Farmhouse Spring Mantel

Spring is in the air around here, the Bradford pear trees in the neighborhood are about to burst into full bloom. The tulips we planted last year are poking through the soil to show off their dazzling colors. With all the stunning blooms outside we wanted to create a gorgeous farmhouse spring mantel that brought those same textures and colors into our living room.
 
Decorating with live flowers is such a fun challenge, they have so much more color and fullness to them and just make the space feel so much cozier. We did a beautiful Mother’s day tablescape last year using fresh hydrangeas, and it came out lovely!
 
 
 
 
 
Spring Mantel Decor

For this look, we placed galvanized buckets filled with light pink miniature roses on either side of the fireplace. I hung this sweet welcome to our nest sign we picked up on sale at Hobby Lobby from the center of the mantel. I really love the feel it gives this space.

I strung our egg garland across the length of the mantel [Check out our tutorial to make your own]. In the center of the mantel, we sat this gorgeous framed porch shot.

 

To this side of the mantel, we placed crocks filled with gorgeous live flowers and a crown of thorns. It’s getting close to Easter so I wanted to incorporate that into our decorating.

 

 

On this end, I filled a galvanized bucket with reindeer moss and hot pink hydrangeas. I also added a piece of garden art from our yard with a piece of greenery wrapped around it. On the inside, I placed a crystal cross and sweet little nest to keep with that spring look we’ve been going with around the house.

 

beautiful easter mantel

 
 
 

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