements. Hang wool stockings to let Santa shower some love!
DIY Details : maisondepax
8. Coastal Christmas Mantel Decor
Sporting ‘Merry Christmas’ with such amazing variations in each letter, that wood slat wall art would make one and all bust out their choice of Christmas carols the moment they enter the house. Taking things to the true wonder, an overdose of candles, jar candles and metal candlesticks on the mantel celebrate the decor with beautiful natural lights.
DIY Details : theletteredcottage
9. Whimsical Christmas Mantel
Undoubtedly, the most special part about this mantel is the cutest ever personalized long John stockings that feature the names of all the family members. On the top, there sits a little red car amidst a forest of trees that are decorated with string lights, while a huge pine tree cut-out stands out with charm. Install more faux Christmas trees in buckets at the bottom!
DIY Details : kellyelko
10. Cozy Christmas Mantel
Let the mantel wish Christmas with an adorable homemade sign that’s worked up with wooden boards. Once they are cut to fit the size of your mantel, you apply a grey stain, followed by coating the sign with white paint and sanding it all down for a lovely, distressed look. A stencil is used to trace the letters, adorning them with bright red paint.
DIY Details : thelilypadcottage