A Fresh And Easy Spring Mantel And Hearth

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A Fresh And Easy Spring Mantel And Hearth || Worthing CourtPin

Sometimes, I like to go over the top when decorating my mantel and hearth – especially for fall and Christmas.  But, after the excesses of Christmas, I’m ready to calm things down for the winter and then create a fresh new look for spring.   Even better if my spring mantel will be able to carry me all the way through the summer!  😀

A fresh farmhouse style spring fireplace || Worthing CourtPin

Since our family room is so open to our kitchen and breakfast area, I decided to use the same color scheme on my fireplace that I used on the open shelves in my breakfast area this spring – mainly black, white and green.

An easy farmhouse style spring fireplace || Worthing CourtPin

I get inspired by the craziest things sometimes.  See that black metal piece on the mantel with the glass bottles in it?  I don’t know what it’s original use was, but I picked that thing up at a thrift store and knew right away what I would do with it!  Thus began the hunt for clear glass bottles that would fit in the middle, between the pieces of metal.  Luckily I found some at the same thrift store and picked up quite a few more on clearance at a retail store.  

 Simple faux greenery in glass bottles make easy spring decor || Worthing CourtPin

I still kept my shutters and hanging wood/metal architectural piece to use for the backdrop.  Click HERE for a link to where I purchased the architectural piece.

A Fresh And Easy Spring Mantel And Hearth || Worthing CourtPin

I opened up the glass fireplace doors for the photos because they have so much reflection in them.  But, that left me with a big ole black hole, which I chose to partially cover with a faux boxwood wreath.  Too many wreaths, you think???  I kind of like the look and may rehang the wreath once I close the doors up again.

An easy farmhouse style spring mantel and hearth || Worthing CourtPin

Speaking of wreaths, click HERE for the step-by-step tutorial for making a moss covered wreath just like this one.  Easy!

Easy to make moss covered wreath || Worthing CourtPin

I picked up a few vintage spindles at a local barn sale recently and used them to fill a basket on one end of the hearth.

A Fresh And Easy Spring Mantel And Hearth || Worthing CourtPin

On the other end of the hearth, I brought in one of the wire lanterns that I had been using in the planters on my front porch.

A Fresh And Easy Spring Mantel And Hearth || Worthing CourtPin

Now that I’ve completed my spring decorating, I’m ready for the temps to get just a little bit warmer!  How about you?

A fresh and easy farmhouse style spring fireplace || Worthing CourtPin

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  1. Can’t wait for the wreath tutorial!!!! Everything looks great, as usual!

    1. The best Spring mantle ever!!
      Simple yet elegant. Thumbs up! Yay!

  2. Very nice! The simple design makes a nice statement!

  3. Love all the greenery, simple and fresh! Really love your thrift store find! It’s perfect under your architectural piece. I always have to do a “second tour” of your home to make sure I have not missed anything! Thx for sharing!

  4. Lycinda Yount says:

    Looks fresh and ready for spring. I am a wreath lover and I feel you can never have too many wreaths! I just love how you have a way of combining items that look so go together. You have a beautiful home. I look forward to your posts every morning to start my day.Thanks for sharing.

  5. I love your spring mantel and how it complements your kitchen and dining area. Could you please comment where you purchased the blue end table next to the chair by your mantel? That is exactly what I am l trying to find for my living area.

    1. Hi Julie. I found that little table at a local home decor store many years ago. It was originally olive green, but I gave it a makeover with Annie Sloan’s chalkpaint in Napoleonic Blue.

  6. Love seeing your subtle changes! There’s nothing wrong with continuing to tweak all through Spring and Summer. I find myself sometimes changing things up just a day before I plan to change them out for the season — that’s why I take photos of my mantle and tabletop decor so I can refer back to arrangements I particularly liked and can recreate next year.

  7. Your mantel looks great. I love all the greenery that is in the stores. I have a hard time deciding what to buy. All the wreaths are beautiful also.

  8. Carol B Jones says:

    Delightful…Fresh, light and airy.

  9. Love your mantle. Waiting to create the moss wreath.

  10. So beautiful! I love your decorating style. I’m going to steal some ideas from you!

  11. Carol Elkins says:

    I’ve always loved how you decorate your mantel and this is no exception. I love the boxwood wreath that you hung in front of your fireplace doors.

  12. Love the uncluttered look

  13. Really pretty, Suzy. I like both wreaths… but, I think I have a thing for wreaths, too! I’ll have to look at the bottle holder up close on my phone, unless you feel so inclined to add a closeup here (hint, hint, wink, wink!) I think I need to rethink the flowers in the bottles that are on my wall.

    1. I got the hint, Julie! LOL I can’t post a picture here in the comments, but if you’ll send a request to worthingcourtblog.com, I’ll send one to you.

  14. Hi Suzy Your decor is just simply gorgeous! Can you tell me where you got the basket the spindles are in? I have been shopping around for one to put forsythia in and hang on my door!

    1. Hi Janet. I found that basket at a local barn sale. I’ve seen similar hanging baskets at World Market, but they aren’t quite as tall.

  15. Anne Marie says:

    Beautiful room – you are amazing!

  16. bostondaphne says:

    I love your taste and style. It has given me lots of ideas and I appreciate the links as to where to purchase. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  17. Pretty and refreshing!

  18. I love your mantle….simply lovely! 😉

  19. So, so pretty. I love the understated colors and the various objects are so compatible. Great job!