Christmas Mantel

Today,  I’m sharing my Christmas mantel.   I used the same dahlia florals as found on my Christmas tree and added some flocked winter evergreens to the arrangement.  The evergreens give it a soft and pretty Christmas look that can be used all winter long.

Christmas Mantel

The fullness and color of these Dahlias are beautiful and help to make the mantel standout in the room.

Christmas Mantel

I centered this pretty lantern and worked the florals and evergreens around it.  The lantern flower arrangement provides interest on the mantel and helps in anchoring the room.  The design is simple, yet elegant and adds just enough of color to compliment the Christmas tree also in the room.

Christmas Mantel

I love the look of my Christmas decor this year.  I wanted a soft, graceful and charming appearance to my home.  The daintiness of the dahlias used on my mantel and Christmas tree help in achieving this.

Christmas Mantel You can’t go wrong with the use of florals in your home.  It’s one of the easiest ways to getting that just right elegance in your designs.

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I hope you enjoyed my “Christmas Mantel” post today!
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2 thoughts on “Christmas Mantel

  1. I love the beautiful, fresh colours you have used here, and what a lovely lantern! Sharing on the H&S Facebook page later today. Thank you so much for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party. Hope to see you at the Christmas edition of the party which starts on Sunday 23rd December!

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