Sharing my holiday mantel featuring a brass mirror, garland & candlesticks
This year my mantel is all about greenery, twinkly lights and brass, and I’m loving it!
The best part?
It is super easy to recreate!
Sharing how to create a simple Christmas mantel, along with everything I used, below.
1. a new brass mirror
For the past several of years we have had artwork hanging above our fireplace.
This year when I was planning out my mantel, I wanted it to be simple with just candles and greenery.
And of course, I envisioned a brass mirror tying everything together.
I couldn’t be happier with our new Mirror! Bonus- it is 25% off today!
2. garland & lights
A simple Christmas mantel starts with simple greenery.
I zip-tied the 2, 6-foot garlands together and then layered in the cedar garland on top, so it looks like one.
Next, I added in 1 strand of white lights, weaving it through the greenery.
3. brass candleholders
Next, I added in (4) of these Brass Pillar Candleholders.
And these Flameless Real-Wax Candles.
Lastly, I added in our stockings.
We’ve had these Quilted Velvet Stockings for a few years now, and I love them. You can order them with or without personalization!
This year I added these Brass Stocking Holders, which work really well with our wood mantel (and of course the rest of the brass!)
You can shop my favorite holiday decor, along with everything I’m using in my home this year in my Holiday Shop here.
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.