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I am sharing my Spring mantel decor displaying a large floral art, my dear friends.

Spring has arrived in Richmond, Virginia, in the last few days at least, and I could not love it more.


When you feel the first touch of that beautiful and soft 70 degrees on your skin, it is special every year. This season we did not get one single inch of the snow, and I am ok with it. I LOVE snow, and I am always hoping for just a few snowy days each winter season, but as I said, we skipped snow totally in the 2019-2020 winter season.

And here I am started decorating for spring already.

Have you seen my fun take on this year’s spring wreath? If not, be sure to check it out to get inspired.:-)

Spring Mantel Decor

When I thought about what I wanted to do for my mantel for the warmer months, I could only think of flowers. Last year I made an amazing floral arrangement, see it HERE, and I decided to stick with florals this season too. But a different version of florals.

I have been doing watercolor/acrylic painting for quite some time now, but I don’t do it enough. I wish I could have more time to sit down to paint. Since the beginning of the year, I try hard to keep my paintings on track, and I am pretty consistent, too. So that’s a good thing.:-)

I am a huge fan of vintage floral paintings, and while I could not make one real vintage-looking paining just yet, I painted a beautiful “spring feel” art piece for my mantel. I have not given up on the moody vintage painting, but for now, I just adore this large painting in my family room that I created this past weekend. I ran out to Goodwill to see if I can find a large vintage looking frame, and I was lucky enough to stumble upon this fantastic frame for $15. 🙂

To freshen up my built-in shelves, I removed my wooden logs from my built-in cupboards and made it a beautiful, organized, and fresh look for spring.

I dug out a large red vase from my garage, and I added some different textured and height vases to the mantel to balance out the large painting.

It’s really nothing extra, I guess but I love the overall look of the mantel. What do you think? Do you ever display a large wall art on your mantel?

Before you go, be sure to check out some other fantastic inspirations from my talented blogger friends. This fun blog hop hosted by Krista at The Happy Housie is full of spring mantel inspirations.

Today I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Spring Mantel (or vignettes) with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.

Simple Pink Spring Mantel Decor (with free printables) at The Happy Housie
How to Style Kitchen Shelves for Spring at Cassie Bustamante
Propagating Pothos as Simple Spring Mantel Decor at Grace in My Space
Spring Mantel Decor Trends at Hallstrom Home
Spring Bulb Centrepieces at Craftberry Bush

Early Spring Mantel at Finding Silver Pennies
How to Decorate Your Mantel for Spring at Modern Glam
Simple Spring Flower Mantel at Tatertots and Jello
A Traditional Spring Table Vignette at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Farmhouse Style Decor Idea for Spring at She Gave it a Go

Minimalist Spring Mantel Decor at Cherished Bliss
Neutral Spring Mantel at Two Twenty One
Serene Living Room and Mantel at House by Hoff
Seasonal Simplicity Spring Mantel at Willow Street Interiors
Butterfly Spring Mantel at Life is a Party

Spring Vignettes & a Hyacinth Printable at Deeply Southern Home
Free Spring Coffee Bar Printable at My Sweet Savannah
How to Decorate for Spring for Free at This Is Our Bliss
Easy Spring Decorating in the Living Room at Maison de Cinq
Spring Mantel with Large Floral Art at Place of My Taste

Neutral Spring Mantel at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Light and Neutral Spring Mantel at Life is Better at Home
Spring Mantel at Rooms FOR Rent

Thanks for checking in today,



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