This eucalyptus mantel is simple, elegant, and smells heavenly
I gotta be honest. This eucalyptus mantel is probably my favorite Christmas mantle yet. It’s delightfully simple but still full of Christmas spirit. I love that it’s neutral so that I could really let the eucalyptus wreath and garland take center stage on the mantel.
This post isn’t sponsored but I was gifted a wonderful PR package from Williams Sonoma. They reached out to me to see if I wanted anything from the new Jeff Leatham collection. Jeff Leatham is an American designer mostly known for his grand floral arrangements for celebrities and luxury hotels. I checked out his new collection and fell in love with a few of the wreaths and garlands.
Williams Sonoma sent me 1 Winter Faux 26 inch wreath and 2 of the 6′ winter faux garlands. I added the garlands and did an asymmetrical design. Both the wreath and garland are made of two kinds of eucalyptus, juniper, and olive trees. It’s super full and lovely. I did let it dry and air it out on the patio for a few days after I opened the box.
I kept the mantel simple on top with a few antique lucite and brass candle holders and some vintage books. I’ve been bringing out these cute photo ornaments for years and hang them over the stockings. To keep the stocking hung, I just add command hooks on top of the mantel.
Do you see the different variations in the wreath and garland? It’s really beautiful. I added some strips of green velvet ribbon to one side of the garland and on top of the wreath.
The large antique framed mirror is a nice contrast and backdrop to all the green.
On Thursday, I’ll be sharing a blog hop with some talented friends and sharing our Christmas trees. I can’t wait to share it with you!
Mantel is painted in Sherwin Williams Peppercorn. If you’re looking for a similar inexpensive garland, here’s one that’s thinner so you can layer them over each other with another one like this garland.
I hope this provides some inspiration as you decorate your own mantels this season.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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