This fireplace mantel is ready for spring! Fresh greenery and neutral colors create a gorgeous spring mantel that can be enjoyed all season.

In the spirit of warmer, spring-like weather, I’m excited to be joining up with a group of my awesome friends to share our farmhouse spring mantel for the Decorate Your Mantel: Spring Edition Blog Hop. Be sure to take a peek at their beautiful mantels at the end of the post. You can check out the rest of my spring home tour here!

Are you guys as ready for spring as I am? I’m really surprised because I usually like winter. I mean, is it really ever “winter” in southeast Texas, though? I guess I should say that I like the “cooler” weather.

Anyway, this year I am ready for leave-the-windows-open-all-day weather. We’ve had a few days of that already, but mother nature can’t seem to make up her mind about what season it is around here, as we’ve experienced another cold snap this week. Blah.

I always love changing up the mantel with the seasons/holidays, and this year did not disappoint!I wanted to create something fresh and not too theme-y. My goal was to focus on spring as a whole and not just limit it to Easter bunnies and eggs, etc. I brought in fresh greenery and worked with neutral colors to carry it through the entire season.

farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating

I like to shop my home for items first and then grab the extras I’m missing from the store. It really helps to keep the cost down, which is always a plus. You’d be really surprised at what you’ve already got on hand and how you can work it around to create a beautiful vignette.

farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating

If you don’t know about the fresh eucalyptus from Trader Joe’s, get your booty there now! It smells SO good! I split one bundle between the two glass bottles and hung the other one from my shower head. Heaven, I tell ya! The bathroom smells glorious, and showers are now a spa-like experience. I may have to buy eucalyptus every week.

Seriously, don’t sleep on the Trader Joe’s eucalyptus! It cost $1.99 for a decent sized bundle. $1.99! We walked out of there with two bundles of eucalyptus and a jar of cookie butter for less than $7. The cookie butter is worthy of its own post.

farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating

Candles and mantels go together like peanut butter and jelly. Sand and sun. Johnny and June. They’re just made for each other.

farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating

I love using books as decor and I had a few hardbacks laying around gathering dust, so I covered them with brown butcher paper.

Truth: There a few vintage books in there but most of them are random ones, including some about budgeting, a few motivational books, and even a Bible. Of course I couldn’t leave out the beloved Pride & Prejudice.

farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating
farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating
farmhouse spring mantel / spring mantel decorating

I love how light and bright everything is. The pops of green are my favorite.

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The spring mantel inspiration doesn’t stop here! Be sure to browse through the rest of the ladies’ mantels to gather ideas for your home. Don’t be afraid to take a few days to play around with you decor and edit it to your liking. Most of all, have fun with it!


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  1. Hi Sarah,
    I love your fireplace makeover. I’m going to redo my fireplace based on what you did. Can you please tell me how wide your fireplace is? How wide is your mantle? Did you make the mantle or did you buy a mantle kit?
    I found the stone at Lowe’s.
    Hoping for a reply. Love your style.

    Thanks, Susan

    1. Hi, Susan! We actually don’t live in that house anymore and I don’t have the measurements of the fireplace or mantel. I’m so sorry! I do have a few posts on how we made over the fireplace, including how we changed up the pre-existing floating mantel. You can check them out here. I hope that helps. Please reach out if you have any further questions, and I’d love to see your finished fireplace!

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