Immerse your home in the warmth of autumn with 70 distinct and captivating fall fireplace mantel decor ideas. From rustic elegance to whimsical charm, discover handpicked inspirations that will transform your fireplace into an enchanting seasonal masterpiece. Unleash your creativity and embrace the cozy magic of fall. #FallMantelDecor
Are you ready to embrace the charm of fall in every corner of your home? Let’s start by gathering around the heart of your living space—the fireplace mantel.
With autumn leaves falling and a cozy vibe in the air, it’s the perfect time to deck out your mantel with the spirit of the season. We’ve got a treasure trove of 70 fall fireplace mantel decor ideas that’ll warm up your home and infuse it with the magic of fall.
Whether you’re a minimalist or a maximalist, a traditionalist or a trendsetter, we’ve got a little something for everyone. So, grab a pumpkin spice latte and join us as we explore the art of turning your mantel into a breathtaking canvas of autumn beauty.
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70 Fall Fireplace Mantel Decor Ideas
Fire farmers fireplace
A stained wood mantle completes a floor-to-ceiling fireplace made of masonry that has been painted white. There is a wood-framed wall sign on the mantel. For the farmhouse fall fireplace decor, white and orange pumpkins on brass lanterns are employed.
With gold-framed mirrors and white brick, the fireplace
A white, limewashed brick fireplace with white trim is surrounded by tiny, tan and white pumpkins. Brass candlesticks and green book decorations are used to decorate the white mantel. Above the mantel are mounted mirrors with gold filigree.
Stained Wood Mantel
Autumnal fireplace decorations are displayed in orange, brown, and green on a white brick fireplace with stained wood trim. Sit in the armchairs from the living room, which feature white and gray striped upholstery, and take in the scene.
White Stone Fireplace with Autumn Fireplace
With its simple autumn fireplace decor, this white stone fireplace steals the show. Throw cushions in beige to match perfectly with the gold fireplace screen. Add a gold-framed mirror and a painting that is perched on the mantel to match the gold screen.
Stone Black Fireplace Mantel with Fall
A stone fireplace with a black mantel is decorated for fall. An elaborate fireplace screen and a pewter fireplace accessory set to contrast the black. A woven basket, fabric pumpkins in various shapes and sizes, and rustic signage make up the decor.
OVERFLOWING FOLIAGE FIREPLACE
This tiny brick fireplace looks so lovely with the fall foliage draped over it.
Take note of the stacked pictures and frames, as well as the lovely accent colors of orange that bring everything together.
SIMPLE STONE FALL MANTLE DECOR
Source: Bower Power
It’s not necessary to overdo it to include sophisticated and traditional fall fashion. In this design, little accents of fall color and a gorgeous stretched banner simply do the task!
Hello Fall Foliage
Fall Foliage Garland
Fall Branch Foliage
Fall Give Thanks Mantel from Adventures in Decorating
Farmhouse Fall DIY Mantel from Confessions of a Plate Addict
Fall Farmhouse Mantel Decor from Clean Living Clean Eating
Fall Leaves Banner from Sondra Lyn
Modern Farmhouse Mantle & Garlands
Autumn Cool Vibes
Burlap Fall Banner (source unknown)
Give Thanks Mantel (source unknown)
Thanksgiving Mantel from The Seasonal Home
Country Home Fireplace
DIY Fall Mantel from My Blessed Life
Fall Fresh Mantel Decor from Landeelu
Thanksgiving Mantel Decor from The Lily Pad Cottage
Adding Fall Touches in the Living Room at House by Hoff
Simple Fall Mantel Decor at Maison de Cinq
My Fall Mantel: Tips for Creating a Cozy & Inviting Space at Life is Better at Home
Cozy Farmhouse Mantel Decor for Fall at She Gave it a Go
Fall Apple Orchard
Raise your hand if you think of apple orchards when you think of fall! I can’t get enough of this wonderful apple orchard sign hanging above the mantel, I know I do. When Lize Marie adorned her fireplace mantel for the fall, she took every consideration.
Forget The Candles Not
As you can see, lighting the space with candles is a great way to add light and make it look even more inviting. If you adore traditional fall hues, you’ll appreciate Christina’s suggestion from The Thrifty Homemaker. She demonstrates how you can have a significant influence without shelling out a lot of cash.
We are shown how to add a few items to create a gorgeous fall fireplace decor by Becca from Adventures in Decorating. She bought several cheap farmhouse-style vases and put assorted leaves and sticks in them. The outcome is wonderful!
Simple Fireplace Mantel Decor
The Fields demonstrates how to incorporate a hint of fall without going overboard. Sometimes keeping it simple is preferable to going all out. Hence, if you favor a simple decorating style, this is for you. They decorated the mantel with little pumpkins of all sizes, and it looked lovely.
Mason Jar Style
This mantel’s design and aesthetics are gorgeous, in my opinion. Mason jars were utilized, and Kara from Clean Living Clean Food painted them an off-white tint. Then I added some lovely maize, leaves, and sunflowers. Isn’t it beautiful how it looks?
Wheat in a coffee pot, a piece of an old barn door, an old shutter, and a fall-leaf wreath
A wide framed mirror, pumpkins on stands, a vase with a bouquet of autumn leaves, and a wreath
pumpkins, a piece of pallet board, a faux leaf wreath, and a chalkboard
Modern pumpkins are displayed with foliage, buntings, and vases made from Mason jars.
little pumpkins with a mural with strong graphics
a fabric wall decoration and a fake mantel with pumpkins
pumpkins that are naturally orange, a wheat wreath, and a framed mirror
artificial pumpkins, framed twig wreaths, and a deer head
Wheat, a fall wreath, a tiny pumpkin, and burlap bunting on a stump
pumpkins in cloches, a feather wreath, and antique statues
Bunting, fake foliage, and chalkboards
Cindy from DIY Beautify did a fantastic job decorating her fireplace with all the rustic autumnal accents. I adore how she used a statement sign and some dried flowers and pumpkins to encircle it to create a simple fall mantel display.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate Angie’s faux-rural fireplace mantel from Postcards on the Ridge? What a unique idea to bring a little bit of autumn to an outside patio!
As Kim from Salvaged Living did when she utilized low-tech repurposed glass amber bottles of various heights to hold dried floral stems for a stunning golden fall effect.