Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite times of the year. I love the colors, I love the food, I love the season, and I love to give it the full attention it deserves before Christmas blows in close behind and takes over.
Although most years my Christmas tree is up by Thanksgiving, I like to keep my mantel full of fall until after the holiday is over. Here are some of my favorite Thanksgiving mantel ideas this year.
This mantel is perfection from top to bottom. I love the symmetry up top, the falling leaves banner that lead to the elements below that pull the whole thing together.
This is a slightly more simplistic version than the first, but still incorporates beautiful colors and I love the simple berry garland.
If you prefer ultra-simple, this mantel only takes two candles, a vase, and some simple wooden letters. I love the chair and blankets to give a cozy addition.
If you have a large wall area above your mantel, go for big pieces like fence sections and old window panes, and shutters.
I love all the natural elements like cotton branches, vine wreaths, and burlap banners. This is a beautiful mantel that lasts all season long.
Relive the best of fall by decorating your mantel in oversized prints of years past. Halloween costumes, pumpkin patches, and family memories are the best way to enjoy the season.
This idea is perfect for tiny mantels, and everything comes to from the dollar store! Just a few glass votives, fall filler, and a little white paint are all you need.
I love the idea of a chalkboard on the mantel because it’s versatile and you can easily change it from season to season. The milk-white vase and pitcher collection make the bright autumn colors pop.
I love this fall garland incorporating fall leaves and book pages what a clever idea! Of course, the chalkboard and white pumpkins bring everything together.