10 Ingenious Ways To Style Your Fireplace Mantel

Things are about to get lit.

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If you have a fireplace, it naturally becomes the focal point of your room. It's even more so when Labor Day ends, and you're ready for all the cozy vibes that come with fall. Even if you don't live somewhere where you'd actually light your fireplace, you still want to curl up around it, so make sure it looks inviting. If you need some inspo, here are some awesome ways to decorate your mantel.

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Sweet Succulents

If you can't keep plants alive to save your life, succulents are the easy way to add greenery to your mantel. Glam them up with gold accents and sleek, modern vases.

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Home On The Range

Antlers were made to be hung over a reclaimed wood mantel. It's an instant dose of rustic chic.

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Get Lit

It's classic, but it works every time—frame your mantel with candles on each end. If you want to really add character, opt for candelabras.

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Mirror, Mirror

Hang a mirror above your mantel—it'll add some polish to your room, or help the space feel larger if you're working with a small room.

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The Bold & The Beautiful

A bold paint color, like blue, makes a good foundation for you to go totally eclectic with your mantel. Add plants, vases in varying colors, and modern statement art.

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Less Is More

Go for a minimalist approach by sticking to one or two vases/candles. This mantel skipped adding fresh flowers to the vase for an even more pared-down feel.

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Picture This

Layer artwork for a more laidback, undone feel. Hang one print on the wall to anchor the space, then lay different size frames up against it.

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Au Naturel

A busy mantel looks like chaotic when you decorate in soothing tones, like sky blue and earthy greens.

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Boho Beautiful

Your boho dreams have just come true—we're giving you an excuse to decorate with feathers. This room laid them on a tray, but you could also put them in a vase.

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Your front door isn't the only place deserving of a wreath. Select an unusual one to place above an elegant fireplace to act as a focal point in your living room.
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Hung Up

There's more to wreaths than beautifying your front door. Skip the greenery above your mantel and hang up a geometric, modern design for a fresher take on the trend.

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