I always get so excited for a new season and spring is one of my favorites! Today, as part of the Seasonal Simplicity Spring Series, we’re sharing our spring mantles and vignettes. So many beautiful spring spaces, so make sure to visit everyone on the tour listed at the end of this post. Deciding how I’m going to decorate my mantle is one of the first things I think about as it’s such a focal point in our living room. If you saw my Fresh and Floral Spring Table last week, you’ll notice that I’m carrying over a very similar feel to my mantle. Some items on my mantle remain static and others I switch out as the season changes. Excited to share my Light and Neutral Spring Mantle and how you can easily recreate a similar look in your home!
I wanted this spring mantle to be light, neutral and fresh which is the overall theme to my spring decor this year. We’ve had a very grey, rainy winter here in Vancouver and I think I’m just craving things light and bright. You’ll notice the pillar candle holders from previous mantles, but I added a collection of pretty pink vases next to them for spring.
Grouping similar items together, but in different sizes and textures, will give your mantle a cohesive but interesting look. Here’s a little sneak peek of a sweet garland DIY I’ll be sharing a little later this spring! A simple DIY is a great way to add a personal touch to your seasonal decor. Over on the other end of the mantle, I filled this neutral vase with a single pink tulip. I love the simplicity of a single bloom!
These light wooden frames are a new addition and so is the lovely botanical watercolor art. Their delicate shape and soft green color are a perfect fit for my spring mantle. Switching out artwork is one of the easiest ways to update your home for a new season. Stay tuned to see where I’ve styled the third print in my home on my upcoming home tour next week!
You can see a few more of my spring touches sprinkled throughout the living room here. Excited to show you how I carried this same theme to my upstairs landing and master bedroom next week!
Thanks for stopping by today, hope you enjoyed my Light and Neutral Spring Mantle. Now tell me, what will you be adding to your spring mantle? Tomorrow I’ve got a spring dessert for you that looks fancy but is a total cinch to prepare!!
Today I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Spring Mantel (or vignettes) with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.
Simple Pink Spring Mantel Decor (with free printables) at The Happy Housie How to Style Kitchen Shelves for Spring at Cassie Bustamante Propagating Pothos as Simple Spring Mantel Decor at Grace in My Space Spring Mantel Decor Trends at Hallstrom Home Spring Bulb Centrepieces at Craftberry Bush
Early Spring Mantel at Finding Silver Pennies How to Decorate Your Mantel for Spring at Modern Glam Simple Spring Flower Mantel at Tatertots and Jello A Traditional Spring Table Vignette at Sincerely, Marie Designs Farmhouse Style Decor Idea for Spring at She Gave it a Go
Minimalist Spring Mantel Decor at Cherished Bliss Neutral Spring Mantel at Two Twenty One Serene Living Room and Mantel at House by Hoff Seasonal Simplicity Spring Mantel at Willow Street Interiors Butterfly Spring Mantel at Life is a Party
Spring Vignettes & a Hyacinth Printable at Deeply Southern Home Free Spring Coffee Bar Printable at My Sweet Savannah How to Decorate for Spring for Free at This is Our Bliss Easy Spring Decorating in the Living Room at Maison de Cinq Spring Mantel with Large Floral Art at Place of My Taste