Wood Fireplace Mantels Wooden fireplace mantels allow for a variety of different finishes. The human eye likes to look at symmetrical images. Try shopping at your local thrift store or estate sales to find vintage pieces that feature brass or metal construction.
This display, created by Roxanne Cave for the Fairmont Chateau Whistler in Whistler, British Columbia, skips the evergreen shoots and poinsettias, but not the seasonal feel. Email to a Friend. Stained or wood-finished mantels can be used to create a rustic look and feel to your home.
Keep in mind: Erin Cochran. Snowflake candleholders, decorations and scrapbook-paper snowflakes make Gina Martello's mantel a charming display. Stone fireplace mantels are another great option that can help set the stage for a more modern and contemporary space.
This includes her husband and two active boys. Head outside to get inspired by the evergreen trees, berry-filled shrubs or even dead branches in your yard.
And nothing says "home" quite like a well decorated fireplace mantel. Beaded icicle garland and snowflake ornaments add cool whimsical touches to this warm display.
Photo courtesy of Vista Verde Guest Ranch. Hey, that's two fireplace surround ideas already! Here is smart plan to ensure that you place all of your pieces exactly where you want them, the first time. An empty wooden frame creates the perfect backdrop for the arrangement's centerpiece — a large shimmering star from Pier 1. Crystal spheres, shimmering snowflakes and delicate white flowers shooting from etched-silver pots add up to create a warm and wintry fireplace focal point.
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She enjoys expressing her creativity in a variety of projects at work, home, and on her farm. Drawing inspiration from her favorite winter activities, Liz created a colorful scene on a chalkboard actually a very old piece of slate.
They welcome you, convey warmth, and display the items you love. Charred American Oak. Create a base of winter greenery and lights, then layer on the Christmas. These range from paint to stain, to clear coated wood.
It is easy to lose small or short photographs, behind larger candles and flowers. Decorator Erin Cochran uses the minimalist shelving of her midcentury-modern home as a staging ground for her fireplace finery. If your room features a large amount of white — walls, fireplace mantel, flooring, etc.