The official start of fall is this Saturday, and while it still feels like summer outside I am more than ready for all things fall! I can’t wait for chilly autumn evenings, football games, pumpkin spice everything and of course all the fall decor. I teamed up with Oriental Trading to create simple modern farmhouse fall mantel decor that will transition all the way from Halloween to Thanksgiving.
I’ve shared with you before that my living room is my favorite spot in our home, and my fireplace mantel is my favorite place to decorate for each holiday and season. I love transforming this space into everything from a sweet and simple Modern Farmhouse Easter Mantel or a whimsical and bright North Pole Christmas Mantel.
This year I decided to create a pumpkins and pinecones farmhouse inspired fall mantel using products from Oriental Trading. I’m always pleasantly surprised with the huge selection and variety of home decor and craft products you can find on the OTC site. If you love crafting and changing up your seasonal decor than I guarantee you will love the selection at Oriental Trading.
I have discovered that I like the more neutral muted tones for my fall decor opposed to the traditional orange you typically find this time of year. I also love incorporating nature into my decor, because isn’t that what fall is really all about?! I created a simple pumpkins & pinecone fall wreath and incorporated cotton branches, white washed pumpkins and my signature color to create my simple modern farmhouse fall mantel decor.
Black and white buffalo check is super on trend this holiday season so I also decided to incorporate a few check pumpkins and tied it all together with a simple black and white Hello Fall printable sign that you can download on Fun365. Make sure you head over to Oriental Trading Fun365 for all the DIY tutorials and products used to create my Pumpkins & Pinecones Farmhouse Fall Mantel.
I love this time of year and look forward to lots of evenings snuggled up with a blanket, a fire and this pretty view!
Do you decorate your mantel for fall?