Hi Sandra,I love the one with the red wall...I have seen it before and actually printed it out to put in my "do someday book." When (that's a big when) we move to the country that is what I want my wall behind my fireplace to look like. :) Hope you are having a great week!Robin~♥
Yes the mantels are done, but neither as elaborate as some of these gorgeous mantels!I'd have to say the one I like best is the lodgey one, with the stone fireplace and red wall.
Wow. Number 5 is striking. I have often heard designers say to go with a theme--and this definitely is running with it. Now, why didn't I think of that?Thanks for visiting my blog too! I am so happy to have discovered your blog. I wish I remembered what path led me here. I'd like to add you to my blog roll too!
No. 6 knocks me out! I am loving the simple mantle and the over the top penquins. Debbie
I like 8 and 9. Thats how I would decorate my mantel if I had one.. Still waiting for the hubby to build me one..
Great mantle ideas! My last house didn't have a mantle over the fireplace, so in the new house I'm planning on at least four!! joan
Well Sandra, I wish I had a mantle! I think that these ideas could look really great on a bookshelf... so I've got hope!Love the pictures you compiled.Katie
So is your tree up and the mantel decorated yet? I thought sure it was time to see pictures. :)Love all the mantels. Mine is silver and white this year in the LR. So I am loving any of them that are like that. This year anyway. Donna
Oooh....lots of pretty ones, for sure. Did you get snow?Hope you have a Merry Christmas!
Love all the mantels!! We have a fun giveaway of a target gift card today with the AHA for go red! A little early Christmas gift!blessings,kari & kijsa
the second picture - yummmm!!!!!
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