Everything is coming together for Fall and it makes me giddy! Now, if only that cooler weather would kick in, but it seems like it’s almost here. Today, I wanted to share with you my Fall Mantel. I’ll be sharing more of my home next week, but just wanted to give y’all a little sneak peek. I have said it before and I will say it again, this house has a lot of mantels…four to be exact. And while I am so lucky to be in this amazing Victorian home, it can be a little difficult decorating all of them.
I wanted to change up my decor for my Fall mantel, but I also wanted to do it on a budget. I have had these vintage purple bottles since my wedding 2 years ago and if you can believe it, I have not utilized them in my home decor. What was I thinking?! They are gorgeous and I knew I just had to incorporate them this Fall.
Also, just a side note, but isn’t this cast iron fireplace cover beautiful?! Such an amazing original detail to have in our home. (This post contains affiliate links.)
I got this wooden crate for an amazing deal at a local antique store. At the time I got it, I had no idea what I was going to use it for, but I just had to get it.
I love the detail on this vintage bottle.
Then, this Fall leaf in the background is a printable I got from A Night Owl Blog. I already had the frame and it instantly became free art to bring some height to the space.
I also used vintage spools I already had to bring more height to the glass bottles.
I wanted to add some sort of floral element to the Fall mantel and decided that wheat and baby’s breath would be the perfect combination.
I think it looks great in the vintage seltzer bottle crate if I do say so myself.
This mantel doesn’t necessarily scream Fall, but I wanted to do something a little different this season. I tend to be more simple when it comes to my home decor and this really fits my aesthetic. The purple bottles on the mantel just really pops and I love the use of vintage and rustic elements. Be sure to join us next week to see more of both our homes!