Rose Gold Christmas Mantel and Hearth Decor creates a lovely focal point for a room. Combine rose gold ribbon and ornaments with lighted greenery for a festive mantel! Often, I have the same look for our mantel and hearth, but this year, I swapped out the oversized gold ornaments and used sprigs, a lantern, rose gold ornaments and ribbon, and a couple of faux mini trees to create a new look.
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On the first day we shared a DIY Horse Head Wreath
On the second day we shared a DIY Recipe Card Holder Hostess Gift.
On the third day we shared a Christmas Countdown Ornament.
On the fourth day we shared Buckets of Snow Ornaments.
On the fifth day we shared Buttered Rum Glazed Pecans.
On the sixth day we shared a DIY Wood Slice Deer Ornament.
It’s Day 7 and we are sharing Holiday Decor Ideas!
The idea for changing the look of the mantel this year started when I spotted these mini trees at Michaels a few weeks ago. They were on sale for half off, so that made the decision to buy them easy. I added a gold rose wired ribbon bow around each tree.
The trees are on both ends of the mantel and the rose gold ribbon is continued down the length of the lighted garland along the sides.
I used this lantern for my Thanksgiving decor. For a Christmasy look, I added a sprig of frosted berries and used large red pine cones on either side. Tapered red candles in small candle holders are nestled into the lighted garland.
Frosted berry floral picks are placed on either side of the lantern.
We haven’t used our fireplace for a fire in years. Instead, it’s decorated year round with seasonal items. For Christmas, I added lighted garland, pine cones, and a metal star from the Dollar Tree to a wire basket.
On the hearth, I added a gold sleigh filled with presents. The presents were purchased at Old Time Pottery last season and the sleigh I’ve had for a few years.
While I changed the look of the mantel, I still have my kneeling Santa on the hearth. I have an assortment of Santas and this is one of my favorites.
On the mirror above the mantel, I usually have a fresh wreath that I add a string of battery operated lights to. I guess I procrastinated this year because when I went to buy one, I couldn’t find one in Charleston. So, for now, I added a plain greenery wreath that I embellished with clusters of rose gold ornaments that I found at Michaels. More of the rose gold ribbon is used to add small bows around the wreath and to make a large bow for hanging. A rose gold poinsettia is glued to the top of the wreath. I’m really missing that fresh wreath, though. I’m hopeful the stores will re-stock.
Update: I found a full, lush fresh wreath for the mantel. It’s so much prettier than the artificial one!
I’m enjoying the new look for this holiday season. I’m using lots of rose gold accents in my Christmas decor, including for the formal dining tablescape that I’ll be sharing soon.Rose Gold Accents adorn a Christmas Mantel and Hearth for lovely Christmas decor. #Christmasdecor #ChristmasMantelDecor #12DaysofChristmasIdeas #MantelandHearthdecor Click To Tweet
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