One of the blessings of living in the country and having an orchard means there is lots of inspiration when fall comes around with its dazzling array of colors. This also means we have a wide selection of natural decor options- before it gets canned anyway.
This is the second time I’ve redecorated our mantel this season- which may be a record even for us, our last look we went with really neutral colors like early fall when the pumpkins are just starting to ripen. You can check it out HERE. For this look, we went with some gorgeous warm reds, yellows, and browns that remind us of a county fall.
On one of the mantel, we placed an adorable red/burgundy barn serving tray, and on the other, we used this awesome metal mailbox we snagged from Decor Steals to balance it out and the mantel some weight.
We used this beautiful tarnished silver coffee pot filled with willow branches from one of our trees that fell this summer. On the other end, I used an old root beer or cider bottle (we save them to store Kombucha in).
We kept the galvanized banners from our last mantel look along with the chalkboard and cottage sign but added a row of tarnished silver candlesticks in front of it. I love how it draws in those warm brown colors we see so often in the orchard.
In front of the candlesticks we placed a row of alternating red and yellow apples, these ones are fresh but this look could totally be done with faux. It really gives the mantel that gorgeous fall glow.
As always thank you so much for visiting the blog to see what we’ve been up to! We hope this inspired you to get creative with your own mantel and as always have fun.
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