Hey friends are you ready to learn how to decorate your summer mantle like a pro with me today? I am so excited to be springing into my summer mantle with you. I always try and share a little before each season. This way you have ample time to get your wheels turning, and ideas about how you want to decorate.
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I’m delighted to be participating in the 2021 Spring Into Summer Home Tour hosted by @frenchcreekfarmhouse. I hope you’ll visit all of the amazing bloggers in this tour! You can find links to all of their homes at the bottom of my blog post today.
I wanted to do something a little different this year. You all know how much I love lemon decor and I wanted that to show in my summer mantle. My inspiration obviously being yellow, green, and white tones. I always try and incorporate a little wood into pretty much anything I do.
The first thing I did was add a fern garland to the front of the mantle. I inserted a few lemons cut off a lemon bush, throughout the mantle. I found a lemon garland but I decoded to save that for a different space, stay tuned!
I have been collecting vintage green bottles, and they surer came in handy for this mantle theme. Here are a few vintage ones I found online. Just in case you have been on the hunt for some 1, 2, and 3. Aren’t these yellow berry pom stems so much fun? Such a great texture to add to the space.
I found this yellow floral cloche at Kohl’s last year. It may be in stock in your area but it is a clearance item now online.
This Milk Glass Hobnob Mason Jar, White Opaque Glass Vintage Canning Jar is one of my favorite thrifting finds. I just added a few white flowers to break up all the yellow. How adorable are the milk glass vases I sprinkled in?
Can we just take a. minute to appreciate this custom wooden sign from my friend April @simplyinspireddesignco. She made this custom railroad sign for our little city of Portage, PA. Check out all of her gorgeous signs on her website.
Lemons to me scream summer, and the bright yellow tones, just add cheer to any space. I hope you enjoyed learning how to decorate your summer mantle like a pro today with me!
Be sure to head over to each of the ladies in the tours blogs today and see their spaces.