Today I am sharing a fun and Bohemian Christmas mantel decorated for the holidays using neutral and nature colors, and lots of pretty textures.
I love Christmas and this time of the year. I am excited to be part of this wonderful blog hop with many amazing bloggers. Carrie from Lovely etc is hosting a Christmas blog hop each year, and it’s so fun as we get to see lots of inspiration for holiday decor.
Today I won’t be touring my entire home but I will show you how I decorated
my Christmas mantel this year in a Bohemian style.
This past spring we remodeled our living room and it looks a LOT different than it had looked before. Our ugly brown stone fireplace was painted and we added some beautiful built-ins around the fireplace which, of course, makes my decor approach different as well. As always, I use lots of texture, layers in every inch of my home. This year I collaborated with AllModern and picked some wonderful pieces for my Christmas mantel. I instantly fell in love with the large wooden wreath which actually lights up. I added a boxwood wreath on the top and it created the perfect textured look that I was looking for.
As always, I use lots of texture, layers in every inch of my home. This year I collaborated with AllModern and picked some wonderful pieces for my Christmas mantel. I instantly fell in love with the large wooden wreath which actually lights up. On the top, I added a boxwood wreath, and it created the perfect textured look that I was looking for.
I normally like to add an odd number of objects onto my mantel (SEE MY MANTEL DECOR TIPS HERE), but this time I went with the symmetrical look for my holiday mantel decor.
I created that cute and funky beaded garland (post coming soon on the how to). I also hung a tree slice garland for even more layers. 🙂
And see my skull?
I love how unexpected it is there!
And now the fun part! We are giving away $600 TO one lucky winner!
Be sure to enter for your chance to win!!
Before you leave, be sure to visit all the other participants and get inspired by their talent. So much to see!