Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Family Room Christmas Mantle

Thought I'd share my family room mantel decor with y'all today.
I usually have a Santa collection and lots of greens on the mantle,
but this year I've been inspired with simple white and grey.

Just a few pops of red and green
in my wild and woodsy wreath.

Love this white washed star
and cookie scented candle in a mason jar. 

Added a few berries to my little cement potted plant.
Those frosted leaves fit right in.

The show stopper is this 4 foot board I designed
for our church community nativity event.
The event displayed nativities from around the world, a live nativity, kid crafts, and musical performances. 
We made several boards and had them up around the church
next to each area that had an activity.
The wording is in silver vinyl on a white painted pine board with stained edges.

This simple modern white nativity is perfect for this mantle.

Last year I scored big on these white stockings
on clearance at Pottery Barn.
Just had them monogrammed 
and can't wait for Santa to fill them this year!

I always pick up a large poinsettia to have in our home.
We have a lot of advents around the house. 
This one has a surprise behind each door. 


Hope you enjoyed this mini tour of our mantle.
Nice and simple this year.
Happy decorating at your house.


  1. Your mantle is lovely! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  2. It's all really beautiful. I love your sign and that grey star. The little bit of greenery and red berries is just enough colour. Very classy indeed!

    1. Thank you Julia! I'm really happy with how it all came together.

  3. This is so beautiful! I love the soft colors you pulled together - thanks for sharing with Party in PJs!

    1. Thanks Linda! I'm really into these neutral colors with a little splash of red and green right now.

  4. Such a great mantel and decorated with a lot of love! My favourite has got to be the whitewashed star - loads of rustic charm. Thanks for sharing :)

    1. That star is one of my favorites too! And something you can leave up all year long.


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